What is Mesotherapy?
At Aesthetics Life we use a machine called Plasonic™, which combines plasma and ultrasound waves to deliver skin benefitting solutions deeper into the skin through mesotherapy.
Unlike other forms of mesotherapy, Plasonic™ uses a needle-free approach. The device has a sterilizing effect on the skin, helping conditions such as acne. Plasonic™ mesotherapy is pain free and is a very nourishing treatment for the skin.
What is plasma and why use it to treat the skin?
Plasma is the fourth state, after liquid, solid and gas. It is beneficial to human cells as it provides stimulation. Plasma energy creates small openings between the cells for direct absorption. Plasma ions temporarily allow topical solutions and mesotherapy products to be delivered deeper into the skin layers. It also boosts the regeneration of the skin cells and sterilizes the skin.
What are ultrasound waves and why use them to treat the skin?
The ultrasound waves enhance the solution delivery and push the topical treatments further into the layers of skin. Ultrasound waves increase blood circulation and promotes collagen production. Ultrasound also lifts dead skin cells, for deep exfoliation without any irritation.
What can Plasonic™ Mesotherapy be used to treat?
Plasonic™ mesotherapy can be used to treat a whole host of skin concerns, including:
It is important not to touch the treated area as much as possible for several hours post treatment. This is because channels in the skin have been opened up during the mesotherapy treatment to absorb all the enriching nutrients of the solution which is applied during treatment. Therefore these channels can still absorb dirt deeper and can clog the now clean pores if the area is touched with unclean hands or items.
Results can be visible immediately, however depending on the results wanted more than 1 session may be optimum to achieve desired results.
Mesotherapy can be a great treatment in combination with other treatments such as HIFU skin tightening.
Book your Plasonic™ mesotherapy treatment today.