Mesotherapy in cosmetology
In our reality the popularity of mesotherapy is due to the fast and effective results. Learn more about this procedure:
When is mesotherapy needed?
It turned out that creams and masks used by women for facial skin health did not have a noticeable effect. They, it turns out, do not reach the layers of the skin where their action is necessary, and moreover, can not enter the subcutaneous fat layer.
This problem can be solved through mesotherapy. The essence of the method is based on the introduction of various biologically active substances into the body by injection. In cosmetology it was introduced from medicine.
Are all injections considered mesotherapy?
of course no. Mesotherapy is not synonymous with injection. It is the science of acting on connective tissue, nervous, humoral and immune systems, which is achieved by mechanical action of needles on nerve receptors, as well as at the expense of the pharmacological action of the drugs used.
What do you inject through mesotherapy?
All means of mesotherapy come in ampoules. These can be preparations specially released for mesotherapy, homeopathic remedies, complexes containing vitamins, micronutrients, biostimulants, antioxidants, amino acids, hyaluronic acid, herbal extracts, subcutaneous and subcutaneous use in traditional medicine. The variety of drugs also increases the capabilities of the physician.
Effects of mesotherapy:
- Pharmacological effect. Through the injection, the doctor can inject the exact dose of the drug into the required areas of the body and at the appropriate depth. If the goal is to get rid of local fat deposits, then it is necessary to use substances necessary to activate the processes of lipolysis. If the goal is to fight wrinkles, you need a stimulant to produce collagen and elastin.
- Improving local blood circulation. During mesotherapy, skin receptors are stimulated with a needle. Local microcirculation improves in response to such irritation. Appropriate pharmacological drugs may be administered to improve blood circulation.
- Stimulation of cell renewal. Needle insertion is microtrauma. In response, the healing process is activated at the site of injury, which stimulates the growth of young cells.
- Opiate effects. The nervous system responds to the needle sting, resulting in the release of endogenous opiates. The latter is intended to get rid of possible unpleasant sensations and gives a mild euphoric state.
- Reflexogenic action. During mesotherapy, a similar effect of igloreflexotherapy develops on the reflexogenic areas of the skin.
Can mesotherapy be called non-injection of drugs into the skin?
In principle, no, because the needle action on the skin is an integral part of mesotherapy, which ensures its effect.
In cosmetology, mesotherapy fights cellulite, scars, stretch marks, wrinkles, rashes and more.
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