Mesotherapy, commonly known as “biorejuvenation” or “biorevitalization”, is a skin rejuvenating treatment for skin tightening, evening out the skin tone and texture by means of a transdermal injection of a multivitamin solution and natural plant extracts that are thought to improve the signs of skin aging.
Also known as meloplasty is a rejuvenation procedure of the face that addresses aged cheeks and jowls. This is often reflected by sallow cheeks and heavy jowls with a loss of jaw and neck definition. It is a procedure often done in conjunction with other facial procedures to achieve overall facial harmony and youth. It also improves acne scaring, sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles, Hyperpigmentation, melasma, Body scars and to even out skin tone and texture.
Mesotherapy, which derives its name from the Greek words “mesos” (middle) and “therapeia” (to treat medically), was originally developed in Europe, is one of the newest techniques in cosmetic medicine proposed to rejuvenate aging skin, and can be performed by medical and non-medical professionals.
Aging is a complex, multifactorial process that affects every organ in the body, including the skin. Clinically, aged skin is characterized as thin, dry, and pale, with noticeable wrinkles and decreased elasticity. The histological changes associated with aging in skin include the accumulation of elastotic material in the papillary and mid-dermis, a process known as solar elastosis, and quantitative changes in collagen, which are reflected in a decline in biosynthesis and content.
Mesotherapy, initially described in France by Michel Pistor is one of the modalities recently used to rejuvenate and tone the skin. It involves the non-invasive transdermal injection of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, hyaluronic acid, and natural plant extracts into the skin to stimulate the biosynthetic ability of fibroblasts and facilitate interaction between cells and is intended to increase collagen and elastin production. Different injection techniques can be used in mesotherapy:
The intra-epidermal technique; (ii) the papular technique, in which reagents are injected into the dermo–epidermal junction; (ii) the nappage method, in which injections penetrate to a depth of 2–4 mm and are delivered at an angle of 30–60°; and (iv) point-by-point injection into the deep dermis.
Over the past few years, the use of mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation has increased rapidly.
This prospective study aimed to evaluate the clinical effect of mesotherapy applied to periorbital wrinkles and to quantitatively evaluate histological changes in the skin occurring in response to the same treatment.
Mesotherapy injection is a minimally painful procedure but may require anesthesia (depending on patients pain thresh hold). Before treatment, the volunteer was positioned for treatment and the periorbital area on both sides of the face (treatment area) was marked. The sterile solutions used for injection were composed of a cocktail of a multivitamin solution and non-cross-linked, high-viscosity hyaluronic acid,
The injection is performed using a meso-system gun [Anti-Aging Medical Systems (AAMS), Montrodat, France] controlled by a microprocessor with eight different injection programs. The gun maintains automatic control of the syringe and allowed the depth and dose of the injection to be adjusted electronically. The gun is positioned at an angle of 60° to the surface of the skin. With each injection, approximately 0.01 ml of solution was injected into the skin at a depth of 2 mm using the nappage technique in a horizontal direction; the total amount of solution injected per session on both sides of the face usually is 2 ml.
Many skin problems can be treated successfully with mesotherapy, especially:
For the big-time results, mesotherapy is not a one-stop shop. While it promises a Botox-like effect (and manual collagen stimulation simply as a side-effect of having a needle poke at your collagen-producing mesoderm layer), that only comes after a series of these procedures. For those who don’t like the idea of scary facial fillers and a creepy frozen face, mesotherapy is a great option. It’s not a quick fix, but if you’re patient (and willing to invest), you can apparently get the same results with safety — and without toxins.
It uses active ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins (A, B, C, E, and K) and minerals are injected directly into the skin of the patient. These injections are inserted into the epidermal layer of the skin. As we age our skins circulation decreases, thus reducing the oxygen and nutrients ability to drive out toxins from our skin. This all leads to premature aging of the skin and can give skin a tired appearance.
The aging process can be cruel to our skin. Between sun damage and progressive collagen loss, the skin loses its plumpness and resiliency. Mesotherapy for skin revitalisation infuses the epi dermal and dermal layer of the skin with a potent cocktail of vitamins and anti-oxidants to rejuvenate and revitalise.
People who have had Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation describe their skin as firm, radiant, youthful and glowing. The treatment is usually performed over an initial series of one session per week for 4-6 weeks. Results are then maintained by touch-up sessions.
Additional treatments will be needed every month to maintain the results after your initial treatment period. Moreover, mesotherapy can really be much costly due to the number of treatments requires. Approximately around $200 and $600 will be charged for every treatment.
The odd thing about mesotherapy is that there is no recovery period after the procedure. You can resume work straight away and side effects like bruising, burning or swelling will disappear after a few hours.
CE Medical approved by European Notified body give safety. • International registered ergonomic Italian design for professional mesotherapist. • Exact dose control to give precision, with possibility to program dose from one microliter to 50 microliters. • 4 Functions electronic LCD screen gun. Continuous injection, dosimetric, nappage and mesoperfusion. • Fast medicine delivery from 3 ml/minutes to 8,4 ml/minutes. • Easy international syringe fixing of current sizes. • Any kind of standard syringe from 1 cc to 20 cc sizes. • No syringe jumping with luerlock integrated carrier. • Painless with movement pressure control. • Deep injection available up to 10 mm deep totally. • No leakage with unique antidrop mechanic. • Largest world autonomy in cordless use with long life battery, Lithium Ion. No need of extra battery, you have long autonomy such as 36 hours in use. • No need of kit to give freedom and no additional cost. • Everything you need in one handy hard light suitcase, ideal to store and carry your Mesomega® wherever you like. • Training and references available in many countries in the world. Long time mesogun manufacturing experience in origin country make Mesomega® the right choice for your clinic.
Areas meso can be injected
- Course Fees
Training course only using manual superficial injecting of meso therapy
This is a 2 day course which covers all you need to perform this procedure (Mobile Meso gun not included but training on how to use the gun will be added with the purchase of the gun). Hands on manual injecting.
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Terms and Conditions
- Courses are to be booked a minimum of 4 weeks in advance to ensure we order your kit and receive it in time for your training. For dates, please contact ATSCI direct as dates are upon both you and your trainers availability.
- Enrolments & dates will only be confirmed & secured on receipt of 50% payment. The balance will be due 2 weeks prior to the commencement of your training.
- 14–28 days prior to course date – 25% cancellation fee.
- Less than 14 days prior to course date – 50% cancellation fee.