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Mesotherapy is a modern medical method of rejuvenation of the face, neck, chest and hands. Mesotherapy involves inserting different active substances by microinjection into the surface layers of the skin (where preparation for care cannot reach) to its rejuvenation, rehydration, improving the structure and reduction of pigmentation. The composition of active substances “cocktails” depends entirely on the condition of the skin and the effect you wish to achieve.

Does mesotherapy hurts?

Mesotherapy is a non-invasive and extremely delicate procedure and therefore must be carried out by doctors who are specially trained. The method is comfortable, and minimally discomfortable if you treat sensitive regions such as the upper lip, the upper and lower eyelids, hands … The procedure takes about 30 minutes and gently tightening, burning sensation and slight redness are normal side effect for sensitive skin. You can return to your daily activities immediately after the treatment.

How many treatments do I need?

Number and rhythm of repetition of treatment are very individual and depend on the needs of the client, the type of cocktails as well as a possible combination with other anti-aging method. Standard cocktails are applied in a series of 4 to 6 treatments in 2 weeks. Maintenance of results depends solely on the wish of customers, but a standard for repeating procedures is from 6 months to a year.

When to start with mesotherapy treatments?

For mesotherapy is never early, because this treatment is the best way to get the maximum delay for appearance of wrinkles. The optimal time for the first mesotherapy is 25 years, but the girlswho start going to solarium as very young with mesotherapy treatment at 19 years. Mesotherapy does not stop the aging process, but it significantly slows down. It is not sufficient by itself and is often combined with other anti-aging procedures such as chemical peels, laser …

Body mesotherapy


Mesotherapy is a medical technique of inserting different active substances by microinjection into the layers of skin and subcutaneous tissue to eliminate cellulite and skin tightening.

What are the benefits of mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy, compared to other methods of cellulite treatment (massage, devices based on vacuum, rollerblading, ultrasound) stands out for its efficiency and durability of results. Mesotherapy can be successfully implemented at the client with “varicose veins” in which all other methods are contraindicated.

How many treatments do I need?

Since the active substance is being injected directly into a layer of skin from which cellulite comes, the method is very effective. Primarily acting on strengthening the binder and improve microcirculation, the skin rapidly becomes taut, smooth, gaining vigor and thereby the phenomenon of “orange peel” disappears. The number of treatments depends on the individual and the stage of cellulite to be treated, first results are visible after 2 to 3 treatments. The procedure takes from 15 to 30 minutes depending on the size of the region to be treated. It is necessary from 6 to 10 treatments with an interval of 7 to 15 days, and it only depends on the type of cocktail.

If you take care of your life habits, you can be sure that your cellulite problem is solved for a long time.

Mesotherapy is not a method of weight loss.



Lipolysis is a non-operational technique for successfully elimination of fat deposits (pads) from the face and body. This is the only alternative to surgical liposuction. Lipolysis involves injecting lipolytic directly into the fat tissue. Pricks are minimally painful because of usage of a very fine needle.

Is there a difference between lipolysis and mesotherapy?

Liposuction, just as mesotherapy, is not a method for losing weight. Lipolysis is used solely as a method of reshaping the body. Mesotherapy strengthens connective tissues and is essential for tensioning the skin, and the elimination of cellulite, lipolysis, on the other hand melts fat deposits, because injected enzymes lead to complete degradation of fat cells, which are then gradually eliminated from the body in a natural way in order not to burden the body further. With the combination of these two methods you can get the best results.

How many treatments do I need?

Lipolysis is not an “instant” method, but a gradual process of fat breakdown that occurs within 4 to 8 weeks. For this reason, the first results can be seen after 3-4 weeks. Usually, 4 to 6 treatments is needed, depending on the region to be treated. Lipolysis is not the ideal method for the treatment of large area, because there is a physiologically maximum that client can have in a single procedure. Size of the region to be treated depends on this maximum. Treatments are repeated at intervals of 7 to 15 days depending on the area to be treated and the amount of enzyme that is injected.

Are there any side-effects after treatment?

Redness, itching, bruising and intense swelling are normal side effects of lipolysis. The swelling is most intense in the next 24-72h, and completely withdrew after a few days. Pain is present and is reminiscent of sore muscles. The intensity of side-effects depends solely on the sensitivity and skin type.

When you cannot have lipolysis?

Contraindications for lipolysis are pregnancy, breast-feeding, diabetes, autoimmune diseases…

What results can I expect?

Lipolysis is not a method of weight loss but procedure which successfully removes localized fat deposits. With lipolysis, you cannot lose weight but centimeters. Unlike other methods that achieve results by reducing the size of fat cells, lipolysis can lead to a reduction in the number of fat cells and the results are permanent if you take good care of living habits, especially about nutrition.