MESOTHERAPY AND MESOLIFT
Anti-aging mesotherapy has effect on the skin by strengthening it and giving it a sparkle. It corrects a moderate sagging of the skin and helps prevent its aging. Mesotherapy also improves the skin appearance of oily and acne skins.
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PRINCIPLE OF MESOTHERAPY AND MESOLIFT
Revitalizing mesotherapy is a medical technique developed in the 1950s. It consists of local and superficial injections of natural products: vitamins, micronutrients and hyaluronic acid which allows a rehydration of the skin.
Mesotherapy stimulates the blood circulation at the level of the capillaries and increases the supply of oxygen to the skin and increases the production of collagen.
OBJECTIVE OF MESOTHERAPY
Cosmetic and anti-aging mesotherapy simply re-hydrates and redensifies your skin to rejuvenate it, both on the face and on the whole body, realizing a true mesolift. It gives a real shine to the skin.
Mesotherapy also stimulates hair regrowth and fortifies the scalp.
Unlike hyaluronic acid, anti-aging mesotherapy does not allow to fill the wrinkles.
HOW IS A MESOTHERAPY SESSION PERFORMED
The anti-aging mesotherapy and mesolift session can be performed at Laclinic-Montreux, or at the Beauty Suite in Lausanne, (only 30 minutes from Geneva by train).
Before the session, an anesthetic cream is applied on the area to be treated, in order to remove any painful sensation during the treatment.
Anti-aging mesolift consists of a superficial injection in the dermis of a mix of vitamins, minerals and hyaluronic acid, with a very small needle. The injection is done either with a conventional syringe or with an injector “gun”.
The session lasts about 20 minutes.
WHAT RESULTS CAN I EXPECT, IN HOW MUCH TIME AND HOW MANY SESSIONS?
The result is visible right after the first session. The skin is tightened, rehydrated with a change in the complexion radiance. As the sessions progress, the skin will become firmer and firmer.
In order to obtain an optimal result, Dr. Jean-Charles BAYOL recommends a protocol of two sessions per month (every two weeks) for three months, with a maintenance session every 2 or 3 months.