In the aesthetic medicine Mesotherapy is an ideal treatment for refreshing and rejuvenating the skin.
This is the most successful and the most popular non-surgical method in the aesthetic medicine available today in the word.
How many sessions will I need to get rid of cellulite?
During this treatment Mesotheraphy cocktails, which are used to break up the cellulite and to tighten the skin, are injected by a special device into the regions affected by cellulite. After examination and finding out the grade of cellulite and the state of your skin, the cocktails are prepared and injected by a physician. Depending on the indication, some of natural extracts, enzymes, minerals, homeopathic agents, vitamin complexes, amino acids, caffeine, artichoke, carnitine, etc. may be found in the composition of the cocktail.
How Mesotherapy works for cellulite removal?
After examination the physician will estimate the state of your cellulite and will start to solve the three factors responsible for its development:
1. fat breaking down formula
2. circulation improvement formula
3. formula for regeneration of damaged connective tissue
CELLULITE BREAKING UP
How to achieve the best results?
To achieve the best results a series of 5 sessions at 7-day interval is recommended. During this time it is necessary to drink at least 2 liters of water per day and to follow the corrected diet prescribed by our nutritionist.
The best results will be achieved if 3 days after cellulite Mesotherapy up to 3 treatments with the LPG machine are combined, in order for the active components injected in the subcutaneous fat tissue to resorb better and to give effect faster.
Are there any side effects?
As this method is based on the application of micro-injections, the procedure is little bit painful, but after the procedure no recovery period is needed. A mild swelling, redness and a few bruises at the injection site are possible, which will disappear in 3 to 5 days.
Because of its effects Mesotherapy is not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding, to persons suffering from diabetes or autoimmune diseases, as well as to persons with cardiovascular problems and allergies.