Facial mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a modern medical method of rejuvenating the skin of the face, neck, décolletage and fists. Mesotherapy involves the insertion of various active substances by micro-injections into the surface layers of the skin (to which no care products reach) in order to rejuvenate, rehydrate, improve the structure and reduce pigmentation. The composition of the active ingredients of the “cocktail” depends solely on the skin condition and the effect we want to achieve.

Mesotherapy is a non-invasive and extremely delicate procedure and must therefore be carried out by specially trained doctors. The method is comfortable, minimally unpleasant if sensitive regions such as earrings, upper and lower eyelids, hands are treated… The procedure takes about 30 minutes, and slight tightening, burning and slight redness are normal side effects in sensitive skin. Immediately after the treatment, you can return to your daily activities.

The number and rhythm of treatment repetition are very individual and depend on the needs of the client, the type of cocktail as well as the eventual combination with another anti age method. Standard cocktails are applied in a series of 4 to 6 treatments every 2 weeks. Keeping the results solely depends on the client’s preference, but some standard for repeat procedures is from 6 months to a year.

It is never early for mesotherapy because this treatment is the best way to delay the appearance of wrinkles. The optimum time for first mesotherapy is 25 years, but girls who, when they are very young, started using solarium can start with mesotherapy treatments at the age of 19. Mesotherapy does not stop the skin aging process, but it significantly slows it down. It is not enough by itself, so it is often combined with other anti-aging procedures such as chemical peels, lasers…

Body mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a medical technique for injecting various active substances with micro-injections into layers of the skin and subcutaneous tissue in order to eliminate cellulite and tighten the skin.

Mesotherapy stands out in comparison to other methods of cellulite treatment (manual massage, vacuum-based apparatus, rollerblading, ultrasound) because of its efficiency and long-lasting results. Mesotherapy can also be successfully performed in a client with “varicose veins” in which all other methods are contraindicated.

The method is non-invasive and comfortable, and depending on the cocktail used after the treatment, burning, redness, itching, and mild swelling may occur, which recede within a few hours. The bruises are a normal side effect, usually not large and disappear within a few days (3-7). You can return to your daily activities immediately after treatment.

Since the active substances are inserted directly into the skin layer from which the cellulite itself originates, the method is very effective. By acting primarily on strengthening the binder and improving microcirculation, the skin very quickly becomes tight, smooth, gaining strength on the core, thus losing the “orange peel” phenomenon. The number of treatments is individual and depends on the stage of the cellulite being treated, with the first results visible after 2 to 3 treatments. The procedure takes from 15 to 30 min depending on the size of the region being treated. 6 to 10 treatments should be done with a spacing of 7 to 15 days, and this depends solely on the type of cocktail.

If you take care of your lifestyle, be sure to solve the problem of cellulite for a long time.

Mesotherapy is not a method for weight loss.


Lipolysis is a non-surgical technique that successfully eliminates fat deposits (pads) from the face and body. As such, it is the only alternative to surgical liposuction. Lipolysis involves the injection of lipolytics directly into adipose tissue. The stitches are minimally painful as very fine needles are used.

Lipolysis, like mesotherapy, is not a method for losing weight. Lipolysis is used exclusively as a method for body reshaping. Mesotherapy strengthens the connective tissue and significantly affects the tightening of the skin and elimination of cellulite, while lipolysis literally melts the fat deposits, because the injected enzymes lead to the complete breakdown of fat cells, which are then eliminated naturally from the body gradually so as not to put additional strain on the body. The combination of the two methods produces the best results.

Lipolysis is not an “instant” method but a gradual process of fat breakdown that takes place within 4 to 8 weeks. The first results can therefore be seen only after 3-4 weeks. Usually 4 to 6 treatments are done depending on the region being treated. Lipolysis is not an ideal method for treating large areas because there is a physiological maximum that a client can receive within a single procedure. It depends on this physiological maximum how many smaller regions will be treated within one procedure. Treatments are repeated at intervals of 7 to 15 days depending on the region being treated and the amount of enzymes being injected.

Redness, itching, bruising and intense swelling are the normal side effects of lipolysis. The island is most intense for the next 24-72 hours, and it completely recovers after a few days. Pain is present and is reminiscent of muscle inflammation. The intensity of the pro-war effects depends solely on the sensitivity and skin type.

Contraindications for lipolysis are pregnancy, breastfeeding, diabetes, autoimmune diseases…

Lipolysis is not a method of weight loss but a procedure that successfully removes localized fat deposits. Lipolysis does not lose pounds but centimeters. Unlike other methods that only achieve a reduction in the size of fat cells, lipolysis leads to a decrease in the number of fat cells, so the results are lasting if you take care of your life habits, and especially your diet.