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Product Summary

  • Mesolift for skin rejuve­nation & regeneration
  • For glowing, radiant skin that is moisturised 
  • Tightens connective tissue, ideal for the treatment of cellulite
  • Treats sun damaged skin and pigmen­tation disorders
  • Mesohair to promote natural hair growth
  • Creates an optimal environment for fibro­blasts & combats free radicals
  • Minimally invasive, gentle treatment with no downtime
  • Usually no anaes­thesia necessary; largely painless treatment
  • Price per treatment: depending on treatment area (see price list)
  • Suitable for all skin types at any time of the year

What is a mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive treatment, proven through decades of research, which is used in aesthetic medicine for skin rejuve­nation, regene­ration and for the treatment of hair loss. It is a parti­cu­larly gentle method, largely free of side effects, in which fine needles penetrate the skin to a maximum depth of 0.5 milli­metres. This micro-injection technique trans­ports valuable ingre­dients into the skin layer below the skin surface, where they can effec­tively unfold their impact.

The compo­sition of the active ingre­dients is deter­mined indivi­dually for each patient and depends on their specific needs and the goal of the treatment.

Mesolift describes the skin-tightening property of mesotherapy, which has a parti­cular effect on smoother and firmer skin on the face, neck and body.

Mesohair refers to the treatment of the scalp to speci­fi­cally slow down existing hair loss, stop it or slow down age-related (as well as circular) hair loss. The therapy can be used for hormone-dependent or non-hormone-dependent hair loss, but not for scarring hair loss. After a few treat­ments, the treated thinning areas become denser and the patient regains a more youthful appearance.

Mesocel­lulite describes the treatment of orange peel skin mostly on the buttocks, legs or abdomen. The targeted intro­duction of nutrients stimu­lates the metabolism and fat burning, resulting in tightening of the connective tissue. Stubborn fat deposits can also be treated with mesocel­lulite and is supported by an existing sports and nutrition program.

The cocktail of active ingre­dients in mesotherapy is composed of various ingre­dients including hyalu­ronic acid, natural vitamins (A, B, C, E), coenzymes, antioxi­dants, amino acids, trace elements (e.g., zinc, copper) and organic substances. It is injected into the skin at the respective treatment site with fine needles or during micro­needling through fine cannulas.

We also use the prepa­ration NCTF 135 HA, which contains hyalu­ronic acid and a polyre­vi­ta­lising complex with 59 ingre­dients. In vitro studies and in vivo studies prove its effec­ti­veness in the under­lying skin layer: fibro­blast stimu­lation increases by 148% on average, collagen stimu­lation +256% and free radical reduction decreases by more than 90%. In addition, skin thickness improves by about 20% and skin density by 24%.

Advan­tages of mesotherapy

What are the advan­tages of mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy can be applied to the scalp, face and body. The following benefits are associated with this treatment:

  1. Tightening and smoothing of the skin: the skin already looks firmer after the treatment and beyond, has a signi­fi­cantly stronger tone and density. Especially strained or weak connective tissue due to pregnancy, weight gain, or progressive aging all of which can benefit greatly from this effect.
  2. Improved skin texture: The entire skin texture appears more even, the skin is radiant and glowing again. Sagging, tired and dehydrated skin looks fresh, supple and moistu­rised again.
  3. Many areas of appli­cation: mesotherapy can be applied to the face, neck, body and scalp. It can also be used to treat specific areas such as the inner thighs and arms, eye contours and the abdomen.
  4. Preventive method: the treatment has a signi­ficant anti-aging effect and prevents the causes of skin aging. Super­ficial wrinkles are smoothed, the density of the under­lying skin layer – speci­fi­cally the dermis - is increased, the skin is protected from free radicals and cell formation is stimu­lated. The treatment has healing and preventive effects at the same time.
  5. Minimally invasive method: In aesthetic medicine, a maximum injection depth of 0.5 milli­metres is achieved. The method is not only gentle, but also effective due to the targeted injection of ingre­dients into the middle layer of the skin. The treatment is largely painless. Anaes­thesia can be applied as an ointment if desired by the patient.

