How does Mesotherapy work?
Mesotherapy contains a cocktail of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and hyaluronic acid. It is designed to boost cell turnover, hydrate and provide essential supplements to the skin. It is delivered by a series of very superficial (barely breaking the skin), micro needling. The procedure at worst can be described as mildly uncomfortable.
Common Side Effects Of Mesotherapy
- Redness and flushing
- Swelling and pain
- Tenderness and itching
- Bruising and bleeding
These typically resolve within minutes, sometimes hours and rarely days after treatment. Extremely rare side effects may include infections and ulceration.
General pre-treatment advice
- Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may be swollen or red, you are advised not to make social plans on the day of your enhancement.
- Do not take aspirin or anti-inflammatory medication such as Ibuprofen 2 days before your enhancement.
- Do not discontinue any medication before consulting your doctor.
- Keep alcohol intake to a minimum 2 days prior to your enhancement.
- Do not use 1% Retin-A skincare products close to the area to be treated for 2 days prior to treatment.
- Do not use AHA skincare products close to the area to be treated for 4 weeks prior to your procedure.
- Avoid professional chemical peels close to the procedure site for 4 weeks prior to your treatment
Mesotherapy Aftercare Advice
- If any redness persists do not go back to using glycolic acid until it is resolved
- Skin may feel dry and tight, this is quite normal. Please use extra moisturiser
- Do not use a sunbed, sunbathe, sauna or steam bath for 24 hours after Mesotherapy
- Always use recommended sun protection
- Avoid electrolysis, waxing, bleaching (face) for 5 days
- Do not swim in chlorinated water for 3-5 days
- No excessive exercise immediately after
- Make up can be applied, mineral is recommended
- Take directed advice if undergoing laser or IPL treatment
- Pregnancy and breast feeding
- Use of Roaccutane
- Laser treatment
- Broken skin
- Active Eczema/Psoriasis
- Chemotherapy and radiation
- Active herpes simplex (cold sores)
- Recent radiation
- Recent wounds
- Hypertrophic/keyloid scars
- Recent cryotherapy
Indications for Treatment
- Skin texture
- Surface laxness
- Skin brilliance
- Pore size
- Fine wrinkles
- Acne scarring
- Skin tone
- Sun damage
Monday: 10am - 6pm
Tuesday: 10am - 10pm
Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 10pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10.30am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm