What exactly is mesotherapy?
When mesotherapy Using microinjections, individually formulated solutions and gels (e.g. hyaluronic acid, plasma, polynucleotides, etc.) are introduced directly into the top layer of skin. The substances are stored in the skin and released into the surrounding tissue for several months. This makes the skin fresher and better moisturized
Cosmetic or medical mesotherapy?
Many beauticians advertise mesotherapy and use it to describe treatment with ultrasound or other external therapies. Therefore the term is used very widely. In aesthetic medicine, mesotherapy always means introducing the active ingredients under the skin, i.e. a micro injection. A purely external application is therefore only of very short duration. Finely cross-linked hyaluronic acid or PRP (cell-rich blood plasma) and biostimulants such as polynucleotides are the common products, sometimes in combination with vitamins, which are injected very superficially into the skin.
What are polynucleotides?
Polynucleotides are not fillers but a vivostimulation through high-percentage organic molecules that stimulate regeneration in the cells and improve skin quality, reduce inflammation and improve the skin's moisture supply. They penetrate deep into the skin and promote the formation of new collagen, making the skin firmer again.
Polynucleotides are not proteins, so there are no allergies or intolerances. We not only use polynucleotides for mesotherapy, but also inject these biopolymers into scars for better wound healing, in acne patients against inflammation and as an anti-aging treatment specifically around the eyes and lip area to reduce small superficial wrinkles and to firm the skin again .
Mesotherapy painless and without side effects
A device specially developed for the treatment makes the injections. It pricks fine needles with compressed air into the skin layer to be treated and introduces the hyaluronic acid preparation. When used correctly, this is painless and practically without side effects. Moderate bruising may occur, but this will subside quickly. The only preparation: the skin must be treated with a special cream that has an anesthetic effect.
How many applications are there typically?
The first two to three treatments are usually done within four weeks. We refresh the application every six months - always without inpatient admission and without you having any restrictions in everyday life afterwards.