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Mesotherapy

MesotherapyMesotherapy is a non surgical cosmetic treatment that involves the injection just below the skin of a mixture of vitamins, anti-oxidants and amino acids which has the effect of improving hydration and boosting collagen production.

Slightly different combinations of chemicals are injected depending on what is being treated. Mesotherapy can treat a wide range of problems and the most common ones are as follows:
  

  • Cellulite:
  • Wrinkles.
  • Sagging, ageing skin.
  • Frown lines.

 

Mesotherapy Results:

The aim of Mesotherapy is to improve the appearance of the skin to give a younger, fresher and firmer look. Some people use Mesotherapy to reduce the onset of wrinkles and frown lines whereas others just treat them when they occur. Results vary from one individual to another and depend on the extent of the problem that is being treated. An improvement in appearance is normally noticed after one session but it is generally recommended to have multiple treatments to achieve the optimum results.

 

How Many Treatments of Mesotherapy Do I Need To Have?

One session typically takes around 20 minutes to complete and it is recommended to have the treatment repeated on 4 – 6 occasions, approximately one week apart.

 

Does Mesotherapy Hurt?

It hurts in the same way as any injection would, although the needle is very fine reducing discomfort.

 

Mesotherapy Cost:

The cost of treatment is typically around £120 but you are likely to need around 6 repeat sessions to get the best results. There are various factors that affect the cost of Mesotherapy and they are as follows:

 

  • Extent of the treatment: You will pay more if your skin is in particularly poor condition as more treatment sessions will be required.
  • Practitioner: You will pay more to have mesotherapy performed by a medically trained practitioner compared with one who is not medically trained.
  • Reputation of clinic: Clinics with a good reputation are likely to charge more for mesotherapy.
  • Location of clinic: Clinics in larger cities and in affluent areas will charge a premium for mesotherapy mainly due to the fact that their rental premises will be higher.
  • Cellulite treatment: Depending on the size of the area that needs treating you are likely to pay more for cellulite treatment than you are for facial treatments. 

 
The best way to get an accurate price for mesotherapy is to have a consultation with the clinic. During a consultation your skin condition will be assessed and you will be advised on the number of treatments that will be required for optimum results.

 

Mesotherapy Side Effects:

Side effects are rare providing your practitioner is experienced. The following side effects are experienced by some people:

  • Swelling of the treated area.
  • Bruising at the site of the injection.
  • Allergic reaction: This is rare.
 

Mesotherapy For Cellulite

Over 90% of women suffer from cellulite to some degree and it is caused by fluid retention and fatty tissue build up. It typically appears on the lower half of the body and women find it particularly difficult to lose fat from this area.

Mesotherapy offers an alternative treatment for cellulite and involves the injection of a mixture of vitamins and chemicals just below the cellulite. This helps break the cellulite down and improves the circulation and lymphatic drainage.

The treatment only takes around 15 minutes but to achieve the best results you will need around 4 - 6 sessions.



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