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High Frequency Mesotherapy
Do you look in the mirror and see only your body’s imperfections? Whether it’s unsightly stretch marks, stubborn cellulite, fatty deposits or sagging skin, it can have a major impact on your self-esteem. If that sounds like you, the good news is that you don’t have to resort to cosmetic surgery to banish those imperfections.
Mesotherapy is an advanced treatment that nourishes and revitalises the skin using micro-needles to rapidly inject vitamins, minerals and hyaluronic acid into the target treatment areas. Dissolving fat cells and improving circulation, the treatment is able to eliminate cellulite and localise areas of fat that have so far proved resistant to dieting and exercise.
Mesotherapy is also able to reduce the appearance of stretch marks by stimulating the production of collagen, a naturally-occurring protein that acts as the body’s skin-healing mechanism. What’s more, it tightens the wrinkled skin left behind by fat loss, resulting in smooth, beautiful skin that will give your appearance a youthful, radiant glow.
All treatments are tailored to the individual and personal experiences and results may vary. We recommend a one to one consultation with our treatment co-ordinators to discuss your treatment options.
Mesotherapy is particularly effective at treating problems on the abdomen, legs and arms, but it can be used virtually anywhere on the body.
The procedure causes minimal discomfort, because the injections use fine needles that deliver their serum very quickly. We can apply an anaesthetic cream to numb your skin beforehand if necessary.
The number of treatments required for optimal results from mesotherapy varies from person to person, and will depend on the area and nature of what is being treated. As a general rule, we usually recommend a course of six treatments.
This treatment produces long-lasting results, depending on your lifestyle, age and skin condition. You may require maintenance courses to sustain optimal results.