Further advan­tages include:

  • No general anaesthesia
  • No surgery, no incision and no scars
  • Good tolerance according to experience
  • Has a firming effect
  • No downtime, very short healing phase

Who should not get a mesotherapy?

The treatment is not recom­mended in case of:

  • Skin rashes, skin diseases (e.g., herpes, eczema, neuro­der­ma­titis) or irritated skin.
  • Inflammatory acne
  • Acute viral diseases of the face
  • Patients with fresh wounds or wound healing disorders
  • Patients under­going treatment (e.g., Roaccutane, photo­sen­si­tising drugs)
  • Patients with diabetes, cardio­vas­cular diseases, cancer, blood clotting problems or paralysis
  • Sunburn
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding

How much does a mesotherapy cost?

Current prices for mesotherapy are based on treatment area(s):

Face CHF 300
Eyes CHF 200
Neck CHF 300
Décolleté CHF 300
Neck & décolleté CHF 500
Abdomen CHF 300
Upper arms CHF 300
Thighs CHF 400
Scalp (against hair loss) single treatment CHF 250
Scalp (against hair loss) in a package of 5 CHF 1’000
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Who will benefit from mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is suitable for patients who

  • suffer from (circular) hair loss or would like to slow down or prevent it
  • want to reduce the effects of aging such as fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin
  • want a fresher, more radiant complexion
  • have skin damaged by sun exposure
  • want to give their skin more tone and elasticity
  • want to support the effec­ti­veness of other treat­ments such as micro­needling, Genius Mini-Lifting
  • suffer from cellulite /​orange peel skin

Our mesotherapy can be performed on both men and women.

Before treatment, a consul­tation is conducted to analyse your need(s) and the condition of the treatment area. Informing us in case of any illnesses you may have, whether you are under­going treatment or taking medication. The prere­quisite for mesotherapy is healthy skin free of irritation and the exclusion of diseases.

The following cases exclude treatment:

  • Skin rashes, skin diseases (e.g., herpes, eczema, atopic derma­titis) or irritated skin.
  • Inflammatory acne
  • Acute viral illness on the face
  • Patients with fresh wounds or wound healing disorders
  • Patients under­going treatment (e.g., Roaccutane, photo­sen­si­tizing drugs)
  • Patients with diabetes, cardio­vas­cular disease, cancer, blood clotting problems or paralysis
  • Sunburn
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding

The treatment is not recom­mended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

What areas can be treated with a mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is usually applied to the scalp, face, neck, décolleté and body.

When you come to our practice for your treatment, we can discuss the possible areas that could benefit from this procedure. We offer free consul­ta­tions so you can learn more about your options before deciding if and what kind of mesotherapy is right for you.

Procedure: How does a mesotherapy treatment proceed?

1. Before the treatment:

At the beginning of the first session, our expert will have a consul­tation with you. This will determine your desired result and treatment area. We will inform you about mesotherapy and about the appro­priate mix of selected active substances, including amino acids and coenzymes. This mixture is deter­mined exactly for each patient indivi­dually. We also inform you about possible risks and the realistic results to be expected. Then, before starting, we agree on the type and duration of the therapy in order to achieve optimal results.

After the consul­tation, the session is started.

Treatment on the face, neck or body: The area to be treated is cleaned.

2. During the treatment:

On the face and body, the cocktail of active ingre­dients is injected into the corre­sponding area. The skin is soothed with a cooling mask and finally a nourishing cream is applied.

In a treatment of the scalp – through the mesohair treatment - the mixture of ingre­dients is injected directly into the scalp. The micro­in­jec­tions are made especially in the areas affected by hair loss.

