Those in their twenties, thirties, and beyond who are seeking a little added glow and lustre to their skin will be most interested in mesotherapy. By our 20s, we’ve stopped producing our own collagen, and by our 30s we begin to lose our current levels at a steady rate. Introducing the fresh stimulation of collagen while hydrating the skin from the inside-out provides wonderful results for those searching for a little extra lift and vitality…  Discover the benefits of mesotherapy, how it’s performed, and what to expect after your treatment at Queens Medical Center.

What are the benefits of Mesotherapy?

This treatment acts as an almost instant injection of glow and vitality. It works exceptionally well on dull, tired-looking skin and superficial wrinkles and volume loss. Because of its mixture of minerals, hyaluronic acid, and collagen stimulation, it helps to improve skin quality, appearance, and health. While naturally smoothing wrinkles and improving structure in loose skin, it also internally hydrates with these beneficial ingredients. The fine injections also increase blood flow to the area, helping to flush out ageing toxins and give the skin a much-needed boost in vitality. We think this treatment is perfect for those who are seeking a little pick-me-up before a party or event, or who prefer natural facial rejuvenation over other injectables.


It can help to address pigmentation and scarring

Bespoke mesotherapy blends can target skin issues more specifically, too. Mesotherapy can also be used to fade acne marks and scars over time, particularly if your skin surface is pitted, as hyaluronic acid with the solution helps to create volume in the skin, while other antioxidants and amino acids have an anti-inflammatory effect that encourages healing.

It’s used to promote hair growth

It’s a fairly novel idea, but it could help to if hair loss is an issue: “A relatively new area of mesotherapy is the treatment of hair loss where microinjections into the scalp improve hair production from the follicle. By stimulating blood flow and providing essential nutrients, the hair follicle is encouraged to produce stronger, denser hair growth.”

Multiple sessions are required to get to the hair growth stage, however, and it’s normally an ongoing treatment- you’ll generally require follow-up maintenance appointments, so it’s not a cheap and easy fix by any means. That said, the fact that it’s non-invasive and requires no down time is a plus.

It can help to reduce cellulite

Some promote mesotherapy as a fat melting jab, and while it can help to reduce excess fat and tighten loose skin, it’s no magic bullet (and almost every woman on the planet has cellulite- let’s not all inject it away in a quest for perfection). Dr Patterson lays out the theory: “Fat deposits in cellulite and localized areas such as the chin and jowl can be successfully treated by enzymes that breakdown the fat cell. The fat dissolving enzymes disrupt the wall of the fat cell, releasing the fat and allowing it to be reabsorbed by the lymphatic system and excreted by the body.”

Stand out at your next party or event with a beautiful complexion achieved by mesotherapy at Queens Medical Center. Call us to book your free skin consultation today.

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