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Mesoglow

skin care clinic in whitefield

skin care clinic in whitefield

skin care clinic in whitefield

skin care clinic in whitefield

skin care clinic in whitefield

MesoGlow involves mesotherapeutic infusion of substances into the skin. This has multiple rejuvenating and dehydrating effects. It is extremely safe, and is a terrific addition to Botox and fine line treatment with cosmetic fillers, giving your skin incredible radiance.

In Europe, MesoGlow is one of the most popular aesthetic applications of mesotherapy. It can be performed anywhere on the body but is commonly done on the face. The following is the formula used for prepration

In a 5cc syringe draw up 1cc of each of the following

  • Lidocaine 2% (without epinephrine)
  • Pentoxifylline 20mg/ml
  • Hyaluronic Acid 10mg/ml
  • Mixture of concentrated multi vitamin and mineral solution

You are then required to thoroughly wash your face with soap and it is paramount not to apply creams, lotions or make up. You may be offered an anesthetic cream, but it is not necessary as the procedure is quite comfortable. The needle entering the skin generally does not hurt, but the injection of the vitamin C containing solution feels like a mild bee sting. Should you choose to use an anesthetic cream, it is necessary to apply it liberally and leave in place for at least 20 minutes before the MesoGlow.

You will be asked to lay supine and a disposable hair net will be placed on your to completely cover your clothing around your neck. Once your face is wiped with alcohol soaked cotton balls or gauze you will be ready for the theraphy.

Starting with the 4mm needle and using a “point by point” technique, the specialist will gently pinch up a fold of skin and quickly insert the needle. The specialist will then inject approximately 0.05cc of solution. The entire area is covered to be treated in this manner in a grid pattern at 1-2cm intervals.

Once the “point by point” section is completed, the 4mm needle is removed and replace it with 12mm needle. The next is “epidermic” technique. As the name implies, this is the most superficial of the techniques, and the needle does even puncture the skin. The 12mm needle, bevel up and at a very steep angle (aproximatnly 160 degrees) is dragged along the skin while light positive pressure is applied to the syringe’s plunger. Epidermic technique will cause a shallow groove in the uppermost layers of ketatinized epithelial cells and place a bead of solution into that groove. When done correctly, there is no bleeding, but one is able to see the solution quickly absorb into the skin. Epidermic technique is done in a grid pattern at 1cm intervals. We then leave the solution to penetrate into the skin for 5 minutes or so.

Any residual solution or blood is ten wiped away. Vitamin A is gently applied and massaged into your face. If your clinic offers any type of mask treatments, this is the ideal time to perform one.