Mesotherapy Products

Dermal Aesthetics NEW Mesotherapy Product Range

What is Traditional Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a medical technique first devised in the 1950s by a Frenchman called Dr Michel Pistor. It involves the micro-injection of specially prepared active ingredients, injected directly into the skin cell.

Mesotherapy was initially used to treat such conditions as rheumatism, sports injuries, and for the improvement of blood circulation, but is now used successfully world-wide by medical practitioners for various cosmetic conditions, including skin rejuvenation, hair re-growth, localised fat reduction, and as a treatment for cellulite.

Even though Mesotherapy is an incredibly effective treatment many people are not comfortable with the concept of multiple injections as they can often cause bruising and soreness, so aesthetics manufacturers like ourselves have sought ways to offer a no-needle alternative.

No Needle Mesotherapy

By using the Ultra Sonic technology on the Meso-Infusion along side the new Aesthetic Mesotherapy Product range you are able to offer your clients a professional no needle Mesotherapy treatment.

Ultra sound acts as a delivery mechanism for the active ingredients, pushing product through the dermal layers of the skin without the use of a needle. In turn it will temporarily allow the cell membranes to become permeable allowing the cell to absorb the vital nutrients contained within each active ingredient.

This technology allows the beautician/Aesthetician to perform a Transdermal infusion of products designed and formulated to create a no needle version of Mesotherapy.

Liposomes (The Delivery Molecule)


All of our new Mesotherapy product range uses Liposomes as the delivery molecule, below is a explanation of how this procedure works.

The name Liposome is derived from two Greek words: 'Lipos' meaning fat and 'Soma' meaning body. A Liposome can be formed in a variety of sizes, and its name relates to its structural building blocks, phospholipids, and not to its size.

A Liposome is a tiny bubble (Vesicle) that is much smaller than the average molecule and it's made out of the same material as a cell membrane. Liposomes can be filled with various drugs/active ingredients, and used to deliver the solution to the cell. As the Liposome is made up of the same material as the cell membrane it will not be rejected, in fact the lipid bilayer can fuse with other bilayers such as the cell membrane, thus delivering the Liposome contents E.G Active ingredients.

Liposomes are used as a delivery mechanism due to their unique properties. A Liposome encapsulates a solution inside the hydrophobic membrane so that is can deliver the molecules to the required site.


For details on the other 5 new products click below:

Meso:Btox hydrafill Meso:Repair Meso:Fusion Meso:Celluderm

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