The Mesolift or Mesoglow is not an alternative to a surgical facelift but it can do amazing things to rejuvenate dry, tired and sun-damaged skin. Those factors that contribute to an "old, haggard" face deep with wrinkles are exactly was mesotherapy in the form of the MesoLift or Mesoglow is effective against.
The Mesolift is a series of micro-injections that can revitalize the skin, remove fatty deposits from the neck area and tighten loose skin in the face and neck area. A natural looking and non-surgical facial rejuvenation.
Hours to Recovery Not Weeks.
If the Wedding is on Saturday and today is Wednesday, there is no time to see a plastic surgeon for a consultation, but there is time for the facial mesotherapy. Side effects and complications are at an absolute minimal, results are seen within a day, some patients see them immediately!
What Is In The Micro-Injections facial mesotherapy?
Vitamins, minerals, amino acids, anti-oxidants which promote cellular hydration which in turn begins the rejuvenation process of rebuilding collagen. Facial mesotherapy is NOT collagen injections, but the necessary ingredients our body's need to produce our own collagen which is a spontaneous process!
Different Mesotherapists use different solutions based on the needs of their patients. Ask your mesotherapy physician what they typically use for facial mesotherapy and in particular what is being used in your case.
What may be used in the injections:
Alpha-hydroxy Acids(glycolic acid)
How many treatments, how often?
Typically most mesotherapy providers begin the facial mesotherapy process with two treatments scheduled one to four weeks apart and then re-evaluate how many treatments are needed. Many mesotherapists like to give six treatments to maximize collagen production and hydration. The number of treatments needed are based on the individual case and the combined goals of the patient and physician. Maintanince treatments are usually schedule every 4-6 months.
Is Facial Mesotherapy Safe?
All medical procedures carry risks but In the hands of a trained, qualified health care professional it is very safe procedure.