Mesotherapy is a technique that uses injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, as well as remove excess fat.
Michel Pistor, a doctor in France, developed the technique in 1952. It was originally used to relieve pain. In the years since, it has gained popularity in the United States and other parts of the world.
Today, mesotherapy is used to:
The technique uses very fine needles to deliver a series of injections into the middle layer (mesoderm) of skin. The idea behind mesotherapy is that it corrects underlying issues like poor circulation and inflammation that cause skin damage.
There isn’t a standard formula for the substances injected in mesotherapy. Doctors use many different solutions, including:
The cost of mesotherapy depends on the type of treatment you’re getting and the number of sessions you need. In general, a single session costs between $250 and $600. Because mesotherapy is cosmetic and not medically necessary, insurance companies usually don’t cover the cost.
The demand for innovative anti-ageing treatments continues to rise. Injectable fillers have become ubiquitous as a quick, safe and low-downtime alternative to plastic surgery. These products rejuvenate the face by contouring, restoring lost volume and smoothing unwanted lines. Though all fillers work to achieve similar goals, how they accomplish it varies depending on the product used.
Many popular dermal fillers are made with a substance that occurs naturally within the body and has unique moisture-retaining properties. When injected, these fillers add fullness and structural support that smooths and plumps the skin. They offer immediate results without a long-term commitment. Collagen-stimulating fillers, also known as biostimulators, don’t just add volume — they help create new collagen. These products contain ingredients that stimulate the body’s natural collagen production process to restore firm and youthful skin. The results are gradual but long-lasting.
Dermal fillers have a broad range of applications. Among other things, they can be used to define the cheekbones, sculpt the chin and jawline, enhance lip size and shape, correct fine lines and wrinkles, volumise gaunt areas of the face, improve the appearance of shallow scars and add subtle volume to hollow tear troughs. Even small, delicate areas of the face can be treated with the right formula. Collagen stimulators are ideal for treating larger areas that require rejuvenation. These injections can fill deep lines and folds, and provide significant lift and volume in areas like the cheeks, jawline, temples and mid-face. They are also used in areas beyond the face, such as the backs of the hands. Collagen-stimulating injections are not appropriate for delicate areas like the lips or under-eyes.
One day of intensive practice. You will receive a theory book and certificate of completion of the training. Your practice will include two-three models under our trainer eye. Full day of hard work but it will be worth it!
It depends on the state. These procedures usually are stated under medical or physician assistant, nurses or doctors.