Mesotherapy Anti-Aging

Mesotherapy Anti-Aging

What is it

Needle mesotherapy is a modern, minimally invasive and safe way to prevent skin aging and stimulate skin cells to maintain proper metabolism. The treatment is used both for prophylactic purposes and for the treatment of existing lesions. The essence of treatment is the introduction of the appropriate substance through a series of shallow, superficial punctures. Various active substances are used for mesotherapy: hyaluronic acid, vitamins, amino acids, trace elements.


  • Prevention and removal of fine wrinkles around the eyes, cheeks, lips, neck, cleavage, back of the hand.
  • Lack of tension and sagging skin.
  • Stretch marks reduction.
  • Hair loss and poor hair condition

How it works

In case of facial skin rejuvenation, intensively moisturizing hyaluronic acid is used as a standalone preparation or in combination with vitamins, amino acids and elements that support cellular metabolism, inhibit the production of free radicals responsible for the aging process of the skin, stimulate the synthesis of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid by skin cells.
Cocktails prepared for scalp mesotherapy primarily stimulate microcirculation, strengthen and protect the structure of capillaries, stimulate hair growth, nourish and protect the tissues surrounding the hair root from drying out.
Special mixtures are intended for the treatment of stretch marks.


After the mesotherapy treatment, wrinkles are visibly reduced, the skin is better moisturized, it regains its firmness and tension, natural rejuvenation and radiant appearance. The contours of the face become more expressive. The skin is smoother. Scalp mesotherapy combines moisturizing, stimulating and nourishing the hair structure. Hair is stimulated to grow, it becomes stronger and more vital, it becomes thick and shiny. In addition, they are protected against drying out and thus against dandruff. Mesotherapy treatments tighten and firm the skin, give a clear smoothing effect. Stretch marks are visibly reduced.

Is mesotherapy painful

Before the procedure (for about 1 hour), a skin anesthetic cream can be applied, then the procedure is almost painless. A thin needle and a fast pace of administration of the preparation additionally reduce the pain.

How often is the procedure performed

Treatments should be performed in several series (3-5 times), every 2-4 weeks, then the effect is the best and lasts a long time. The procedure takes from 0.5 to 1 hour.

Recommendations after injection

In case of using hyaluronic acid immediately after the injection, up to 12 hours after the treatment, first of all, do not warm up (sun, solarium) or strongly cool the face area, because this may lead to the distribution of the preparation and thus reduce the effect. Makeup should also be avoided in order not to increase the risk of infection after punctures. Do not apply pressure to the puncture sites. Avoid strenuous exercise. Keep at least a 2-week interval between the next aesthetic or cosmetic treatment (including massage). It should be remembered that the full series of treatments give a long-lasting effect.

Do other treatments preclude the use of mesotherapy?

On the contrary, complex therapy is often used for the best effect, combining mesotherapy treatments with microdermabrasion, filling with hyaluronic acid or botulinum toxin. In the case of laser therapy and acid peeling, an appropriate time interval between treatments should be maintained - about 2 weeks.

Side Effects

Immediately after injection, there are "lumps" that are quickly absorbed (up to 1 hour). Very rare local reactions at the site of application have been reported. Most of them are symptoms of moderate severity, the most common are pain and slight swelling at the injection site. Lumps may appear. These ailments are temporary and short-lived.


Pregnancy and breastfeeding, herpes skin infections, inflammatory changes, e.g. acne, severe allergy, in particular to HA, recurrent streptococcal infections (angina, articular rheumatism), immunity disorders, tendency to colloids (keloids). In addition, severe cardiac arrhythmias, epilepsy, porphyria and taking drugs that inhibit liver metabolism (cimetidine, B blockers). Anticoagulant treatment, aspirin, vitamin C increase the risk of hematomas, so it is recommended to stop them for 1-2 weeks before the planned procedure.