In the summer, our Skin suffers from exposure to the sun, and loses its hydration and glow. Therefore, autumn is an ideal season, during which, we can restore any damage and complications that are caused to the Skin from ultraviolet radiation. Thus, nowadays, with the help of mesotherapy, these types of skin damage can be treated very easily and effectively.
Mesotherapy is a widely spread, modern, and scientifically accepted application, which is ideal for the prevention and fighting of aging, dehydration, and relaxation of the skin. It is an injected treatment that should only performed at doctor’s offices and clinics, and although it does not have any major side effects, it should be performed by specialist Dermatologists, in order to be completely safe. It is usually pain-free, does not require any rehabilitation time, and encourages the natural regeneration of the Skin.
With the help of Mesotherapy, we can now employ special techniques to feed the Skin with vitamins, trace elements, hyaluronic acid, peptides, and even stem cells, and thus, help it restore its firmness, hydration, and glow. It is applied to both males and females, and mostly refers to the sun-exposed parts of the body (face, eyebrows, neck, neckline, hands).
Mesotherapy can also be combined perfectly with other Cosmetic Dermatology treatments, such as restoration lasers, implants, chemical peelings, threads, and muscle relaxant toxin, thus enhancing even more the improvement of the appearance of the Skin.
The results of Mesotherapy are immediately visible, from the very first session, while 4-6 sessions with intervals of 2-4 weeks are required to complete the treatment. The attending Dermatologist will recommend the Mesotherapy type, and the injection depth and spots of the materials, in order to be able to achieve an ideal result.
Mesotherapy materials are applied in many ways, according to the experience of each physician, while, ideally, customized treatment protocols are used in line with international standards, for the optimum treatment of each problem, based on specific patient characteristics, such as age, skin phototype, area of the face and body where they are applied, and degree of photoaging.