Can mesotherapy be used for facial rejuvenation?

Despite popular belief, mesotherapy is not the same as fat – dissolving injections. Mesotherapy is an injection technique using medication, vitamins, minerals or another substance under the skin.  The idea is that these substances are absorbed via subdermal plexus and produce specific result, like reduction of inflammation, not necessarily related to cosmetic at all.

Nevertheless, it is a great approach for facial rejuvenation.  Mesolift is a mesotherapy approach to treat aging, sagging, and wrinkling of the skin involving the face and neck. It is also used to retard the progression of wrinkling and to rejuvenate complexions. The effects rejuvenate the face, eyelids, and neck without the unnatural appearance and painful recovery of surgical alternatives.

The standard mesotherapy technique must be done by a licensed physician who has received proper training in performing mesotherapy procedures. Using a fine needle, the physician injects into the mesoderm the specific formula selected to treat your condition. The needles penetrate the body at only a very small depth. The number of injections and strength of each medication treatment is determined on an individual basis. Generally, patients require one treatment every ten to fourteen (10 – 14) days depending on the location and size of the area being treated. The injections are made at small distances and in small doses per treatment.

For more information about mesotherapy or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please call 206-319-5322 or visit Seattle Naturopathic and Acupuncture Center for more information.

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