Mesotherapy injections are a cosmetic procedure that involves injecting a customized cocktail of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other active ingredients into the middle layer of the skin. This treatment is designed to rejuvenate the skin, address specific concerns, and improve its overall appearance.

How It Works:

During a mesotherapy session, a series of small injections are administered directly into the targeted area of the skin. The combination of ingredients used in the injection can vary based on the individual's skin type and concerns. These substances aim to stimulate collagen production, improve blood circulation, and encourage cellular repair, leading to smoother, firmer, and more radiant skin.

Injection Frequency:

The frequency of mesotherapy injections varies depending on the specific treatment plan and the desired results. Typically, an initial series of treatments may be recommended, often spaced a few weeks apart. After the initial series, maintenance sessions might be suggested every few months to sustain the benefits.

Side Effects:

Common side effects of mesotherapy injections can include temporary redness, swelling, and bruising at the injection sites. These effects usually subside within a few days after the procedure. Infection is a potential risk if proper hygiene and sterilization procedures are not followed.

It's important to note that the efficacy and safety of mesotherapy depend on factors such as the skill of the practitioner, the choice of ingredients, and the individual's skin type. As with any cosmetic procedure, it's advisable to have mesotherapy injections performed by a qualified and experienced medical professional in a controlled and sterile environment.

Before considering mesotherapy, individuals should consult with one of our providers to discuss their goals, potential risks, and whether this treatment is suitable for their specific needs.