Mesotherapy is a new innovative non-invasive procedure that involves injections into the mesoderm, the middle layer of skin, to stimulate the removal of cellulite, wrinkles, excess fat, and sagging skin. The treatment involves localized injections of homeopathic and traditional medications in addition to vitamins. It is a popular alternative to liposuction which people dread because of the health risks it poses and the long down time that it has. With mesotherapy, there is no down time or recovery period at all and most patients go back to work and their normal lives the same day.
Many people have already experienced mesotherapy and it is considered safe.This mesotherapy has caused no documented deaths anywhere in the world.There are also no known serious risks of mesotherapy. However you have to choose where you get the procedure as it is recommended to be done only by a licensed dermatologist or health care professional.
If you don’t then some minor mesotherapy side effects, may appear. Some patients who have a particularly low pain threshold may be given a topical anesthetic prior to treatment, but most patients find the injections only mildly uncomfortable and nothing too life threatening. Some patients feel a slight burning after the injection as the compound begins to dissolve fat, but this does not last long and is not common to all patients. The burning also lasts a few minutes to a few hours and disappears rather quickly. Mesotherapy and scattered areas of numbness have also been linked; like other mesotherapy side effects, numbness will subside in a few days to a couple of weeks.
The most common side effects of mesotherapy include bruising and swelling at the injection site and a slight itching lasting only a few hours after treatment. Temporary skin discoloration can also occur and will resolve on its own. These are also normal for people who just got shots.