Mesotherapy is a treatment for curing eye bags, dark eye circles and dark skin tone.
What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is the latest technique that uses an array of injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten the skin, as well as helping in removing excess fat.
The procedure uses very fine needles to deliver a chain of injections into the middle layer (mesoderm) of skin. Mesotherapy corrects underlying issues like poor circulation and inflammation that cause skin damage that in return reduce the eye bags and dark eye circles through lightening the skin.
The non-surgical procedure is also used to remove cellulite and fat, for fading wrinkles and lines as well as lightening pigmented skin.
Is Mesotherapy painful?
As the treatment requires the use of tiny superficial injections, Mesotherapy can be categorized as a painful procedure. However, prior to treatment, local anesthesia is applied to the skin that numbs it and lowers down the pain level tremendously.
What skin conditions can be treated with Mesotherapy?
This non-surgical treatment can cure a range of skin problems including:
- Dark under eye circles
- Ageing Skin
- Uneven Skin
What are the benefits of Mesotherapy?
Many people who deal with uneven skin tone and texture as well as problematic patches or marks especially from acne and aging can opt for Mesotherapy as it gives overall skin rejuvenation. It provides:
- Radiance and improves skin complexion
- Firmness & elasticity to the skin
- Rejuvenates dull and uneven skin
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- Reverses sagging skin
What are the risks and side effects of Mesotherapy?
As the skin is induced with micro or tiny needles, it is normal for skin to react. These reactions however are usually temporary. The side effects of Mesotherapy include:
What is the recovery time of Mesotherapy?
The swelling and the redness usually takes 24-48 hours to recover but the actual recovery time of the procedure might take a few days.
How many treatments are required for optimal results?
Depending on the initial skin conditions, the number of treatments for optimum results ranges from 2-4.