Mesotherapy is the ultimate
skin refresh and rehydration treatment

It is one of Dr. Coleman’s favourite, minimal downtime, anti-ageing ‘weapons’! Mesotherapy is a non-invasive, non-traumatic, bio-stimulatory treatment. It is a wonderful way to ‘feed’ your skin and improve overall skin hydration and quality.

Unlike regular facials, the products aren’t put on the skin but instead a sterile cell-boosting cocktail is ‘infused’ into the skin with a series of painless tiny, superficial injections using a specially designed mesotherapy device.

It has been very popular in Continental Europe such as in France, Italy and Germany since the 1950’s but is only catching on recently in Ireland and the UK. I basically think of mesotherapy as a means of injecting moisturiser into the skin with instant hydration and radiance. Anywhere can be treated but most commonly the face, neck, chest, hands and scalp (both women AND men).

It is an excellent means of nourishing dehydrated menopausal skin and particularly effective around the eyes.

The high-grade skin-nourishing blend contains more than 50 key skin optimisation ingredients, ranging from vitamins (C,A,E,B) and minerals (Ca, Ph, Mg) to amino acids, hyaluronic acid, coenzymes, nucleotides and antioxidants, all proven to protect and stimulate skin cells to produce more collagen.

There is also a ‘hair support’ treatment infusing 5 amino acids, 6 vitamins (biotin, B3, B5, B6,B12,folic acid) and zinc which is used to promote hair growth and improve both the health of the scalp and hair strand itself. Again, this is a virtually painless treatment.

Your treatment also includes a pass of MICRONEEDLING which mechanically mimics the effects of fractionated laser technologies by creating microscopically small punctures in the dermis, where our collagen is largely made. This intentional injury induces thousands of tiny, controlled wound-healing responses in this deep layer of the skin which stimulates collagen production. The superficial punctures introduced close again quickly, which is important since the epidermis protects our body from water loss and environmental damage. Consequently, growth factors are released and fibroblasts are stimulated into synthesising new skin matrix, including collagen. In time, this will lead to a firmer, more elastic skin with more refined skin surface and improved radiance.