Is Mesotherapy the Solution for Fat Thighs and Buttocks?
Most women are plagued by significantly large fat deposits around the hips, thighs and buttocks. Cellulite is defined as a condition where the body begins to look much like an orange peel or cottage cheese. Experts are of the opinion that a medically-oriented program to burn excess fat and exercises are the keys to getting rid of cellulite.
What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy seems to be one of the most popular treatments for cellulite. Mesotherapy has been described as the special practice of injecting vitamins, natural plant extracts, pharmaceutical or homeopathic agents into the skin that helps in relieving certain conditions.
The doctor chooses the combination required for treating your condition like excess weight, excess weight in targeted areas, skin depletion, etc.
Mesotherapy requires about 10 treatments. However, experts opine that much of the duration of the treatment depends on the individual condition of the patient. The treatment is monitored on a weekly and monthly basis.
Patients have been reported to lose as many as 4-10 inches. Experts opine that sometimes women come down to two dress sizes which imply that the success rate is more than 95 percent.
Side Effects of Mesotherapy
Listed below are some side effects of Mesotherapy:
- Local bruises
- Localized swelling
- Itching and/or irritation
Is Mesotherapy Painful?
Mesotherapy is not as painful as perceived says the verdict of most patients. Sometimes local anesthetic is also used for sensitive regions.
Mesotherapy has been used for treating other conditions as well like backaches, headaches, stretch marks, wrinkles, acne, etc. Experts however are of the opinion that one should select a Mesotherapy practitioner very carefully because there are many who call themselves experts but aren’t. In addition, you must inquire into the levels of expertise, experience and skills of the nurses and technicians assisting the doctor. Lastly and most importantly, you should know what is being injected in your body.