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Anti-Ageing Mesotherapy FILORGA®

Mesotherapy acts globally on skin quality. It works by revitalizing skin and a progressive improvement of skin quality. The main ingredients of a mesotherapy solution are: Hyaluronic acid, 12 vitamins, 23 amino acids, 6 minerals, 6 coenzymes, 5 nucleic acids and antiradical agents.


Hyaluronic acid is widely distributed in skin. It increases hydration, drives synthesis of collagen for normal skin function. It is a critical component for structural integrity of the skin with anti-oxidant properties. It greatly improves skin quality producing younger looking skin.

We can treat almost any area of the body including: Face, Neck, Décolleté, areas of cellulitis and the scalp (for androgenic baldness). For scalp treatments please refer to our hairloss section.

Post-treatment, redness of the skin usually lasts for 2 hours but can last up to 48 hours. Swelling of the skin is usually not long-lasting but can last for up to 48 hours. Bruising is usually only small superficial bruises.

PRP & Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy can now be combined with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) otherwise known as Dracula/Vampire therapy. To find out more please see our section on PRP Treatment. This combined meso-PRP therapy an exciting new development in the field and our patients are already reporting excellent results. It is only available at a small number of aesthetic specialty clinics.

Why vitamins are important for youthful looking skin?
  • Vit. A acts on skin density and suppleness by regulating keratinisng and healing process
  • Vit. B complex (B8, B5, B9, B3, B6, B2, B1, B12) acts on metabolism of essential fatty acids improving skin biological balance
  • Vit. C acts on collagen production, inhibits free radicals and localized hyper production of melanin responsible for dark patches formation
  • Vit. E acts as ani-radical by hydrogen peroxide inhibition
  • Vit. I promotes healthy hair and skin
Why are amino acids are important for the skin?
  • Proline, hydroxyproline and lystine are amino acids that are involved in collagen formation
  • Aspartate, threonine and lysine are amino acids involved in elastine formation
  • Amino acids are building blocks of essential protein formation
Why are minerals and coenzymes important for the skin?
  • Minerals are essential for cellular function
  • Coenzymes Increase metabolic reaction speed increasing cell turnover and tissue construction speed
Why do we need nucleic acids?
  • They control formation of polypeptides and synthesis of proteins required for rejuvenation of the skin
Anti-oxidant Agents
  • Stop radical oxidation causing skin damage

How many treatments are needed?

This would usually involve a course of five treatments, with the first three treatments ocurring 2 weeks apart. For the fourth and fifth treatments there would be a month long interval. Ongoing maintenance treatments would be twice a year if desired.

Which areas can be treated?

Almost all areas of the body including:

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Décolleté
  • Any area that requires treatment for cellulitis
  • Scalp to improve the quality of the hair and prevent/reduce androgenic baldness. Please see our hairloss section
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** Results described here are indiciative and may vary from individual to individual.

Further Information

To learn more about ageing and how it affects our skin, you can read more about ageing here.

For further details about this and other procedures, please contact us for more information.

Additional treatments may be available, please contact us for more information

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