Mesotherapy from Kensington, Chiswick & West London Clinic
Pioneered by the French physician Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952, Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure that is widely used in Europe and globally to treat various injuries and medical conditions. This medical specialty targets problem areas with microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medicines, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Mesotherapy stimulates the mesoderm or middle layer of skin, with microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medication and/or vitamins to deliver treatment to a specific area of the body.Treatment courses
Normally a course of treatments are needed to achieve optimal results. Treatments are usually a course of one to eight for fat and cellulite reduction and minimum of six for skin rejuvenation, seven to ten treatment for hair loss, given once a week. After 6-8 months one top up.
Facial acupuncture from West London Clinic & Chiswick
Facial acupuncture promotes anti-ageing and healing through skin rejuvenation. Through insertion of very fine needles into particular points that are located on the specific areas of the face and the body you can turn back the clocks on the ageing process. These points are selected according to each individual’s need. Facial acupuncture will boost an improved blood and lymph circulations which helps to remove toxins and stimulate collagen production this will give more ‘bounce’ and suppleness to your skin texture as well as tightening pores. It encourages the facial muscles to relax hence wrinkles and fine lines will appear softer or reduced which leaves the skin looking glowing, healthy and totally radiant. Facial acupuncture also can improve acne by balancing hormones.
Aesthetic uses for mesotherapyLocalized fat
The cellulite and dimpled skin
Face and Neck Rejuvenation
Improve skin texture and appearance
Sports injuries & chronic painful conditions
Wrinkle Relaxing Injections
Injectable Derma Fillers
Call 0800 994 9525 to get treated by our expert in Kensington & Chiswick.
Our services are covered by most insurance companies although some may require a referral letter from a GP