Mesotherapy is a widely used cosmetic procedure that triggers the regeneration of skin cells and their recovery. However, the traditional method involves the use of injections, which brings a certain discomfort during the procedure, so increasingly, both cosmetologists and clients prefer the non-injection mesotherapy.
The non-injecting procedure is based on applying a special mixture of medications with the addition of vitamin complexes to the skin of the face. Then a specialist performs a hardware effect on the applied composition. In cosmetology, it is possible to use devices having ionic, laser and magnetic influence on skin cells, and also cryo-devices are widely used. In contrast to injection mesotherapy, non-injection is painless. The only exception is the feeling of a slight tingling sensation and the appearance of small redness, which passes quickly enough.
Pros of non-injection mesotherapy
Needleless therapy is gaining its popularity due to the absence of painful skin punctures, ugly dots in the places of injections, and the recovery period. If there are no contraindications, it may be used in adolescence. It is worth noting the sterility of this method because the risk of pathogenic bacteria entering the bloodstream is excluded. A qualified specialist can make the necessary composition on their own or offer ready-made ampoules.
Cons of non-injection therapy
The biggest disadvantage of this type of mesotherapy is a quite high cost and relatively low efficiency of the procedure in case of strong age-related changes in the skin.
Indications for use
- appearance of wrinkles
- sagging skin
- scars of various etymologies
- stretch marks
- bruises under the eyes
- double chin
It can also be used to combat excessive dryness and peeling of the skin, active sebaceous glands, and open pores.
Non-injection mesotherapy is contraindicated in oncological diseases and dysfunctions of the central nervous system. It is necessary to exclude the procedure for those who have a pacemaker installed, noted allergic reactions, and increased skin sensitivity.
It is worth noting that pregnant and lactating women should refuse this anti-aging procedure. The use of non-injecting therapy for skin inflammations and cholelithiasis is excluded.
Under the hardware effect, the drugs enter the deep layers of the skin and can penetrate the body with blood flow, which can negatively affect the general physiological state.
Very often in non-injection therapy, hyaluronic acid is used, which makes the skin supple, saturates it with the necessary moisture, and also adds vitamin C and glycolic acid. Thanks to these components, the result is visible after the first treatment and is preserved for quite a long time.