What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a technique of aesthetic medicine invented in 1952. It consists of treating the affected areas with microinjections of specific drugs for each treatment. In the field of aesthetic medicine, it is used as a treatment to reduce cellulite and localized adiposity, while it enhances rejuvenation, among others.

Mesotherapy does not have any subsequent pain and does not leave any scarring. Another advantage is that the treatment only takes a few minutes to be applied, which means that there is zero recovery time after the sessions.

A patient normally undergoes maintenance treatments to conserve desired results. The number of sessions required varies from patient to patient.
It is a treatment of localized fat or as complement to diet weight loss methods. While this technique does not reduce excessive weight, is capable of contributing to the decrease in body volume in localized fat on thighs, abdomen, etc.


It locates the area to be treated which is disinfected with alcohol, after this medicine is applied with an extra fine needle making it a painless procedure, several punctures are performed throughout the treatment area.
Sessions should be ideally performed twice per week. Each session lasts about 30 minutes.

Side Effects:

The most common, but rare, are small bruises in the area of the puncture, if they appear at all, which disappear after a few days.


Very effective when combined with diet and/or exercise.
Results can be enhanced if combined with apparatus such as Cavitation, vacuum therapy for eliminating waist sizes, radiofrequency to tighten skin, and carboxytherapy for cellulite removal.