Microneedle Mesotherapy

Woman cellulite reduction


What is it? 

Microneedle mesotherapy is one of the most effective and one of the most popular aesthetical treatment techniques for alleviation of cellulite conditions. Microneedling is a form of Collagen Induction Therapy where the deeper layers of the skin are treated to encourage the formation of new tissue layers of elastin and collagen fibres in the treated area.

How does microneedle mesotherapy work?

Anti-cellulite mesotherapy is a needle delivery system for precise delivery of a special ingredient directly to the cellulite-affected tissues. The treatment is based on a mesococtail prepared out of carefully selected ingredients to stimulate metabolism and improve microcirculation. Small doses of this ingredient are injected under the skin using fine small needles. These microinjections are administered every few centimetres all over the cellulite-affected area.

Mesotherapy for the treatment of cellulite can be delivered to women of all ages. It can be used for all types of cellulite conditions on lower/upper limbs, such as:

● buttocks,
● thighs,
● abdomen.


Microneedle mesotherapy removes or visibly reduces cellulite. The problem of cellulite can be resolved completely by delivering a series of mesotherapy treatment sessions, supported by appropriate lifestyle. The skin becomes smooth, firm and toned. Mesotherapy additionally provides body sculpting effects by promoting blood and lymph circulation. Microneedle mesotherapy can be effectively employed for the treatment of cellulite and contouring the body by removing edema, and to improve the appearance and quality of skin.



- Hypersensitivity to any ingredients of the mesococtail
- Pregnancy and lactation
- Nneoplastic disease
- Diabetes
- Blood clotting disorders.



One session; £70,00

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