3. After the treatment:

Due to the gentle injection technique, most patients find mesotherapy pleasant. On the day of treatment, patients should refrain from sports or sauna sessions. In the following days it is advisable to avoid direct sunlight and solarium visits. Depending on the treatment site, it is also recom­mended to avoid irritating cosmetic products.

If you experience skin irritation, itching or other problems after the treatment, you can contact us at any time. We are here for you.

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What to expect after a mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy causes the penetration of certain active ingre­dients into the tissue - deeper than creams are able to do - and cause cell stimu­lation and skin regene­ration, including the formation of new collagen. The connective tissue is streng­thened and the skin regains thickness, density and tone. The results are even more effective in combi­nation with micro­needling or Genius Mini-Lifting. The lasting success of the therapy depends on the skin condition /​initial condition of the scalp and the aftercare or lifestyle of the patient.

After a mesolift, the skin is radiant, gains volume, shine and moisture. The skin texture is more even and smooth. Fine lines, wrinkles and crow's feet are visibly reduced. The overall appearance of the skin is more youthful and vital.

The Mesohair treatment stimu­lates the hair roots and supplies the scalp with valuable ingre­dients. The hair gains elasticity, strength and volume. Light areas of hair become denser. The treatment also helps against excessive sebum production and dandruff.

Mesocel­lulite treatment streng­thens connective tissue and stimu­lates metabolism. The area affected by orange peel skin is signi­fi­cantly firmer and smoother. The results can be sustainably optimized with nutrition and fitness.

We offer free consul­ta­tions so you can learn more about your options before deciding if and which mesotherapy is right for your needs.

Does a mesotherapy help against stretch marks?

Stretch marks occur when connective tissue is stretched exces­sively and can be caused by pregnancy, weight gain, growth spurts or muscle building. To reduce stretch marks, we recommend mesotherapy in combi­nation with other methods to achieve an optimal result.

How does a mesotherapy work?

In mesotherapy, a valuable mix of ingre­dients is injected into the middle layer of the skin. Fine needles or, in micro­needling, fine cannulas that penetrate a few milli­metres into the skin are used for the injection. The target area to be treated is the middle layer of the skin, where the ingre­dients should act. This mixture includes components of hyalu­ronic acid, vitamins, amino acids and antioxi­dants, as well as organic substances.

These active ingre­dients promote cell stimu­lation and the formation of collagen - the most important fibrous component of the skin - which degrades over the years due to the natural aging process. The build-up of collagen is therefore associated with an anti-aging effect, as it increases skin elasticity, making the skin firmer and smoother. Certain active ingre­dients, such as hyalu­ronan, bind water and ensure that the skin is hydrated and plump. Weak connective tissue can thus be supported and streng­thened again.

How does a mesotherapy feel and is it painful?

As a rule, mesotherapy is perceived as pleasant by the majority of patients. Anaes­thesia is applied in the form of an ointment if desired.

What are the possible risks and side effects of mesotherapy?

A slight burning sensation may be felt during the treatment. After treatment, the skin may be slightly red and swollen. In rare cases, hematomas may occur.

How long does the recovery take?

Mesotherapy does not require any downtime. In rare cases, redness and swelling may occur after treatment, however, usually social activities can be resumed after the session without any restrictions.

Can I do sports after the mesotherapy?

We recommend that you do not engage in sports activities immediately after the treatment. You can resume sports activities from the following day.

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How long is the skin sensitive after mesotherapy treatment?

This is a gentle procedure. As mentioned, in rare cases the skin may be slightly red or swollen. However, these symptoms should subside after 1-2 days at the latest.

How long does it take to see results with the mesotherapy?

Immediately after treatment on the face, neck or décolleté, the skin is firmer, glowing, moistu­rised and feels smoother.

