Fight Aging from the Inside Out with Mesotherapy

They say beauty is only skin deep, but sometimes you have to go beneath the surface to get the best results. Let us explain: there is a treatment that will allow your products to go into the deepest layers of your skin and hit exactly where they are needed most. It’s called mesotherapy, and it has been a beauty secret of French women for decades.

Mesotherapy was invented in 1952, by Michel Pistor, a French doctor who specialized in general medicine. He described mesotherapy as a way to administer treatment “little, rarely and in the right place”. By inserting tiny amounts of medicine just below the surface of the skin, Dr. Pistor discovered he was able to treat ailments and skin issues without any undesirable side effects or down time. Mesotherapy’s ability to effectively reduce wrinkles and hydrate, lift and firm the skin is taking the world by storm. Women (and men) love mesotherapy for its ability to provide amazing results without having to go under the knife or take time off work.

If you like the sound of that, you’ll be even happier to know that the science of mesotherapy has advanced so much that you can now do it in your own home. French skin care brand Filorga is one of the world’s leaders when it comes to anti-aging skincare. They took things one step further by developing an at-home mesotherapy treatment, aptly named the Mesotherapist. This device has a rotating roller head with teeny, tiny micro-needles. These micro-needles gently and painlessly stimulate the skin and allow the specially developed, rejuvenating treatment to penetrate into the deepest layers, depositing anti-aging ingredients and vitamins right where they are most needed and most effective. As for results, the Mesotherapist promises to completely transform your skin within just three weeks! Hurray for science!


Aseya Atiq

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