Pioneered by the French physician Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952, Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure that is widely used in Europe to treat various skin and body conditions. Tiny "medicinal bullets" are delivered directly into the mesoderm (middle layer of skin) by micro injections that are highly specific to the condition being treated. Using this technique, active ingredients (e.g Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid) that are highly beneficial to the skin can be directly injected into the face.
What is Mesotherapy?
Active ingredients used in Mesotherapy are introduced into the skin by small injections. The needles used in Mesotherapy are very short and thin so that the doctor can deliver the medications to the right depth. Different Mesotherapy ingredients are used for different skin conditions.
At Dr Tau Dental Spa, for anti aging benefits, we use a combination of award winning growth factors, peptides, amino acids, vitamins, nucleic acids and hyaluronic acid. These combinations present in the cocktail, stimulate the production of collagen so that the dermis is strengthened thereby improving skin tone and texture. The hyaluronic acid attracts water and nutrients to the skin resulting in an improved appearance. For pigmentation, patented pigmentation inhibiting peptides are used to treat facial pigmentation.
What are the typical areas that are treated with Mesotherapy?
At Dr Tau Dental Spa we use Mesotherapy to treat the following:
Mesotherapy for Anti-Aging benefits
Mesotherapy for Skin Rejuvenation
Mesotherapy for Facial Pigmentation problems
Mesotherapy for Acne
Mesotherapy for Dry Skin
What to expect after the Mesotherapy procedure?
There's no downtime at all. The skin may feel somewhat dry or tight for a day but certainly no daily activities will be hindered by having a Mesotherapy treatment.
Can all skin types be treated with Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy safely treats all skin types. Usually 5-6 sessions are needed, 2 weeks apart.
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