Mesotherapy - A Specialized Medical Treatment

By: hunter
Mesotherapy was developed by Dr. M. Pistor, a French physician, and practiced widely in Europe for many years. Mesotherapy is a specialized, medical treatment that delivers FDA approved medications, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes under the surface of the skin to the "mesoderm" layer of the skin.

Cellulite is a condition in which irregular "nodules" of fat form in the thighs, buttocks,
and midsection, generally more in women than men, in spite of their weight or age. This gives the look of a ruffling & dimpling of the skin. Doctors in Europe and South America have used Mesotherapy for over 20 years to remove fat deposits and soften the skin.

Contouring of the stomach, arms, back, legs and hands can be attained with Mesotherapy. Vitamins and amino acids are used to tighten flabby skin while other agents are used to get rid of areas of fat, bringing back a more young-looking and athletic form to the body the risks and recuperation time that is needed for surgeries.

Mesotherapy can also be used to lift the skin on the face and neck. Aging, drooping and wrinkling of the skin under the chin and neck happens from an buildup of fat, loss of skin elasticity and extreme free radical damage. Using antioxidants and amino acids, Mesotherapy can help to shrivel fat from under the neck, eliminate free radical damage, and tighten loose skin. The effects rejuvenate the face, eyelids, and neck without the unnatural appearance and painful mending of a surgical face-lift.

A number of plastic surgeons in the United States caution patients against it, saying there are no U.S. studies on the safety or efficacy of mesotherapy. Many US doctors are recommending a wait and see strategy. They would like studies in the United States to determine how safe the procedure is.

Though Mesotherapy may work wonders in helping you to achieve the body you want, it is always a good idea to maintain a healthy lifestyle to not only achieve the desired results, but to keep them as well.
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