Aesthetic treatment

Cosmetic Acupuncture and homeomesotherapy are the natural ways to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and support a healthy complexion, to strengthens the facial muscles and improve the elasticity of the skin.

Mesotherapy is a well known technique of intracutaneous injections, which is widely used in aesthetic field for anti-age treatment, treatment of cellulite, stria’s, and scars.

The use of the natural homeopathic medicines makes this method more comfortable for the client (many of allopathic solutions contain the ingredients, which make the injections rather painful), and decreases risk of allergic reactions and side effects.

Bio/homeomesotherapy improves the skin quality on your face, neck, decollete area and hands..

It is also used for hair loss treatment.

Advantages:

-  ingredients, which are injected intracutaneously, are more effective than the same ingredients in a topical cream;

-  multiple intracutaneous injections provide increasing microcirculation and collagen production in the skin.

For whom is this treatment (age, lifestyle…)

You can start using homeomesotherapy if you are in your late 30th or earlier if:

- you are smoker;

- you like sun and spend a lot of time on the seaside every year;

- you work  a lot and everyday stresses are already visible on your skin;

- you noticed that expensive creams are not as effective as before. 

Duration of the procedures

The time of procedure depends on treated area, volume of  injected solution, and type of your skin.  In average, it takes 30-45 minutes for the face and heck, 20-30 minutes for hair loss treatment, 15 minutes for hands and decollete area.

How many procedures are required?

You will need a course of 9-10 sessions, which you will get once a week. The first results will be visible after 5 sessions of homeomesotherapy. To keep the result after intensive course of anti-age treatment, you can get supporting procedure once a month.

 

*  Homeomesotherapy** does not fall under the conditions of NVA membership.

** Aesthetic procedures* are not covered by insurance companies.