mesotherapy


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mesotherapy

Fringe medicine
A French alternative therapy that allegedly smoothes regional masses of subcutaneous fat through 100 to 500 subcutaneous injections of aminophylline, isoproterenol and a homeopathic dose of sweet clover, which allegedly liquefies fat and enhances its removal.
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While the mesotherapy facial does sound like an intense procedure, it's quite mild on the skin while still delivering visible results.
The thieves stole three machines that carry out non-surgical liposuction, mesotherapy and micro dermabrasion.
An excellent way to deliver powerful antioxidant protection to the skin is via topical application or Mesotherapy, which inserts an active cocktail of vitamins into the skin to provide key defence where it is needed.
Other popular procedures included facials, body contouring, fat melting, LPG for cellulites and mesotherapy (to cut fat cells), skin polishing and refining among others.
Biomesotherapy is marketed in Australia as a new therapy that combines homotoxicology, mesotherapy, and acupuncture.
Dr Ghanem says that mesotherapy is an effective way to cure hair loss.
For example, mesotherapy claims chemical mixes injected or inserted under the skin can reduce fat, but little medical science supports the concept.
Atiyeh cited the serious risks and side effects of lipolysis techniques, which include mesotherapy, carboxytherapy, and laser liposuction, and said that "their results were not equivalent to surgical results.
The Use of Homeotherapeutics and Mesotherapy in Bioregulatory Medicine