Cosmetic procedures have undergone a huge revolution in the last few years, thanks to the advancement of science and technology. Mesotherapy is one such cosmetic procedure that has been used in the last few years for many types of skin treatments. In this article, we are going to see about the basics of mesotherapy Treatments and how it is used for skin rejuvenation.
Mesotherapy is a cosmetic treatment that was first used to reduce excess body weight. We also called it Lipodissolve Mesotherapy treatment. Injections filled with FDA approved medicines, and other nutrients were injected into the patient’s body to reduce problems like excess body weight and cellulite. We also called it fat dissolving treatment or Lipolysis Injection. Gradually, the process was also used to make one’s skin tighter and younger than before, by rejuvenating the areas around one’s face and neck.
Old age, heredity issues, stress and other factors lead to our skin becoming saggy and wrinkled. Yes, there are lots of facial creams and packs available, but they are only temporary quick-fixes. If you are looking for a treatment that restores the vitality and glow in your skin, mesotherapy is one of the best treatments for you. Hyaluronic Acid is one of the main ingredients that keep the skin young and fresh always. In the mesotherapy treatment, injections filled with Hyaluronic Acid skinboosters are injected into the skin on the face/neck. As a result, it results in the increased elasticity of one’s skin, keeping the skin around the face and neck as rejuvenated as possible.
Types of products used for mesotherapy to bring about facial rejuvenation
Mesotherapy for facial rejuvenation is mainly done for the following reasons:
To make skin looking young and bright
To keep skin moisture
To reduce wrinkles, dark spots, and other ageing symptoms
To reduce skin sagging and make skin look firm and tight
1. Hyaluronic Acid (Main Component)
Hyaluronic Acid has amazing water-binding ability that absorbs and stores the moisture of 1,000 times of the weight of Hyaluronic Acid in the skin. It plays an important role in preserving storing as well as spreading nutrients to the skin. Thus, Hyaluronic Acid is an essential ingredient for moisturizing, hydrating, and radiant glowing skin.
2. Adenylic Acid (Added Component to Hyaluronic Acid)
Adenylic Acid is a peptide compound that is used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. When it comes to fine lines and wrinkles on the face, especially around the eyes and mouth; they usually form because of repeated facial expressions, such as smiling, frowning, or furrowing the brow in deep concentration of frustration. Adenylic Acid acts a powerful anti-aging agent that works by causing facial muscles to relax, minimizing, fading crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles and improve skin elasticity.
3. Botox (Added Component to Hyaluronic Acid)
Botox blocks signals from the nerves to the muscles. The injected muscle can no longer contract, which causes the wrinkles to relax and soften. It is most often used on forehead lines, crow’s feet (lines around the eye) and frown lines. It could be dilute with more saline and mix with Hyaluronic Acid, be careful with the amount, too much can cause your facial expression to look stiff.
4. Glutathione (Added Component to Hyaluronic Acid)
Glutathione is often know as Body’s Master Anti-Oxidant. It composted of three amino acids – cysteine, glycine, and glutamate. Glutathione excels in prevent as well as suppress the melanin pigments. It has an excellent effect of whitening and this explain why Glutathione is effectively used to treat dull complexion, uneven skin tone, and acne scars. In addition, Glutathione also known by its self-repairing ability of restoring the damaged cells by ultraviolet rays, the antioxidant effect of skin aging, and the effect of reducing acne.
5. EGF (Added Component to Hyaluronic Acid)
EGF encourages collagen production and stimulates elastin fibroblasts for youthful, radiant and glowing complexion. Research shows that it plays an important role in repairing wounds and improving skin conditions.
6. PDRN ( Can be inject alone or can be added Component to Hyaluronic Acid)
PDRN produces significant tissue improvement and consistency throughout the treatment period. PDRN was first deployed as a tissue repairing compound in Italy after approved PDRN in 2008 due to its special ability to accelerate recovery after skin grafts. PDRN can be use with mesotherapy processes because it can stimulate the metabolic activity of cells in the skin to regenerate collagen, glycosaminoglycans and glycoproteinswound. PDRN stimulate wound recovery through antigenesis enhancement and boost rates of growth in fibroblasts. Which means PDRN can awaken tired aged cells to act younger and get to work again. PDRN Mesotherapy makes a significant improvement in skin elasticity, texture and hydration. PDRN injection is a rejuvenating skin treatment made of biological molecules called Polydeoxyribonucleotide (PDRN). A PDRN molecule is a polymer consisting of 13 or more deoxyribonucleotide monomers. A nucleotide is a monomer building blocks found in DNA or RNA and Deoxyribonucleotide is a nucleotide built from deoxyribose sugars.The DNA extract is obtained from the testis of salmon, then fragmented into PDRN.
How does the mesotherapy treatment works?
The entire process involves four sessions that are conducted every once a month. In all these sessions, injections filled with hyaluronic acid and other vital nutrients are injected very carefully into the mesoderm, the layer which is found beneath the skin. The ingredients that are injected into the skin may slightly vary based on the nature of the patient’s skin, the severity of sagging problems and the like.
During the first session, an equal mixture of hyaluronic acid, and mesolift cocktail (Adenylic Acid, Botox, Glutathione, PDRN, EGF, etc depends on the result patient wanna acheive) is injected into the mesoderm. Injections containing these ingredients are then repeated every month based on the patient’s skin type and severity of the condition. During a session, a patient may receive one or multiple injections based on the number of nutrients his/her skin needs. For optimum results, it is highly recommended that patients repeat the treatment every two months. Every session takes about 30 minutes to get over.
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