Classical mesotherapy in medicine & aesthetics
Mesotherapy is one of the most effective and safe methods of healing and treatment of modern aesthetics.
Most skin problems can not be solved with cosmetic products to be applied externally, because the cause of their appearance is not on the surface of the epidermis, but deep inside. In modern cosmetology, mesotherapy is the procedure that is inexpensive, but quickly and effectively restores a healthy appearance and aesthetic attractiveness to the face. Thanks to it, the necessary skin active substances are delivered directly into the tissues by injection, quickly reaching the cells and starting to act immediately. This approach guarantees a much longer lasting and better effect than any external cosmetic product.
Fields of application of mesotherapy
Elimination of dryness and flabbiness of the skin;
Combating cellulite and stretch marks;
Restoration of hair growth;
Rejuvenate the face;
Elimination of dark circles under the eyes;
For age spots and freckles.
It is also a non-surgical lifting that does not traumatize the skin, but only strengthens it
Mesotherapy is often used as a preparatory procedure before facial plastic surgery and as a restorative measure in the rehabilitation phase afterwards. In some cases, this method is used in combination with other treatments
Thus, mesotherapy has a wide range of treatment possibilities.
Postural apparatus, arthritis, joints, acne, skin diseases, migraine, neuralgia, burns, disturbance in blood circulation, wound healing, hair treatment, immune deficiency, microvaccination
You will get an overview of the new and popular devices on the market - their advantages and disadvantages, experience reports, and once again you will be able to try your hand at aesthetic microneedling, manually and mechanically.
Welcome to the course
What is mesotherapy?
Difference mesotherapy/PRP therapy
Mode of action of mesotherapy
Target organ: skin
Material overview (part 1)
Material overview (part 2)
Selection of active substances
Injection techniques (part 1)
Injection techniques (part 2)
Active ingredient requirements
Excursus (Part 1): Skin Anatomy
Excursus (Part 2): Overview skin
Mixtures of active ingredients
Note: Off-label use
Treatment: Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Treatment: "Non-smoking" injection
Treatment: "Non-smoking injection
Treatment: "anti-mosquito injection
Treatment: medical aesthetics
Treatment completion: facial treatment
Technique 2: Meso-Roller
This hands-on online course is designed to get you started with treatment right away. If you have any questions, the trainer is always available at any time - by phone or by mail.
In addition there is:
" illustrated course script with material overview
" personalized certificate
" contact to the course instructor