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Mesotherapy is a nonsurgical technique that uses micro-injections of vitamins, hormones, enzymes, and plant extracts. Its goal is to rejuvenate and tighten the skin. It is also used to reduce cellulite, lighten pigmented skin, fade wrinkles and line, treat alopecia and encourage hair growth, recontour the body, as well as to remove fat in areas such as the thighs, stomach, buttocks, legs, hips, face, and arms.
Very fine needles are used to deliver a series of injections into the middle layer of the skin. These injections are believed to correct underlying issues, such as inflammation and poor circulation, which cause skin damage.
Before mesotherapy, you may have problems like stubborn fat in certain areas of the body, wrinkles and fine lines in the face, pigmented skin, etc. After the procedure, you’re dull and tired-looking skin will be improved, superficial wrinkles will fade, and excess fat will be reduced. If you undergo the procedure to treat alopecia, you can also expect the procedure to promote hair growth.
Mesotherapy has minimal downtime. You may experience a little bruising and swelling after the procedure, but they will subside within 24 hours. Some people are able to return to work and your normal activities on the same day, while others may need to take a day off due to pain and swelling.
While there is proof showing that there can be some improvement after mesotherapy, more studies and research are needed to verify the mechanism, safety, and effectiveness of the procedure. Therefore, you should always choose a licensed practitioner with proven track records and experience if you do want to try the procedure.
According to those who practice mesotherapy, the risks tend to be minimal if you go to an experienced and trained practitioner. The side effects and risks of mesotherapy may include pain, nausea, sensitivity, bumps, swelling, bruising, itching, dark patches of the skin, redness, rash, scars, and infection.