Does mesotherapy really works with celullitis??

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Cheshirelaser
Cellulitis is a bacterial infection of the skin and soft tissue and requires antibiotics prescribed by a doctor.
I presume you mean Cellulite which can be improved by mesotherapy, however maintenance treatments are required to keep the results. Eporex mesotherapy is a popular no needle treatment for this condition.

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DianaSilva81
Indeed :) I meant cellulite!
Thank you ever so much!
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Georgios-Tzenichristos
Mesotherapy refers to placing substances inside the skin via injections, and sometimes via electrical currents, ultrasound or radiofrequency.
Injection mesotherapy with the banned substance phosphatidylcholine does help with cellulite, but as mentioned it is banned in the UK by the general medical council. However, the typical meso injections that contain vitamins (or even worse, homeopathic remedies) do not offer any serious help, especially when you consider the pain and bruising that lasts for weeks.
No-needle mesotherapy facilitated by ultrasound or electroporation is somewhat helpful, but on it's own is too little and too expensive to offer satisfactory results. High power ultrasound and/or radiofrequency offers better results, as it combines the benefits of those high-power treatment modalities with a no-needle mesotherapy effect. Another anti-cellulite treatments to consider are cellulite-specific massage, which offers the best value of all anti-cellulite treatments.
When you have a cellulite treatment you have to consider if you can repeat it in a few months, as no treatment lasts for ever. Therefore, injecting yourself every six months or every year, at high cost and with all the pain and bruising does not make much sense.
On the other hand, having non-intrusive medium/low-cost treatments that are also good for your health makes more sense.
Georgios-Tzenichristos
Mesotherapy refers to placing substances inside the skin via injections, and sometimes via electrical currents, ultrasound or radiofrequency.
Injection mesotherapy with the banned substance phosphatidylcholine does help with cellulite, but as mentioned it is banned in the UK by the general medical council. However, the typical meso injections that contain vitamins (or even worse, homeopathic remedies) do not offer any serious help, especially when you consider the pain and bruising that lasts for weeks.
No-needle mesotherapy facilitated by ultrasound or electroporation is somewhat helpful, but on it's own is too little and too expensive to offer satisfactory results. High power ultrasound and/or radiofrequency offers better results, as it combines the benefits of those high-power treatment modalities with a no-needle mesotherapy effect. Another anti-cellulite treatments to consider are cellulite-specific massage, which offers the best value of all anti-cellulite treatments.
When you have a cellulite treatment you have to consider if you can repeat it in a few months, as no treatment lasts for ever. Therefore, injecting yourself every six months or every year, at high cost and with all the pain and bruising does not make much sense.
On the other hand, having non-intrusive medium/low-cost treatments that are also good for your health makes more sense.
JoannaMakeupArtist
I also think you meant cellulite and mesotherapy. Mesotherapy is a non-surgical cosmetic medicine treatment and is performed by a licensed health care clinician who is permitted to do injections. It targets problem areas with microinjections containing medicines, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. They are like "medicinal bullets" delivered directly into deeper layers of skin. This treatment helps to improve circulation, replace lost vitamins, minerals and amino acids. So to answer your question, yes, you can opt for the mesotherapy and say goodbye to cellulite. Once you are evaluated, your physician will let you know how many sessions you need. Careful discussions including your medical history and risks involved are very important before you begin mesotherapy to ensure that this treatment can deliver what you want and how you would like to look afterwards. Once you had your first course of treatments, a maintenance program every 2 - 3 months or so will be required. This is not a one-off option that will ensure that you will be cellulite free.
If you do not like injections and needles, you can try microcurrent body treatment. Microcurrent treatment involves the use of safe, painless, low-level electrical impulses which “recharge” skin tissue and “reprogram” the muscles so they respond more effectively to regular nerve stimulation. It is like they pass those messages from the brain to tell the skin to rejuvenate. Microcurrent techniques helps to improve blood circulation and skin texture, helps to enhance the body’s natural collagen and elastin production and have been proven successful in treating a variety of medical conditions including cellulite. However, just bear in mind that the results are gradual and will not just "happen" overnight. Microcurrent treatment is not appropriate for pregnant women, people with cancer/tumors, cardiac pacemaker, with implanted defibrillators/stimulators and with electronic implanted devices.
Just to clarify, cellulitis is an infection of the deep layer of skin and the layer of fat and tissues just under the skin. The affected area of skin is red, painful, swollen, hot and usually with blisters. It is best to see your doctor as soon as possible as the infection can spread. If it is not too serious, you can be treated at your home with antibiotics.

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DianaSilva81
Thank you very much for your trouble and for all the information :) and yes, I did meant cellulite :) still learning the language, sorry!
Best regards
Bekki
hi,
Ultra sound weight reduction is great for inproveing the apperance of cellulite.a course will work best.

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DianaSilva81
Thank you Bekki!
bodysilk
another very effective treatment for cellulite is treatment by Endermologie. More details are available on http://www.bodysilk.co.uk
HarleyMedicalAesthetics
Hi Diana,
Are you asking about Celullitis or Cellulite? Cellulitis is a serious medical condition where the dermis of the skin become very painful and swollen due to inflammation. It cannot be treated by Mesotherapy and often referral to hospital for a specialist medical treatment is actually required for this condition.
If you by mistake misspelled and are referring to the common skin disorder known as Cellulite or (Hydorlypodistrophy), then the answer is YES MESOTHERAPY CAN WORK VERY WELL.

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DianaSilva81
Thank you!!
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