What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a medical processing for aesthetic purposes which first developed by Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952.

Homeopathic medicines, pharmaceutical intermediates, vitamins and plant extracts are applied to the skin and under the skin with microinjection technique.

The materials to be injected are chosen appropriately to the person and purpose.

In which situations is mesotherapy used?



Scar removal (healing of the scar tissue in the skin)

Facial rejuvenation

Local (Regional) fat deposition


Who is not eligible for mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is not applied to:

The pregnant

Those have had a stroke (palsy)

Those with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (diabetes mellitus)

Cancer patients

Those with coagulopathy

Patients with heart disease requiring multiple drug treatment.

What are the side effects of mesotherapy?

There may be temporary bruises and contusions in the injection site. The materials used do not get into systemic circulation. For this reason, these problems are temporary.


When the mesotherapy response does starts?

It depends on the severity of the disease and the body structure. However, generally in 2-3 session it starts to get results.


How does mesotherapy effect?

Mesotherapy is performed by preparing solutions appropriate to the region where the problem is. In this way, blood circulation, lymphatic circulation and immune response in that region are regulated.

What is the cost of the mesotherapy procedure?

The cost of the operation depends on the width of the zone to be applied and the periodic repetition.



Cellulite mesotherapy

Cellulite is a lumpy bumpy appearance in the skin that can be seen in women and men of all age groups. The problem usually arises after the lymph drainage problem due to hormonal conditions.


In cellulite treatment with mesotherapy, successful results are obtained in 4-10 weeks, including once a week. If the patient maintains this with diet, the results are permanent.


The substances injected under the skin with mesotherapy regulate the blood circulation and lymphatic circulation in cellulite area, dissolve fat deposits and fix hardened connective tissue. In this way, it changes the appearance.

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Local (Regional) fat deposition

Mesotherapy is an alternative treatment to liposuction in eliminating local fat depositions in abdomen, waist, arms and legs. The oil in the injection area allows the tissue destruction.


Scar treatment

The scar is a tissue repair that arises after the skin lesion. When removing the damage that occurs in the tissue, sometimes scar tissue may occur depending on the reaction in that region. For these areas can be applied mesotherapy for 5-6 sessions at intervals of three weeks.



Alopecia is the destruction or decrease of hair, either partially or totally. Good results are obtained especially in some types of hair loss. According to the problem of the patient, 4-10 sessions are made as one or two week sessions.



Combining sun damage and collagen loss, they corrupt the fullness and appearance of the skin. Vitamins, antioxidants and connective tissue substances are infused into the dermis with mesotherapy, namely, injected into the skin. In the form of weekly practices, 2-4 sessions treatment is applied.

Mesolift is a highly effective anti-aging treatment. It stimulates collagen synthesis in the skin; creates rejuvenation, tightness and brightness.