Treatments | Mesotheraphy for Cellulite

What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is the administration of substances injected locally. The amount of medication is small and administered via super-fine, short needles that allow for micro-injections throughout the area to be treated. The pharmacological action is maintained thanks to the repeated administration.

Do the substances used in mesotherapy cause intolerance and allergies?

The medications that are used for Mesotherapy are the same as those normally used systemically; it is, therefore, the doctor’s responsibility, with a careful medical history, to evaluate whether there are grounds for a potential allergy.

In the treatment of cellulite, Mesotherapy helps:

  • Improve circulation with a draining and detoxifying effect
  • Firm the skin by stimulating the physiological production of collagen and elastin
  • Improving the appearance of “orange peel” skin
  • Fat reduction when present

Which parts of the body can be treated with Mesotherapy for cellulite?

  • The upper and lower abdomen
  • The hips
  • The outer thighs (“saddlebags”)
  • The thighs
  • The knees
  • The arms

Mesotherapy for cellulite: is it painful, and what are the side effects? 

  • Mesotherapy is mildly uncomfortable
  • You may sometimes feel a slight burning sensation (depending on the medication)
  • Some bruising or bleeding

When do you see the results of Mesotherapy?

Depending on the type of cellulite, on average, you start to see an improvement after 3 to 5 sessions.

How long does the effect of Mesotherapy for cellulite last?

The results last if you maintain a healthy lifestyle, with proper nutrition and physical activity, otherwise they may be cancelled out. Cellulite must be considered a disease to be kept under constant control.

Who is a good candidate for Mesotherapy for cellulite?

  • Those with localised fat deposits
  • Those with cellulite in the early stages
  • Those who combine diet and exercise

Who can’t have Mesotherapy for cellulite?

  • Minors under the age of 18
  • During pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • If you are diabetic
  • In patients with infections
  • In immunocompromised patients
  • In individuals allergic to the specific drugs to be injected
  • In patients with liver and/or kidney failure
  • In patients suffering from obesity
  • In patients with coagulation and/or menstrual disorders
  • If you have cancer
  • If you have septicemia

What is the aftercare?

We recommend our patients wear sun protection factor and avoid extreme temperatures such as sauna, jacuzzi, sunbeds, and direct sunlight. Avoid make-up on the day of the treatment.

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