The success of the treatment for fine lines, wrinkles, crow's feet as well as cellulite depends strongly on the skin condition at the beginning of the treatment, the aftercare and the patient's lifestyle. After the first three sessions, the skin is already firmer, pores are refined and connective tissue is streng­thened. For a long-lasting effect, we recommend repeating the mesotherapy in the intervals of 4 weeks thereafter.

Mesohair already shows a reduction in hair loss after the first treat­ments for more than 80% of patients. After eight to 12 weeks, the hair is signi­fi­cantly fuller and stronger.

On average, we recommend 3 to 6 treat­ments at intervals of 2 to 4 weeks to achieve the desired results. However, the type and duration of therapy is deter­mined on an individual basis.

Feel free to book a free consul­tation appointment so that we can discuss how many treat­ments you need to achieve your desired results. This will also allow us to estimate when you are likely to achieve your desired result.

Can I enhance the mesotherapy results with additional treatments?

Yes. Through certain treat­ments for skin regene­ration or rejuve­nation, such as micro­needling /​Genius mini lifting, complement mesotherapy. In addition, more mature skin in parti­cular benefits from the combi­nation, as mesotherapy supports the effec­ti­veness of microneedling.

How long do the results of mesotherapy last?

The treat­ments on the scalp strengthen the natural hair growth and thinning areas become denser. This slows down the age-related hair loss in the long term.

The results for improving skin texture and streng­thening connective tissue on the face, neck and body is highly dependent on the patient's lifestyle and how the skin was at the beginning of the treatment. In case of cellulite, the results can be optimised in combi­nation with nutrition and fitness. This slows down the age-related sagging of the skin and the breakdown of collagen in the long term. For long-lasting results, we recommend using mesotherapy regularly.

How many sessions are needed?

The type and duration of therapy is discussed at the beginning of the treatment and depends on the initial situation of the skin/​texture or the severity of the hair loss, the goal of the treatment, the aftercare and the lifestyle of the patient.

On average, we recommend 3 to 6 treat­ments at intervals of 2 to 4 weeks to achieve the first lasting results.

We offer free consul­ta­tions and are happy to talk to you about whether a mesotherapy is right for you and roughly how many treat­ments are necessary for your goal.

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What makes mesotherapy different from other methods? What makes the procedure unique?

Mesotherapy is a parti­cu­larly gentle, minimally invasive method to supply the under­lying, middle layer of the skin with active ingre­dients. This enables cell stimu­lation, the formation of collagen and elastin which serves to tighten and rejuvenate the skin. Fine needles are injected into the skin to a maximum of 0.5 milli­metres, without causing signi­ficant stress to the skin surface. Social activities can be resumed after the session without any restrictions.

The therapy is a micro-injection technique that does not remove the top or deeper layers of the skin compared to most chemical or mecha­nical peels. Compared to laser therapies and radio­fre­quency methods, no heat is used to treat the skin. As a result, the skin is less sensitive overall, requires minimal or no healing period, and is not as sensitive to sun exposure.

In addition, no therapy offers a better, more effective method of injecting an indivi­dually deter­mined mixture of ingre­dients, treating neither too super­fi­cially nor too deeply into the bloodstream.

Other advan­tages over alter­native methods:

  • No downtime
  • No surgery, no incision and no scars
  • Can be used during the summer months

When and how was mesotherapy discovered?

Mesotherapy was developed by French physician Michel Pistor in 1952 and incor­po­rates elements from acupuncture and neural therapy. The term "meso" comes from the Greek word "middle" and refers to the mesoderm - the middle cotyledon develops during embryo­ge­nesis and forms in the third week of develo­pment. In mesotherapy, this skin layer is targeted.

Since the discovery of mesotherapy, there are a number of treatment areas. In medicine, it is used to treat injuries and diseases such as rheumatism, migraine, wound healing and circulatory disorders, or osteo­ar­thritis. In aesthetic medicine, the diversity of the therapy is also apparent, such as the treatment of wrinkles, dehydrated skin, thinning hair and cellulite, among others.

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