Mesotherapy is a modern and widely used method in aesthetic dermatology, which along with hyaluronic fillers and other injectable procedures has revolutionized aesthetic medicine. The skillful combination of mesotherapy with other aesthetic procedures is the modern adequate counteraction to the aging process and the preservation of a youthful appearance without surgical intervention.
Mesotherapy of the face and body treats many skin conditions such as blemishes, sun spots, skin blemishes, birthmarks, acne, fistulas, acne scars, stretch marks from childbirth, stretch marks that occur with weight gain, herpes zoster. It affects the aging of the facial skin, smoothes wrinkles, lifts, hydrates and evens the complexion.
For patients with dehydrated and faded skin without radiance, mesotherapy for hydration and rejuvenation gives excellent results. The main problem in such conditions is depleted hyaluronic acid in the skin. Therefore, the main ingredient of mesococktails injected in mesotherapy for hydration and rejuvenation are hyaluronic acid in combination with vitamins and minerals. The injection is made into the superficial layer of the skin or directly into the dermis. The procedure restores the lost hyaluronic acid content in the skin, revitalizes, tones, firms and hydrates, giving the patient a radiant and youthful appearance.
One of the manifestations of aging is a decrease in the openings around the eyes and mouth due to sagging of the skin around them. The goal of mesobotox is to relax the correct muscles and cause the eyes and mouth to reopen without loss of facial expression and facial expressions. The procedure is also called a botulinum toxin mesolift.
Mesolifting vitalizes and brightens the face, smoothes wrinkles, improves skin elasticity and restores its natural composition. Mesolifting activates the synthesis of elastin and collagen, thus firming, smoothing and restoring the skin. Mesolifting is a procedure that can be applied to any part of the face, neck, décolletage and arm area.
Mesotherapy for the treatment of stretch marks regenerates the skin and reduces both white and red stretch marks. Stretch marks occur when there is damage to the subdermal collagen as well as damage and dehydration of the elastin fiber matrix. The active ingredients used in mesotherapy for stretch marks stimulate the formation of new collagen and elastin, tighten the collagen matrix and hydrate certain areas of the skin.
There are a variety of mesotherapy products on the market, with different compositions aimed at correcting one or more skin problems. Some contain anti-aging vitamins and minerals and antioxidants such as A, D, E, selenium, ginkgo biloba, hyaluronic acid, peptides, coenzymes, fatty acids, amino acids and growth factors together. Some products contain stem cells, while others use salmon-derived collagen to refresh cells, vitamins and selenium to plump skin and balance moisture. The most common ingredients of mesotherapy products contain: hyaluronic acid; vitamins A, C, D, E, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6; magnesium; selenium; copper; nucleic acid; amino acids or zinc. For some active products 1 treatment is sufficient, while for others 3-4 treatments may be needed at intervals.
Mesotherapy is an injectable procedure in which the active product is introduced into the skin by injection. The sensation of pain depends on the individual tolerance of each patient and can vary widely. The application of an anaesthetic cream and the use of special extremely fine needles (such as those for insulin) greatly reduces discomfort during the procedure.
The doctors-dermatologists at Skin Line Clinic Sofia and Varna are certified and trained to work with all mesotherapies registered on the Bulgarian market.