Mesotherapy is a medical treatment technique based on the application of a cocktail of active ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, base cofactors, and hyaluronic acid into the skin and sometimes subcutaneous adipose tissue by the physician with the help of a needle. This method was found and developed by the French doctor Michel Pistor in 1952. The main purpose of this technique is to apply the necessary therapeutic substances only to the problem area and in small amounts that can be treated.
Mesotherapy in Aesthetic Medicine
Preventing skin aging,
Replacing the water loss of the skin,
removal of stains,
Scope of application
Arms and legs.
The physician prepares a cocktail of the necessary ingredients according to the needs of the person and applies the content into the skin with the help of very fine needles. A mesotherapy session takes an average of 15-25 minutes.
Number of Sessions
Mesotherapy sessions require a treatment regimen that starts with once a week, then continues at monthly intervals and at intervals determined by the physician according to the results.
Microinjections may cause slight redness of the skin and sometimes small subcutaneous bruises. But the redness disappears shortly after the procedure, and the bruises disappear in 7-10 days.