The upper layers of skin, the epidermis and dermis, function as protective barriers from environmental exposure. However, they also reduce the absorption of active nutrients present in topical applications aimed at regeneration. Mesotherapy gets through this barrier. Delivering nutrients directly into the mesoderm, the deepest layer of skin, it enables direct nutritional and therapeutic access to the blood vessels. As a result, it promotes rejuvenation and regeneration of skin tissue.
A well established procedure that uses a tiny needle, Mesotherapy causes barely any discomfort. In this gentle procedure, the dermatologist micro-injects a potent blend rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to the exact tissue area in the mesoderm. The exact formulation is customised by the dermatologist.
While the nutrients proceed do their job, the injections also create micro-channels in the skin which the body interprets as micro-injury and sends its army of red blood cells (RBC) to heal the area through the wound healing process. This means instantly improved circulation – with oxygen-rich blood. Improved blood circulation, in turn, lets the blood vessels come to their optimal size. As these capillaries get healthier, and the area better oxygenated, the purplish under-eye tinge disappears.
Moreover, Mesotherapy stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, essential for skin to thicken out and develop subdermal fat in precisely the right areas, helping correct the appearance of under-eye bags.
When it comes to reversing hair loss, it is essential to revitalise follicular nourishment. In Mesotherapy for the scalp, an injection gun is used to deliver a tonic containing minerals and vitamins in the layer of fat deep in the mesoderm. These replace the nutrients that the follicles have ceased to absorb. They also stimulate blood circulation, which in turn retards hair loss and reactivates hair growth.
Balding, loss of hair in patches and the progressive thinning of hair are all symptoms of alopecia. Dehydrotestosterone (DHT), a naturally-occuring hormone, is considered to be the primary culprit in hair loss and blocking this hormone is key to stopping hair loss. So if the root cause of hair loss is hormonal in nature, dehydrotestosterone (DHT) blockers are injected as well.