Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Meso-Botox

Mesotherapy is a technique designed to introduce a small amount of active ingredient/product into the superficial layers of the skin (mesoderm) in order to achieve a protector aim depending on the type of product used.

Mesotherapy is used in various areas of medicine for example rheumatology and also in support medicine; it is used for pain relief and cosmetic medicine for rejuvenation purposes.

It is particularly good to rejuvenate the superficial layers of the skin and target fine lines and wrinkles that are usually seen on the surface as a criss-cross pattern which is very difficult to treat via other means.

It can be used to treat such lines on the face, not only on the face but also décolleté, neck and hands, which are very popular areas.

Depending on the active ingredient used for the purpose there are different goals that can be achieved with mesotherapy. For example, their products are aimed at treating alopecia, and there are other products that contain small amounts of non-cross linked hylauronic acid which is very pure and by injecting this into the skin it plumps up the fine lines and just gives a very hydrating effect on the skin without making it look lumpy.

Also products like polilatic acid can be injected to achieve some skin tightening and salmon calcutoning can be injected to give the skin a nice healthy glow because this product has a vasial dilatory property.

Recently, a new technique was developed by which a very small amount of Botulinum toxin or Botox is diluted into a larger amount of skin hydrating agents like vitamins and minerals and injected into the skin in a mesotheraputic fashion in order to achieve filler effect of reducing fine lines and wrinkles which are due to attachment of small muscle fibres to the skin that pull the skin and create both lines which cannot really be treated by any other means. By adding vitamins and minerals to the skin that achieves re-hydration and the total effect is smoother and plumper skin without the very fine criss cross pattern of lines that can be seen especially if using a magnifying mirror and that worries a lot of women when they look at the mirror and again the decollette is a very specific area which very rarely responds to anything else rather than mesotherapy.

Considering the small amounts of Botox that I have given via this technique it does not by any means achieve any so called frozen look and only effects those very superficial muscles that sometimes pull on the skin creating very fine lines sometimes even puckering effect on the skin. The patient is able to fully move all muscles and there is no changes in expression. If they want to treat things like frown lines or crows feet properly then they should have a proper Botox treatment which involves much higher doses and it is a completely different type of treatment form meso-botox.

Usually the treatment will involve a course of six every 2-4 weeks depending on the problem and then again maintenance every 6-12 months depending on the problem and the amount of sun damage that the patient incurs in the interim period.

7 comments:

Aurea said...

One's youthful look only last for a short time, but as medical technology evolves, making one beautiful and youthful has been easier to reach. I had a friend who approached me to accompany her to undergo the botox (Fort Lauderdale clinic) treatment, and yet, it was my first time to personally watch someone getting treated with botox (Ft. Lauderdale). After a month when I met her again, she looked like the time when I met her for the first time.

drraulrodriguez said...

Great article! Botox is a great way for many people to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles. There's also a newer treatment called mesobotox that lasts longer and oftentimes has better results. Mesobotox is a combination of two great technologies: botox and cosmetic mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation. Here's a video that provides some information http://drraulrodriguez.com/mesobotox-resources.html

drraulrodriguez said...

Great article! Botox is a great way for many people to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles. There's also a newer treatment called mesobotox that lasts longer and oftentimes has better results. Mesobotox is a combination of two great technologies: botox and cosmetic mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation. Here's a video that provides some information http://drraulrodriguez.com/mesobotox-resources.html

chandan ashokan said...

Douhave a protocol for meso Botox

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