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Mesotherapy is a procedure that involves the injection of a preparation chosen according to the skin problem into the layers of the skin where cell renewal and growth are taking place.

Formulations specifically designed for mesotherapy contain vitamins, amino acids, minerals, antioxidants, trace elements, hyaluronic acid, which have an effect on improving blood circulation and the processing of collagen and elastin.

Mesotherapy effectively smoothes the skin’s surface and deep wrinkles, reduces dark circles around the eyes, moisturizes and limits excess dryness and skin fatigue, increases skin tone and elasticity, improves facial color and increases vascular tone. The final effect of mesotherapy depends on the preparations used for the injections, hence the wide range of procedures applied.
Mesotherapy can be performed not only on the face but also on the neck and hands.

For optimal results, a course of 3-6 treatments is recommended. The first treatments are carried out at two-week intervals, and repeated 1-2 times a year to maintain the results. Each procedure is preceded by a consultation.

The procedure can be tailored to meet the needs of any patient, whether born in the 80s or 90s or older, from cosmetic to rehabilitation.

– Allergic reactions;
– Intolerance to some preparations or their ingredients;
– Kidney and liver failure;
– Haemophilia;
– Pregnancy and breastfeeding;
– Epilepsy;
– Oncological diseases.

Results of the procedure:
At the end of the procedure, reddening of the skin may be observed, which will pass on its own and fairly quickly (within a few hours). Small blue spots may appear at the injection site, which will also disappear within 2-3 days without any intervention from you.

The results achieved by undergoing a course of mesotherapy, while taking care of the skin in the prescribed way, can last from a few months to a year and a half. The duration of the result obtained depends on the initial condition and the individual characteristics of the organism.

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