Does Mesotherapy for Skin Rejuvenation really work?

If you are looking for a way to rejuvenate your tired complexion a Mesotherapy facial may be the answer. Mesotherapy has been used to treat various medical conditions for many years, but has now become an in-demand facial treatment that promises youthful, glowing skin. Despite its success some individuals are still curious to find out – does Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation really work.

Mesotherapy facial treatment
Mesotherapy is a non-surgical injection treatment designed to rejuvenate the skin. It is completely natural and very safe. Treatment involves the injection of a mix of nutritive ingredients into the deep dermal layer of the skin, where they work to hydrate and plump the skin.

The mix of ingredients may include vitamins, peptides, amino acids, and minerals. The combination used will depend on the condition of your skin, as well as the area being treated. Treatment time ranges from 60-70 minutes.

Does Mesotherapy really work?
Mesotherapy is very effective for skin rejuvenation, because the ingredients used are injected directly into the layer of the skin, where they are most needed. The ingredients combine to reduce wrinkles, and improve the condition of the skin.

Mesotherapy also boosts the production of collagen and elastin, which are proteins that reinforce the structure of the skin. Increased collagen levels will improve the elasticity and hydration of the skin, and also have an anti-aging impact.

The procedure can also help to correct damage caused by free radicals, and also improves the complexion. The skin is noticeably clearer, and looks refreshed and radiant after Mesotherapy facial treatment.

Contact Wellcare Medical Centre, Kingston, QLD, to find out more about Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation, as well as our other services. Call (07) 3133 4483 today to book an appointment.

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