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The treatment is safe for men and women of all ages.

Keeps the Skin Well Hydrated

Mesotherapy stimulates the skin tissues by using micro and superficial injections of ingredients found naturally in the skin. It increases the moisture content of the skin for a skin tightening effect that will make your face look healthier and refreshed.

Improving Skin Appearance and Glow

Mesotherapy is a great option for those wishing for an extra glow on the skin, especially on the face and neck area. Based on the components used, the procedure can help brighten age spots, discoloration, and dark patches while stimulating elastin and collagen to restore suppleness on the face.



For those with dry skin and signs of aging, Mesotherapy is a great option. Office workers who always need to apply makeup can also consider whether they are people with dehydrated skin. In addition, people who want to prevent their skin from aging can also consider hydrating treatment with Mesotherapy.



Remove fat
Treat cellulite
Smooth wrinkles and lines
Tighten loose skin
Recontour the body
Lighten pigmented skin
Treat alopecia

"After having 3 kids and gaining some belly fat, I tried for over a year of strict and regimented diet and exercise plan with my husband, who is a professional trainer and very knowledgeable in nutrition and weight loss methods. But whatever I did, my belly pooch WAS STUBBORN, and it just would not go away. After 5 sessions of Mesotherapy, I’m back to the body I had prior to my pregnancy. I’m so happy!"

Angela G



What are the most common ingredients used for facial Mesotherapy?

The solution consists of various vitamins, minerals, enzymes, plant extracts, anesthetics, medications, and amino acids. The ingredients vary depending on the needs of the patient and the effect desired.

How long does facial Mesotherapy last?

Results may last between 12 to 18 months, depending on your skin type, condition, and the number of sessions completed.

How many treatments are required before the results are visible?

A treatment cycle could require as few as 4 sessions and as many as 10 treatments or more depending on the size of the area being treated and the results desired.



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