Steps in Mesotherapy Treatment
During your set consultation, you will meet with one of our dermatologists. They will examine you, and the proper treatment procedure will be laid out for you as per the condition being treated.
You will be required to avoid certain medications including Aspirin, other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and Vitamin E. This is because taking these medication increases your chances of bleeding and bruising during Mesotherapy treatment sessions.
Although the treatment is noninvasive, a numbing cream may be applied to the treatment site for comfort.
We offer our Mesotherapy solution using a mechanical gun. This enables us to give many injections concurrently for efficiency. The solution is injected between 1mm to 4mm deep into your skin as per the condition being treated.
Note that several treatment sessions are required to achieve the desired results. These sessions are usually spread out in a month or more as per your condition.
To know exactly how long your treatments will take, book an appointment with our specialist.
After your treatment, you may experience some slight redness and inflammation which lessens after a few days. You will be provided with a care guide to help maintain the acquired results.
Although this treatment is noninvasive, you should also wait for at least two days before undertaking any exercises. One is also required to avoid hot baths and make up for at least half a day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Just like with any other procedure, Mesotherapy carries certain risks of suffering from the following side effects:
- Dark bruising
- Risk of infection
The treatment is noninvasive as the injection only reaches up to 4mm deep in your skin. However, we provide numbing cream for our client’s comfort.
Mesotherapy treatment results can be seen a few days after the first treatment session. However, to achieve optimal and desired outcomes, several treatment sessions are required. The number of treatments varies as per the condition being treated.