Mesotherapy is an alternative delivery system of medication through injection. It is used in aesthetics for cellulite treatments, hair loss, and facial rejuvenation (mesoglow and mesolift).

Three types of Mesotherapy:
1. Mesoglow and Mesolift
Ageing, sagging and wrinkling of skin occurs from the loss of skin elasticity and excessive free radical damage. Different mesotherapy cocktails with antioxidant, amino acids, nucleic acids and minerals are used to stimulate the regeneration of skin and enhance the production of collagen and elastin. The result is a natural rejuvenation of the face and neck. Typically, the face assumes an immediate glow and lift after treatment.
2. Mesofat
Mesotherapy is currently being touted as a nonsurgical, permanent method for fat removal and body contouring. 
The technique involves the injection of certain substances, via a very fine needle, underneath the dermal layer of the skin into the subcutaneous fat tissue in the area selected. The combination of substances injected depends on the concoction prepared by the practitioner or “mesotherapist” but may contain minute quantities of plant extracts, vitamins, enzymes, nutrients, hormones and medications such as vasodilators, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, and beta-receptor agonists.
For the treatment of cellulite and body fat reduction, two of the more common substances used are lecithin and isoproterenol. Lecithin is a compound found in human bile and needed for the digestion of dietary fats, whilst isoproterenol is a lipolytic agent that sets off a chemical reaction in the body to breakdown fat cells.
Mesotherapy usually requires a series of anywhere between 4 to 6 treatment sessions, administered at 2-week intervals. 
Results of mesotherapy vary based on your body type and the severity of the condition. On the average, based on condition, the results can be seen in three to four sessions. For certain conditions you may see results immediately.
3. Mesohair
The injections are given in a doctor's office with no down time needed after the procedure is finished. It is likely that more than one course will be needed but the exact number of sessions will be determined by the severity of the alopecia.
Increased circulation is a reaction caused by some of the ingredients of mesotherapy. Alopecia would benefit from that increase because the stimulation would encourage hair to move back toward the state of the normal hair follicle while creating a stronger hold on the hairs that are already fine. It is a treatment alternative to the topical formulas and medications normally prescribed to help stop and reverse the signs of alopecia. If those products aren't helping your alopecia-or if you want a treatment that will be finished in one course- consider consulting a mesotherapy specialist.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How does Mesotherapy reduce or eliminate cellulite and fat?
Mesotherapy treats three factors involved in cellulite formation. Your doctor creates a specific formula to reduce the fat in your cellulite, improve impaired circulation and break down damaged connective tissue - thereby smoothing the skin's surface. Mesotherapy can treat cellulite located anywhere on the body.

What are Mesotherapy's anti-aging and skin rejuvenation uses?
Subdermal vitamin injections rejuvenate the cells, making them more active, and thereby stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. You can begin anti-aging treatments in your mid twenties to prevent wrinkles from forming. Treatments for the face and neck are recommended several times each year.