Meso-Body for Localised Fat and Cellulite Reduction

Localised fat deposits and cellulite are often particularly difficult to deal with for women and men alike. Gentle yet effective, mesotherapy utilises latest research findings, pairing state-of-the-art technology with natural ingredients to provide an effective solution to these unsightly problems. Thanks to a combination of vitamins, homoeopathic substances, natural extracts and pharmaceuticals, your body receives the combined benefits of different cosmetic methods. The result is a combined treatment that visibly treats cellulite and localised fat.

FAQ's on Meso-Body Treatment

1What is Meso-Body?

Meso-Body - Mesotherapy for fat and cellulite reduction - is an aesthetic treatment where specially prepared cocktail of vitamins, homoeopathic ingredients, amino acids and medications are injected into the problem areas that are resistant to diet and exercise. Vitamins and amino acids are used to tighten the sagging skin while other agents are used to remove areas of fat that are then dissolved and excreted through the bloodstream by the kidneys and bowel.

Meso-Body is completely non-surgical and non-invasive that triggers the body's metabolism to get rid of localised fat and reducing cellulite effectively and painlessly.

2Areas Treated with Meso-Body?

This treatment is highly effective for the removal of pockets of fat on the face (reduction of lower , double chin and jowl areas) neck, axillary folds, back rolls, ‘saddle bags’, inner and upper arms, inner and outer thighs, region above knee, as well as cellulite, lypomas, body sculpting and defining body contours.

3Meso-Body Treatment

We inject homeopathic medicines into the dermis to help to eliminate localised fat. The treatment is painless. It is recommended that pre and post treatment, you follow a low-fat diet, avoid alcohol and drink lots of water to help eliminate toxins.

4What results can I expect with Meso-Body treatment?

The results are noticeable from the third and fourth sessions. You will see decreases in localised fat, cellulite improvement and a firming effect in the treated area. It also helps to combat fluid retention.

Post Meso-Body Treatment:

Following the treatment slight swelling, redness and bruising may occur around the treated area. This is not permanent and will disappear within few hours or days, depending on your skin type and sensitivity. The sensitive areas could be helped by applying cold compresses, support garments and taking mild pain killers such as Paracetamol. Usually you can resume your daily routine right away after treatment.

Facts About Cellulite:

Cellulite is a condition in which the skin appears to have areas with underlying fat deposits, giving it a dimpled, lumpy appearance. It is most noticeable on the buttocks and thighs, and usually occurs after puberty. Dermatologists say that cellulite may affect up to 90% of women at some point in their lives; so don't worry you are not alone.

The causes of cellulite are not well understood, but there are several theories that have been put forth as explanations. Among these are:

  • Hormonal factors - hormones likely play an important role in cellulite development. Many believe estrogen, insulin, noradrenaline, thyroid hormones, and prolactin are part of the cellulite production process.

  • Genetics - certain genes are required for cellulite development. Genes may predispose an individual to particular characteristics associated with cellulite, such as gender, race, slow metabolism, distribution of fat just underneath the skin, and circulatory insufficiency.

  • Diet - people who eat too much fat, carbohydrates, or salt and too little fibre are likely to have greater amounts of cellulite.

  • Lifestyle factors - cellulite may be more prevalent in smokers, those who do not exercise, and those who sit or stand in one position for long periods of time.

  • Clothing - underwear with tight elastic across the buttocks (limiting blood flow) may contribute to the formation of cellulite.

Cellulite usually appears between the ages of 25 and 35, and progressively worsens with time. Although it's easily treated with a few Mesotherapy sessions in its early stages, once cellulite progresses to more advanced stages, treatment usually requires a greater number of Mesotherapy sessions.

  • Stage 0: No visible cellulite, even when the skin is pinched.

  • Stage 1: No visible cellulite when standing or lying down. However an "orange peel" texture can be seen when the skin is pinched.

  • Stage 2: Visible cellulite when standing but not when lying down.

  • Stage 3: Visible cellulite when standing and lying down.