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The three types of MESOTHERAPY

The three types of  MESOTHERAPY

The key to healthy skin is maintaining adequate hydration and nourishment. The advanced method of skin hydration via Mesotherapy can help. There are three different types of Mesotherapy depending on which areas of the skin you would like treated. 

Adequate water balance together with vitamins and minerals make the skin glow. When dehydrated, skin turns dry, tight and flaky, and this can lead to the appearance of premature wrinkles. Therefore, if your skin is naturally dry and sensitive, it is particularly important to keep it hydrated and nourished. Mesotherapy is the answer for those looking to maintain a youthful appearance of their skin, but won’t be suitable for individuals whose skin has already aged beyond a certain point.

Hydration is crucially important for individuals working long hours in air conditioned or over heated spaces. Excessive alcohol and lack of sleep can also have a huge impact on how your skin looks. From experience, you will probably know that no amount of moisturiser will take away that dull, sunken appearance. A rich cream may reduce irritation and dryness, but will not restore that healthy glow.

What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a procedure of making tiny injections into the mesodermal  (from Greek mesos, “middle”) layer of the skin. Each injection consists of ingredients found naturally in the skin, such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins, and minerals. This process promotes the natural glow, hydration, firmness and general rejuvenation of the skin.

The skin.

Our skin is composed of three primary layers: the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis. It is the largest organ in the human body and is 1.3mm thick on average. However, the thickness of the skin varies considerably over all parts of the body, and between men and women. It will also depend on the age of an individual.

Facial Mesotherapy is a great option for anybody, at any age, looking to restore the a healthy look to their face, neck, decolletage and hands.

What is the difference between Dermapen, Deep Mesotherapy and Bio-revitalisation?

Mesotherapy is the general term that includes these three methods. The main difference between them is how the product is delivered into the skin via an injection, and at what depth.

Dermapen

This is a controlled skin damage treatment. It is the best method of Mesotherapy because it addresses two issues at once: delivering the product into the skin, and triggering collagen re-modelling process. This means that you can expect almost immediate and very noticeable results.

progress of mesotherapy by dermapen

The depth of the treatment varies depending on the treated area of the skin, and therefore its thickness. The micro needles of the Dermapen can penetrate from 0.5 mm to 2.0 mm. After the treatment, the face looks bright red but this subsides within 24 – 72 hours. From our customers’ experience, the procedure does not cause any significant discomfort.

Improvement to the skin can be seen fairly quickly. Not only does the skin start to glow, but it also recovers its natural plumpness. Dermapen is also effective at reducing any type of scarring, especially from Acne. Treatment can be done any time of the year, but Dermapen is especially effective during winter months, when our skin is the most stressed.

Deep Mesotherapy

This type of Mesotherapy is an injectable method of delivering natural acids, vitamins and minerals precisely at the point of the Mesodermal layer of the skin where they are most needed. This treatment can be done on any part of the face, neck and hands.

mesotherapy treatment

The aim of mesotherapy in skin rejuvenation is to maintain and restore a healthy and youthful texture. The injection of mesotherapy products promotes skin rejuvenation by increasing the activation of both hydration and fibroblast. Strong lifting is obtained due to newly formed derma fibres, re-establishing skin tone and elasticity.

The results of Mesotherapy are long lasting but require some time to develop – approximately 4-6 weeks. Immediately after the treatment, the face can be slightly swollen and red where injections were done, and this can be an extensive area. Once the injected product activates fully, the skin will look brighter, tighter, fuller and more radiant. Usually, 2-3 sessions are enough to see a lovely result.

Bio-revitalisation

This is another injectable method of Mesotherapy, but aims at shallower layers of the skin where lines first become visible: around eyes, mouth, neck and hands. The product is injected leaving a bubble effect for a few hours. Once the bubbles subside, you can expect to see quick improvement of fine lines and skin hydration.

right after bio-revitalisation
The injection of hyaluronic acid stimulates the skin to start producing sufficient quantities of its own hyaluronic acid. As a result, the skin becomes well moisturised and the appearance of fine lines is greatly diminished.

Of the three, this type of Mesotherapy is the most local. Our patients’ reviews of bio-revitalisation procedure are always positive, as it can deliver fantastic results after just two treatments (3-4 weeks apart). However, bio-revitalisation is suitable for small zones; it cannot treat the whole face.

Not sure which treatment is best for you? No problem, give us a call on 0161 969 4190 or email to therapy@laserina.co.uk for a chat, or to book a FREE consultation.

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