With mesotherapy and filling techniques (PRP) you can have a renewed, smooth and fleshy skin.
Mesotherapy is the direct application of pharmacological substances to the area to be treated by diluting.
Introduced by Pistor in 1958, the use of mesotherapy is increasing in aesthetic dermatology and other fields.
Conditions of use
Mesotherapy is used in many areas such as cellulite, removing fat, regional thinning, skin rejuvenation, lifting, stain, and hair loss treatment. It is also applied to relieve musculoskeletal problems such as joint, muscle, tendon, and low back pain. It has also been used in the treatment of asthma and tinnitus (tinnitus).
Pharmacological substances used in mesotherapy are mixtures containing natural plant extracts, homeopathic agents, drugs, vitamins, and other bioactive substances. Mesotherapy solutions are usually prepared in the form of cocktails. These substances are injected intradermally and subcutaneously in very small amounts and varying concentrations. Thus, while increasing the local effect, systematic side effects are prevented.
Hair loss: The target in hair mesotherapy is to reduce shedding, and to increase hair growth and quality of hair. For this purpose, mixtures of vasodilator (vasodilator) agents, trace elements, vitamins, and amino acids are used.
Face and neck rejuvenation (biorejuvenation): The first signs of aging mostly appear on the face and neck. Aging is a complex process with many factors and the mechanism of action of which is not fully known. Sun exposure, gravity, smoking, alcohol consumption, air pollution, stress, and bad eating habits can be given as examples of factors that accelerate aging. Lifting effect and rejuvenation are the main goals in the face and neck mesotherapy. For this reason, the definition of mesolift is mostly used for face and neck mesotherapy. With mesotherapy, younger and healthier skin is targeted by fibroblast stimulation and collagen synthesis, tightening, shining, and moisturizing of the skin. Almost all cocktails used for mesolift contain hyaluronic acid. The hyaluronic acids used in mesolift are molecules that do not cross-link and increase the elasticity and moisture level of the skin by filling the gaps and holding water. Multi-vitamins and trace elements are also added to the solutions.
Cellulite and regional thinning mesotherapy: Cellulite is a disease caused by abnormal fat accumulation on the upper part of the membranes called fascia, causing an orange peel appearance on the skin. Cocktails used in cellulite mesotherapy contain substances to increase blood and lymphatic circulation. In order for mesotherapy to be effective in cellulite, it must be combined with appropriate diet and exercise.
Melasma and spot mesotherapy: Melasma is a pigmentation disorder that is mostly seen on sun-exposed parts of the body, especially in Asians. Tranexamic acid, vitamins C, E, A, glutathione, and pyruvic acid are agents used for mesotherapy.
Striae and scar mesotherapy: Striae are mostly light-colored lines on the skin. Scars are hard protrusions that remain on the skin after wound healing. Striae often occur during puberty, pregnancy, obesity, rapid growth, and rapid weight gain or loss. Mesotherapy can be a good solution for removing striae and scars.
When is the response to mesotherapy treatment taken?
Mesotherapy is usually done one week, sometimes two weeks apart. Although the result depends on the severity of the problem, the age of the person, and the skin structure, it can be usually observed after 2-3 sessions.
What are the side effects of mesotherapy?
Redness and bruising may occur at the injection site, which disappears spontaneously in 1-2 days.
What to pay attention to in mesotherapy?
Before and after mesotherapy, blood thinners such as aspirin should not be used. After mesotherapy, the application area should not be touched with water for 10-15 hours, bath and make-up should not be applied, and compelling movements should be avoided for 48 hours. In addition, tight clothing that covers the body should not be worn.
In which cases mesotherapy is not applied?
Care should be taken in pregnant women, nursing mothers, stroke, insulin-dependent diabetes, cancer, coagulation disorders, allergies, and some heart patients.