Mesotherapy

From 100€ (VAT included)

PRICES per treatment

Eyes €100

Neck €100

Décolleté €100

Face €150

Face, Neck and Décolleté €200

Hair loss - scalp from €100

Hands €100

 

Mesotherapy is a non- surgical treatment that involves a series of small injections of a solution that contains hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals and amino acids delivered into the mesodermal layer of the skin.

Both men and women, use Mesotherapy for treating facial conditions such as acne scars, uneven skin tone, dull skin, fine lines and skin sagging. 

 

Treated skin conditions:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles 
  • Eyes - Dark circles, puffy eyes, tired looking eyes
  • Dull looking skin
  • Tighten loose skin
  • Lighten pigmentation 
  • Hair loss or post hair transplant
  • Stretch marks 

 

Mesotherapy may help prevent hair loss, improve hair quality, and stimulate hair growth. 

The objective of this treatment is to restore and increase microcirculation in the scalp, provide nutrients, slow down the shrinking of follicles, and stimulate hair growth.

 

With minimal downtime – a little bruising and swelling may occur.

Our aestheticians can apply mineral foundation to cover it in case you have to return to work immediately after your treatment. Redness will normally subside within 48 hours.

Mesotherapy is ideal if you don’t want to go down the Botox and Fillers route but rather aim to achieve natural glowing look and nourish your skin from the inside out 

 

During your consultation, we will address any of your concerns and draw up an individualised treatment plan so you can be assured of obtaining the best results possible.

Treatment Frequency:

Evaluated on a case-by-case basis but the basic protocol is:

Stage 1 -  4 treatments with 14 days interval

Stage 2 -  1 treatment per month for 2 months

Stage 3 -  Maintenance treatments - 1-2 treatments every 6 months

 

Microneedling vs Mesotherapy 

Mesotherapy combines a bespoke cocktail of powerful vitamins, which are injected into the lower layers of the skin using a syringe with one needle, whereas microneedling gently moves multiple microscopic needles over the face to cause miniscule puncture marks, activating the production of collagen and elastin.