Mesotherapy is a non-surgical medical procedure involving injectable treatments to various parts of the body in order to improve the condition or problem areas. Several important factors relevant to mesotherapy:
Why Choose Mesotherapy?
Combat signs of aging
Mesotherapy produces visible results. It is a respectable alternative to surgical facelifts, liposuction and aggressive skin lightening chemical peels.
The procedure has little to no downtime and supports the normal functions for the skin as well enhancing the skin’s natural repair abilities.
Mesotherapy is highly effective for the following:
Reduction and elimination of wrinkles and fine lines
Elimination of localized and spot fat deposits
Neck and hands bio-revitalization
Hyperpigmentation or age spots
Skin toning and lifting
Skin radiance and
Acne and acne scars
How does mesotherapy work?
This specialized procedure targets problem areas with micro-injections containing small doses of vitamins and minerals. The medicine is chosen based on your clinical diagnosis. The solutions goes into to the skin stimulating your body to makes it’s own collagen.
Mesotherapy as a filler
Hyaluronic acid a natural filler similar to dermal fillers like Restylane is used to fill fine lines, wrinkles, furrows, nasolabial fold, and lip lines. The filling effect is instant with only small, slight red micro-puncture spots as a side-effect.
As we age our skin gets thinner and more dehydrated. The amount of collagen and elastin in the tissue is slowly depleted and wrinkles appear on the face. Low viscosity hyaluronic acid is applied as a support to the withered skin.
- This gives the skin extra moisture and volume – makes it great for dried out skin.
- Encourages the skin to make it’s own collagen
HOW MANY TREATMENTS: Repeated once a month then every three months and then once more after six months. The effect of this treatment lasts up to 2 years.
Mesotherapy as an alternative to Botox
The natural proteins reduces the appearance of wrinkles adn even prevent the formation of new expression lines. A unique synergy for a total smoothing effect with a natural look.
- Safer and more natural replacement for Botox® microinjections
- Reduces expression wrinkles
- Reduces fine lines
How many sessions will I need?
The frequency of the injections – depends on many variables but a minimum of 4-5 sessions a week apart is generally done to achieve response.
Followed by a maintenance period of once a month to once every 3 months.
What are the side effects of Mesotherapy?
Reddening, swelling and/or bruising around the area of the injections.
Is mesotherapy covered by insurance?
Yes, as long as you have Naturopathic coverage. You will be issued an invoice for submission.