CLINICCARE mesotherapy products
Pioneered by the French Physician Dr Michel Pistor in 1952, Mesotherapy is a non-surgical, relatively painless injection procedure that is used worldwide to treat with a broad range of conditions. This medical specialty specifically targets areas with microinjections of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, conventional medications and homeopathic preparations. These Micro injections re delivered directly into the skin to promote the body’s circulatory, lymphatic and immune systems to create a biological response.
More than 25,000 physicians/therapists worldwide today use Mesotherapy in the care of their patients. CLINICCARE sterilied vials can be used for treatment of: Skin Tightening, Skin Rejuvenation, Pigments, Wrinkles, Scars and Stretch Marks.
CLINICCARE is one of the best professional skincare collections in the world
Low molecular hyaluronic acid is one of the basic components of CLINICCARE skincare. Hyaluronic acid plays a vital role in metabolic processes such as cell interaction and synthesis. It helps protect cell immunity and helps to prevent infections. One of its most important properties is its ability to retain moisture – up to 1000 times its weight in water.
Natural repair of skin cells is directly dependent on levels of hyaluronic acid, which, unfortunately, decline as you age. This leaves skin more susceptible to toxins and all processes that require hyaluronic acid deteriorate. That’s why it’s so important for anti-ageing formulas to include hyaluronic acid.
CLINICCARE mesotherapy/microneedling vials
CLINICCARE develops science based anti-ageing products offering strong clinical performance to aestheticians/cosmetologists/physicians. New generation CLINICCARE vials contain highly effective active ingredients, such as: Argireline, Arbutin, Beta Glucan, DMAE, Human Oligopeptide-1(EGF), Hyaluronic Acid, Panax Ginseng and Palmitoyl Oligopeptide.
Topical anesthetic cream is used to keep the patient comfortable during the procedure. Patients should be advised that multiple treatments will be necessary. The number of needling sessions depends on the individual skin condition. Three or four treatments may be recommended for mild to moderate acne scarring, whereas deeper scars and stretch marks may require upward of five treatments. An interval of 4 to 6 weeks between treatments is typically recommended. Many practitioners are also doing maintenance treatments at intervals of 6 to 12 months.