Mesotherapy is a popular injection procedure that can be used to correct many skin conditions in aesthetic medicine: excessive dryness, skin dehydration, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne, stretch marks, scars, hair loss, etc.
History of the mesotherapy procedure
There are many versions of the history of the formation of mesotherapy techniques as such. One of the most popular is outlined by one of its authoritative followers, Dr. Denis Laurent - President of the French Society of Mesotherapy (SFM).
Mesotherapy is the result of an ingenious idea that arose in the head of a village doctor, Dr. Michel Pistor, who learned to influence the places as close as possible to the focus of the disease for therapeutic purposesDenis Laurent, President of the French Society of Mesotherapy
Many doctors made attempts in this area long before him, but Michel Pistor was the first to formulate all the developments in a clear and reasonable method.
In 1952, Michel Pistor used the drug procaine to treat asthma. Treatment with procaine did not work for the underlying disease, but this patient, who had been deaf for many years, began to hear the ringing of bells ringing day and night in his village. It was then that the doctor came up with the idea to use the medicine to treat the ears, but already topically, the results were quite convincing. In the course of this experimental treatment, Michel Pistor decided that the medicine should be injected as close to the “problem” as possible and formulated the so-called postulate in mesotherapy: Peu, rarement au bon endroit, which literally means: “Rarely, little and in the right place” , which is still valid.
Mesotherapy is an injection technique recognized all over the world
Mesotherapy is a non-surgical skin rejuvenation aimed at correcting problem areas on the face and body using meso cocktails.
Mesotherapy involves injecting mesococktails directly into the dermis, bypassing the epidermal barrier, through which many ingredients of applied cosmetics are not absorbed. It nourishes and rejuvenates the skin, replenishes the necessary reserves, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin and improving metabolic processes in the skin.
Indications for mesotherapy
The main indications for mesotherapy are:
- dryness and dehydration;
- loss of firmness and elasticity;
- mimic wrinkles;
- scars and scars;
- dull complexion;
- in an acne treatment program;
- hair loss or alopecia.
When mesotherapy is prohibited, contraindications
- blood clotting disorder;
- autoimmune diseases;
- exacerbation of somatic diseases;
- herpes at the site of the procedure;
- violation of the integrity of the skin at the site of the procedure;
- individual intolerance to any of the components of the drug.
When drawing up a course, it is important to take into account the individual characteristics of each specific case, including age, skin condition and its features. A certified experienced specialist at Venus Clinic will help you choose the right drug and make the best course. We will take into account all your wishes, tell you how the procedure will take place, what results should be expected and help you get the maximum effect, thanks to the possibility of combining mesotherapy with a wide selection of hardware, laser and cosmetic procedures in our clinic.
Read more about mesotherapy in the section - Mesotherapy.
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