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Biomimetic Mesotherapy
For Improving Skin Quality and Structure on the Face and Body
Biomimetic Mesotherapy is a treatment which has been performed worldwide for
many years. It employs painless micro-injections of a composition of vitamins and
active ingredients into the skin, which result in improving the quality and
structure of the face and body, especially around the most sensitive areas such as
the eyelids, neck, chest and hands. The procedure is used in the prevention and
treatment of hair loss, treatment of cellulite and stretch marks and is also a
method of inhibiting the ageing process.
Biomimetic Mesotherapy not only ensures effective rejuvenation through
revolutionary nanopeptide technology, but is also more efficient in fighting
cellulite, stretch marks, hair loss, permanent wrinkles and skin discoloration than
more traditional forms of mesotherapy. The ultimate success is provided by the
unique composition of over fifty active ingredients, including Biomimetic Peptides
and Nano-Capsulation Delivery System.
How Many Treatments Will You Need?
Normally a course of treatments are needed to achieve optimal results.
Treatments are usually a course of one or two for fat and cellulite reduction, a
minimum of six for skin rejuvenation, and seven treatments for hair loss, given
once a week.
Results: Improved appearance of stretch marks, cellulite, skin discolouration or
hair loss.
PRP Treatment
Recent advances in regenerative (restoration and growth) medicine have led to
the development of PRP which stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma. We use a system
called ACP PRP(Autologous Conditioned Plasma), which unlike other PRP systems,
doesn’t concentrate the white blood cells reducing the detrimental effect of
degradative proteins.
What Is Platlet-Rich Plasma (PRP)?
PRP is the concentration of platelets derived from the plasma of your own blood.
Platelets are widely known to play a large role in clotting processes, their use in
treatment of skin rejuvenation is due to their abundance of enzymes and growth
factors creating the healing process. The top layers of the skin tissues are injected
with PRP to receive the nutrients needed to stimulate repair. An injection of PRP
to the skin tissues heals and rejuvenates with growth factors. The injection can
also restart a healing inflammatory process, which is why we also use it after laser
treatments to reduce the healing time and guard against after treatment
pigmentation.
What Does The PRP Procedure Involve?
PRP begins by collecting blood by using a syringe and needle in the arm, similar to
a clinic laboratory blood draw. The amount of blood needed is determined by the
size of the area to be treated and the concentration of platelets desired. The
blood is then placed in a centrifuge where the rapid spinning process separates
the blood into 3 componentsthe plasma or water portion of the blood, the PRP
layer, and the cellular layer containing red and white blood cells. The PRP layer
that contains the growth factors and enzymes for healing and rejuvenation is then
injected into the areas being treated, this may be the face, neck, decollate, or any
part of the body in need of rejuvenation. We apply a topical local anaesthetic
(numbing cream) to the site of the injections, before PRP is injected into the skin,
sometimes we use a derma roller to penetrate the deeper layers.
Cost: From £750
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