• 28 Mar, 2017
  • Hair Restoration Clinic

Invented in the 1950s by a French doctor by the name of Michel Pistor, mesotherapy is becoming an approach with many new innovations. You'll often hear names like MesoGlowTM, MesoPeelTM, MesoBoostTM and lipodissolve. Each is derived from the basic principles of mesotherapy.

Originally, physicians would puncture the skin with a syringe and inject the treatment solution by hand. Though this process is still used in parts of the world, many mesotherapists are now using specially-made machines (called mesotherapy injection guns).

In basic terms, mesotherapy involves injecting a customized cocktail of substances that can include:

• Vitamins

• Minerals

• Medications

• Amino acids

Injection guns are typically hand-held electric instruments that use a tube and needle system. One end is a sterilized needle that is attached to a tube filled with a treatment solution.

Mesotherapy risks are few and far between if dealing with a trained physician. You will likely experience nothing more than bruising. If you do, however, your mesotherapist will be able to help you treat the issue rather quickly.

Mesotherapy is a non-surgical, painless injection technique with a broad range of applications, it promotes the body's circulatory, lymphatic, and immune system to create a biological response and reverse abnormal physiology.

Mesotherapy is a safe and effective alternative for the treatment of cellulite, hair loss (alopecia), and face and neck rejuvenation. Mesotherapy is virtually painless, requires no post-operative recovery time, requires no heavy bandages or girdles, and no anesthesia is necessary.

Uses of Mesotherapy:

- Meso Hair / Hair Re-growth
Alopecia, the loss of hair, affects both men and women. Alopecia results from poor circulation, nutritional imbalances, and the excess of a hormone known as DHT (dihydrotestosterone). Mesotherapy can correct these problems, stimulating the body to naturally grow lost hair.

- MesoGlow Face and Neck Rejuvenation
Aging, sagging and wrinkling of the skin occurs from accumulation of fat, loss of skin elasticity and excessive free radical damage. Using antioxidants and amino acids, mesotherapy can remove free radical damage, and tighten loose skin. The effects rejuvenate the face, eyelids, and neck without the unnatural appearance and painful recovery of surgical face lifting.