MUST follow before the procedure:
  • you cannot take aspirin for two days prior to the mesotherapy treatment.

  • you should inform your Skin Therapist about any regularly taken medication (for example, oral anticoagulants) and your medical history.

  • women must inform the therapist if they are pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • you must inform your Skin therapist of any allergies and intolerances.

  • you must inform your Skin Therapist of any tendencies to form keloids.

  • do not take any vaccines 1 week before mesotherapy.

  • prior to receiving a mesotherapy treatment as part of scalp therapy, you must wash the scalp and hair.

MUST follow after the procedure:
  • you should avoid hot showers for 12 hours after the procedure.

  • you should avoid sauna, massage, mud masks and lymphatic drainage for 24 hours after the procedure.

  • you should avoid sweating aka exercising. 

  • you should avoid sunbathing and visiting a tanning salon for 48 hours after the procedure.

  • you should avoid wear dyed, new or very tight clothes that could get in contact with the skin in the treated area: aka masks, scarfs

  • radiotherapy and electrotherapy cannot be applied for 3 days.

stand skin care can be resumed after 12hrs following the procedure.

Contraindications for deep mesotherapy:

  • neoplastic conditions and tumors of unknown origin - with the use of needleless applicator

  • inactive, inflammatory acne, fatigue of the body, viral and bacterial diseases

  • herpes, other viral, bacterial and fungal skin infections

  • reduction of immunity (immunosuppression due to transplants, chemotherapy)

  • blood infection with HIV, HSV, Viral Hepatitis

  • tendency to form keloids, difficult healing

  • autoimmune diseases (RA, Hashimoto)

  • allergy to the ingredients of the preparations

  • predisposition to the formation of hypertrophic scars

  • antibiotic therapy 2 weeks back

  • inflammation or a break in continuity of skin surface in the area to be treated steroid therapy 8 weeks back.

  • isotretinoin 6-12 months back

  • taking medicines that reduce blood clotting.

  • taking analgesics, antipyretics containing blood thinners, e.g. acetylsalicylic acid