Aesthetic medicine

Mesotherapy & Other Procedures

Aesthetic medicine is one of the youngest fields of medicine. It is based on minimally invasive, non-operational procedures, but these are more advanced treatments that interfere in the deeper layers of the skin, so they are much more efficient and quickly produce noticeable results (e.g. injectable fillers, microdermabrasion, mesotherapy, etc.).

Mesotherapy (from Greek “mesos” and “therapeia”) is a procedure involving the delivery of medicinal substances, regenerating or nutrients directly into the dermis.

The procedure used to revitalize, rebuild and nourish the skin of the face and body. Mesotherapy is used in the treatment of cellulite, stretch marks, prevention and treatment of hair loss and anti-aging, firming and moisturizing treatments.

Each of these procedures, although minimally invasive, may leave behind unwanted side effects, such as: localized inflammation, redness, pain, oedema, bruises, hematomas, swelling, skin hypersensitivity, itching, burning of the skin, etc. (symptoms of neurogenic inflammation of the skin).

However, patients are not condemned to feel discomfort after various aesthetic medicine procedures.

In order to fully minimize recovery time and quickly regenerate the skin after mesotherapy and other dermatological procedures, a modern neurocosmetics have been developed and recommended to use – the Arnizen and Meso-Arnizen cream-gel.

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