Mesotherapy has always been medically used for several illnesses and injuries. Medicinal bullets containing vitamins, amino acids and minerals are injected into the mesodermal layer of the body.
For cosmetic purposes, skin undergoes changes due to continuous exposure to UV radiation reducing the thickness and elasticity of the skin. Aging of the skin is attributed to both intrinsic factors which are biological in nature and extrinsic factors nature such as environmental forces. Whatever the cause, the effect is laxity and wrinkling with time.
Mesotherapy uses several combinations of intradermal injections that may contain plant extracts, medications, minerals and homeopathic agents. The bioactive material is dermally punctured in microscopic quantities to rejuvenate and tone the skin. The injections aid in the restoration of aging cells by stimulating collagen and elastin production. It essentially boosts the biosynthetic capacities of fibroblasts which activate the cells.
At Satya Skin Hair Clinic we use mesotherapy in combination with the dermaroller. The dermaroller is a simple procedure which may be used with a topical anaesthetic. The needles conduct gentle penetrating and cleansing actions both on the dermis and the epidermis. The open wounds are an invitation to healing products through mesotherapy which are injected into the treatment areas also aids in boosting the healing cascade.
Mesotherapy techniques can be:
a. Intradermal technique – Tiny amounts of medicine are placed in the epidermis
b. Papular technique – Medications are injected in the dermoepidermal junction
c. Nappage technique – At a 30 to 60 deg. angle, the injection is given at 2 mm to 4 mm depth
d. Point to point technique – One single injection is administered into the deep dermis
At Satya Skin Hair Clinic, mesotherapy is a biorejuvenation technique intended to be one of the most constructive non-surgical, non-ablative and cost effective cosmetic treatments available. We evaluate the patient’s skin, medical and familial history before recommending the appropriate interventions. Aging as a process cannot be stopped but it can certainly be delayed.