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Is your skin ready for summer?

Mesotherapy is a method of injecting various vitamins, minerals, vegetable ingredients and hyaluronic acid under the skin according to the needs of each skin. I mean, it's kind of like a beauty cocktail. Mesotherapy is sometimes a first step application for those who just want to add beauty to their beauty, sometimes to prevent signs of aging in their 20s and 30s, and sometimes to undo the symptoms of premature aging.

Under what conditions should it be preferred?

Mesotherapy, which is a very common method in the treatment of hair loss and cellulite, is aimed at cell renewal when applied to the skin, reducing wrinkles, ensuring the moisture content of the skin, opening the spots, antioxidant effect, and meeting the vitamins that the skin needs.

Harmful effects of chemicals such as stress, smoking, sun rays and makeup, especially pre-summer diets, poor nutrition, rapid weight loss accelerate the aging process of the skin. At an early age, paleness, mattity, blemishes, loss of elasticity and wrinkles may appear on the skin. With mesotherapy, it is possible to achieve all kinds of effects with a cocktail to be selected accordingly in which region of the skin, whatever it needs.

Which regions is it applied to?

Mesotherapy, which can also be applied to all areas of the face, neck, decolletage and hand area, including detention, varies according to the cocktail used, but is usually applied in 3-4 sessions at intervals of 1-2 weeks.

How long does it take?

A session lasts about 15-20 minutes and after the application can be immediately returned to normal life. It is one of the most important advantages of mesotherapy that it is a procedure that can be done even during a short lunch break for those who work at a high tempo, does not leave any traces on the skin after the procedure, can be done even on the sunniest days. Mesotherapy does not cause any side effects because it only acts on the area where it is applied, namely under the skin, and does not pass into the bloodstream.

 

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