Mesotherapy – Dermal Fillers with Hyaluronic Pen
The recognition of facial fillers for aesthetic rejuvenation is constantly growing. The demands for minimally and non-invasive alternatives to improve physical characteristics has fueled the increasing demand of hyaluronic pen dermal fillers in the spectrum of beauty treatments.
What is Hyaluronic Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is a procedure that uses meso injections of hormones, vitamins, enzymes, and plant extracts to rejuvenate, tone the skin, and remove excess fat. In case of Hyaluronic mesotherapy, hyaluronic pen is used instead of usual traditional injections to perform the treatment. This treatment was developed in 1952 in France by Dr. Michel Pistor. Originally used to relieve pain, it has since gained popularity in the United States and other parts of the world to treat various skin ailments in males and females over the age of 18.
Today, Mesotherapy is used to:
- Reduce fat in regions like the stomach, thighs, buttocks, hips, legs, arms, and face
- Decrease cellulite
- Reduce wrinkles and lines
- strengthen loose skin
- reshape the body
- Even pigmented skin
- cure hair loss or alopecia
The technique uses fine needles to deliver a series of injections into the skin's middle layer (mesoderm). The purpose of Mesotherapy is to correct underlying issues like poor circulation and inflammation that cause skin damage. There is not a standard formula for the substances injected in Mesotherapy.
Doctors use many different solutions, including:
- prescription medicines like vasodilators and antibiotics
- hormones such as calcitonin and thyroxin
- enzymes like collagenase and hyaluronidase
- herbal extracts
- vitamins and minerals
What is the cost of Mesotherapy?
The cost of Mesotherapy depends on the kind of treatment and number of sessions. Usually, a single session is between $250 and $600. Insurance companies do not cover most occasions since Mesotherapy is a cosmetic procedure and not a medical necessity.
In what areas is hyaluronic Mesotherapy applicable?
Hyaluronic Mesotherapy works well in any skin area that requires skin enhancement concerning texture, fine wrinkles, scars, and so on. The most common regions that hyaluronic Mesotherapy is applied are:
- In the face and neck area –as a treatment for skin radiating and reduction of the fine lines & wrinkles around the eye and mouth areas
- In acne scars
- In scars after burns and road accidents
- In fine wrinkles in the hands
What are the expected results?
Mesotherapy with hyaluronic is a practical, non-surgical treatment that significantly improves the skin's texture, the fine wrinkles in the face area, and acne scars. For the treatment to be effective and have permanent results, at least three consecutive therapies must be done even though effectiveness is clinically apparent from the first session. After the first session, patients have a more youthful appearance; the face feels renewed as fine wrinkles get reduced, and scars become less prominent. Sessions usually occur every 3-4 weeks, but this can vary according to the condition, quality of the skin, age, gender, location, and extent of the situation. Hyaluronic acid mesotherapy is not an alternative for Botox or facelift. During treatment with hyaluronic acid mesotherapy, it is crucial to increase water intake consumption, follow a healthy diet, and abstain from smoking. The average treatment effects can be seen to last long from 3-7 months depending on the kind of area treated, age and lifestyle factors.
How is mesotherapy using hyaluronic pen performed?
The main principle operation of the Hyaluronic Pen is based on pressure. By the means of a spring system, the hyaluronic acid is pressed at high speed through the syringes, creating a fine stream of hyaluronic acid that easily penetrates the skin. Directly under the skin the hyaluronic acid diffuses in the subcutaneous tissue. The amount, consistency, quality, and density of facial fat differ in different regions of the face. In the upper and lower eyelids, subcutaneous fat is virtually nonexistent. In the midface, there is a moderate amount of facial fat and this fat consists of globules which are not densely arranged. In the upper and lower lips and over the mentum, the subcutaneous fat is densely packed. The choice of using a 0.3ml or a 0.5ml syringe will strongly be dependent on which area is being treated. The goal of facial fillers is to plump, rejuvenate and change the facial surface contour. Facial convexities reflect light, and facial concavities create shadow. The objective of the facial fillers is to change the light-shadow interface.
The process of hyaluronic acid mesotherapy involves the administration of hyaluronic into the mesoderm or the middle layer of skin, fat, and connective tissue. The area to be treated is initially cleaned with antiseptic and applied with a local anesthetic cream. After numbing the area, a fine needle (the thickness of a hair) administers the hyaluronic. The process only lasts for a few minutes (5-10). There is usually no downtime in the case of Mesotherapy since the treatment is non-invasive. Directly after treatment, you can get back to everyday activities.
Precautions to be taken Post-treatment:
- Avoid sun exposure
- Avoid wearing make-up during the 12 hours following an injection
- Avoid extreme temperatures (intense cold, sauna) during the week following treatment
What are the side effects?
Side effects of hyaluronic acid mesotherapy are infrequent to occur. Possible side effects include:
- Pain during the administration of hyaluronic acid
- Bruise or scarring
- Hyaluronic Mesotherapy is an extremely safe treatment and is extremely rare to develop an allergy.
At the end of the day, no treatment is entirely safe! Even a microblading artist can injure a client’s eye if they are not careful enough. The Hyaluronic Pen is generally safer than traditional injectables in many aspects. As most terrible issues with injections occur from blocked blood vessels in case proper care is not taken while performing the procedure. The Hyaluron Pen is a much safer alternative than traditional injections as the liquid used is less thick and dense, thus, the risk is much smaller. Additionally, Since the procedure is needle-free and non-invasive, the effects and risks are also likely to be smaller.
The liquid used for the Hyaluron Pen fillers is hyaluronic acid, which the human body recognizes as it produces it naturally. Nonetheless, minor skin irritation cannot be ruled out as a side effect. There is always the possibility of allergic reaction to one or more of the ingredients used, but this will become apparent immediately on application by the appearance of redness.
Before & After Mesotherapy