About mesotherapy

Mesotherapy was first developed in 1952 by Dr. It is a medical procedure for aesthetic purposes developed by Michel Pistor.

It is the process of applying products such as various drugs and vitamins to the meso layer, which is the middle layer of the skin, in the form of microinjection.

The substances to be injected are selected in accordance with the person and purpose.

It is usually administered in the form of small injections at 1-2 cm intervals with a 1cc thin injector and fine needles. Sometimes it can also be done with tools called a Mesotherapy gun, with an injector placed at the end, which automatically injects small amounts of contents more quickly and evenly. There is no difference between the two methods in terms of effectiveness. The procedure can be somewhat painful, so the use of local anesthetic may be necessary beforehand.

The contents of the cocktail used vary according to the nature of the process. If it is to be used for hair loss, many vitamins, substances that increase blood circulation, and products necessary for the nutrition of the hair are prepared in the form of a cocktail or in ready-made vials. If mesotherapy is to be used for cellulite and regional lubrication, fat-burning products are preferred, and if it is to be used for skin rejuvenation, antiaging products are preferred.

The process can take up to 15-30 minutes, after which the return to social life is immediate. Results start in a few days and the effect of 1 session settles in about 1 month, but many treatments require repeated sessions.

After 3-6 sessions, once a year may be necessary.

In which situations is mesotherapy used?


Hair loss

Scar revision (healing of nebbe tissues on the skin, scars)

facial rejuvenation

Local (regional) lubrication

Who is mesotherapy not suitable for?

in pregnant women

Those who have had a stroke

In those with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (diabetes)

in case of cancer

In those with blood coagulation disorders

Mesotherapy is not applied in patients with heart disease requiring multi-drug therapy.

There may be temporary bruises and bruises at the injection site. The substances used do not enter the systemic circulation. Therefore, these problems are temporary.