“Mesotherapy” is a non-surgical, minimally invasive drug delivery method that involves multiple intradermal or subcutaneous injections of a “melange” of compounds in minute doses. Plant extracts, homoeopathic agents, pharmaceuticals, vitamins, and other bioactive substances can be used for mesotherapy, but alcohol- or oil-based substances should not be used due to the risk of cutaneous necrosis.
Mesotherapy, also known as “biorejuvenation” or “biorevitalization,” is a skin rejuvenation technique that involves a transdermal injection of a multivitamin solution and natural plant extracts that are thought to improve the signs of skin ageing. Mesotherapy is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that aims to reduce problem areas in your body such as cellulite, excess weight, body contouring, and face/neck rejuvenation, to name a few. It is administered through a series of injections containing a variety of FDA-approved medicines, vitamins, and minerals.
Mesotherapy is used to:
- remove fat in areas like the stomach, thighs, buttocks, hips, legs, arms, and face
- reduce cellulite
- fade wrinkles and lines
- tighten loose skin
- recontour the body
- lighten pigmented skin
- treat alopecia, a condition that causes hair loss
In an exclusive interaction with Healthwire, Dr Rinki Kapoor, an eminent dermatologist in India explained about facial rejuvenation using mesotherapy for cellulite reduction and fat reduction:
“Well, in the process of mesotherapy subcutaneous injections are introduced into the mesoderm, the layer of fat and tissue underneath the skin. The content mixture of the injection varies depending on each unique case and specific area to be treated. Mesotherapy can also assist in reducing pain, and in replenishing hair loss in both men and women,” she said.