• Treatment Mesotherapy
  • Doctor Dr. Rose
  • Category Premium Aesthetic Treatments
  • Medical equipments SPF 50

What is mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive, non-surgical cosmetic procedure used for skin nourishment and rejuvenation.

The first mesotherapy treatment was carried out by French doctor Michel Pistor in 1952. As a matter of fact, it was originally used as a pain-relief method. Mesotherapy combines cosmetic and aesthetic medicine. Today, this treatment is very popular worldwide and constitutes one of the leading methods for achieving a youthful, fresh look.

The procedure consists of a series of fine injections of vitamins, minerals, and amino-acid cocktails. Doctors are injecting them into the central layer of the skin, and under specific circumstances, the subcutaneous tissue. This infusion nourishes the skin and leads to a proliferation of fibroblasts, collagen, and elastin synthesis, as well as the stimulation of the subcutaneous processes. Therefore, the results are visible after the first treatment as the skin becomes luminous, fresh, and light.

The therapy in practice:

Also, it is a common misconception that mesotherapy is exclusively used as an anti-aging method. Doctors are recommending mesotherapy to everyone who cares for their skin. The application method itself together with a wide range of active substances allows us to treat a wide spectrum of skin conditions and imperfections.


Generally speaking, the indications for therapy include:

  • Treatment of oily as well as acne-prone skin
  • Treatment of scars together with other skin imperfections
  • Hyperpigmentation treatment
  • Hydration treatments and skin moisturizing
  • Treatment of wrinkles as well as improving skin elasticity
  • Therapy of localized fat deposits

Which body parts can be treated with mesotherapy?

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Cleavage
  • Hands
  • Legs
  • Abdominal area and hips

Treatment and post-treatment description

The treatment itself lasts 15-30 minutes depending on the size of the treated area. Also, after the application, the treated area is covered with a facial mask that cools the skin and closes the pores.

It is not advisable for the client to wash their skin with hot water after the treatment. They are recommending to use only cold water, 6-8 hours after the treatment. Makeup application is not the best choice for the first 24 hours following the treatment.

Clients should avoid direct exposure to sunlight and they should also start using moisturizers with SPF 50.

What can you expect?

Mesotherapy instantly improves tired-looking skin and light wrinkles. As soon as possible, the skin becomes more radiant, hydrated, nourished, and firmer, and its texture improves. Also, the procedure is a good choice to treat hyperpigmentation and acne scarring.


  • Mesotherapy treatment rejuvenates skin from the inside
  • For the first time used by French doctor Michel Pistor in 1952
  • Originally used as a pain-relief method


Micro-Needling, similar to mesotherapy, is great for delivering active ingredients directly to the dermis. Of course, this therapy also rejuvenates the skin.

Micro-Needling increases the production of collagen and other healing factors by causing trauma to the skin. Collagen is an essential protein that helps keep the skin looking youthful, with a firm, smooth, as well as stretchy texture.

Similarly, micro-Needling is not a quick fix that involves the growth of new skin. Also, it can take several months for a person to see the full results of the procedure.

As a matter of fact, it stimulates the skin cells and the production of collagen.


  • Acne
  • Stretch marks
  • Rosacea
  • Removes scars
  • Deals with loose skin
  • Fine lines as well as wrinkles
  • Skin texture
  • Pore size
  • Brown spots
  • Pigment issues

The different name for Micro-Needling is Skin-Needling. It is a collagen induction therapy (CIT), and percutaneous collagen induction (PCI).

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