Distinctive features of mesotherapy and biorevitalization
Mesotherapy is a method whose motto is “a little, often and in the right place”. During this procedure, micro doses are injected under the skin or subcutaneously for various purposes. Biorevitalization is one of the methods of mesotherapy.
The main difference between biorevitalization is that the composition of the drugs used contains hyaluronic acid in high concentration. Hyaluronic acid may be the only component in the preparation, and one of the elements of a richer composition. Today, many biorevitalizants contain, in addition to hyaluronic acid and amino acids, peptides, vitamins, and whitening elements. During biorevitalization, drugs are used, the main component of which is hyaluronic acid.
The essence of mesotherapy is that the doctor selects a "cocktail" of substances (vitamins, peptides, amino acids, trace elements), which solves the problems of a particular patient. And often in the rejuvenating or revitalizing composition contains "hyaluron", but in a small dosage.
And yet, which is better - mesotherapy or biorevitalization? To answer this question, you need to take into account various factors: age, skin type and goals.
Girls under 30 are more likely to use mesotherapy. After all, their own hyaluronic acid is still being actively produced and so far there is no need to supplement it from the outside. But skin rashes and its heterogeneity at this age are a common problem, and correctly selected meso cocktails can cope with it.
At the age of 35-40, the reserves of hyaluron in the skin are depleted, and during this period it is important to thoroughly moisturize it. For this, biorevitalization is suitable. Skin hydration will be restored and wrinkles will be smoothed out by filling with moisture from the inside. At the same time, courses with the use of meso cocktails will also come in handy - due to various useful components, you can slow down the aging process.
For women over 45-50 years old, biorevitalization can be recommended as part of complex rejuvenation or as preparation for more serious interventions (laser rejuvenation, mesothreads, plastic surgery).
Both techniques have been proven over the years and are considered safe. However, any cosmetic procedure has contraindications that must be taken into account.
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