Mesotherapy is a non-surgical cosmetic medicine treatment. Mesotherapy employs multiple injections of pharmaceutical and homeopathic medications, plant extracts, vitamins, and other ingredients into subcutaneous fat. Mesotherapy injections allegedly target adipose fat cells, apparently by inducing lipolysis, rupture and cell death among adipocytes.
Mesotherapy is a discipline that was developed by Michel Pistor in 1952. It involves painless microinjections into the skin achieving a desired therapeutic result.
Although Mesotherapy has been used extensively in Europe , it has only recently been introduced in the United States . Uses of Mesotherapy include fat and cellulite reduction, control of pain conditions, hair re-growth, weight loss, wrinkle elimination, scar improvement, acne treatment, arthritis and joint problems, sports injuries, stretcmarks, among others.
How does Mesoplasty (Aesthetic/Cosmetic Mesotherapy) Work?
The medications used in Mesoplasty cause shrinkage of fat cells by dissolving fat. The fat is then excreted through the urine and bowels. Mesoplasty can also improve the appearance of cellulite (fibrous bands that tent the skin). Cellulite is reduced by decreasing the size of the trapped fat cells.
Mesoplasty also enhances hair re-growth by improving circulation of the scalp and providing needed nutrition to hair follicles.
The effect of Mesoplasty can be enhanced by eliminating toxins from the diet and maintaining a healthy program of exercise.
How is Mesoplasty (Aesthetic/Cosmetic Mesotherapy) Administered?
A special combination of medications is administered via a specially designed applicator which delivers the medicine painlessly into the skin.
The delivery system used a very fine needle that moves at a high rate of speed leading to painless treatment. The procedure involved a series of these painless injections into the area to be treated. Generally 3-10 treatments are required to achieve the desired result.
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