mesotherapy + carboxytherapy = mesocarboxytherapy
Thanks to the combination of these two techniques in the same session or in alternate sessions, the physical therapist can use a complete tool to perform multiple facial and body treatments.
MESOCARBOXYTHERAPY BY MESOESTETIC®
In a single device, the mct injector brings together two complementary techniques: mesotherapy and carboxytherapy. Thanks to the combination of these two techniques in the same session or in alternate session, the physical therapist can use a complete tool to perform multiple facial and body treatments.
Mesotherapy is a medical treatment involving the intra-dermal administration of active substances through multiple micro-injections intended for correcting aesthetic concerns. Its effectiveness is based on physical stimulation, pharmacological effect and micro-doses.
Carboxytherapy is a on-surgical procedure involving the injection of medical CO2 into the subcutaneous tissue thanks to a fine needle that performs a powerful vasodilatory effect at a microcirculatory level, increasing lipolysis in the tissues. The toxins released during the process are eliminated through the lymphatic system, improving the skin tone.
Face, neck, neckline, scalp, back of hands:
- Normalises skin pigmentation
- Provides additional moisturising
- Smoothes wrinkles and expression lines
- Plumps the tissues
- Redefines the facial contour
- Improves blood microflow, especially in the scalp
- Stimulates local microflow, especially in the eye contour
Arms, back, thorax, abdomen, periumbilical area, flanks, thighs:
- Effectively treats oedematous-fibrosclerotic panniculopathy (cellulite)
- Stimulates the lymphatic system in order to eliminate excess liquids and toxins
- Activates the lipolysis process
- Restores firmness to drooping tissue.
“LITTLE, RARELY AND IN THE RIGHT PLACE”. DR. MICHEL PISTOR
Mesotherapy is a medical treatment that involves the intradermal administration of active substances through multiple micro-injections for correcting aesthetic concerns (skin aging, wrinkles, stretch marks, cellulite, alopecia, among others) or as an additional treatment for painful conditions (rheumatic disease, sports medicine, etc.).
Its effectiveness is based on three main concepts:
- Physical stimulation produced by the needle (mechanical stimulus).
- Pharmacological effect produced by the solution or a specific blend of active substances.
- Micro-doses of the solution activates a greater number of the receptors in the skin.
- It is a non-obtrusive procedure requiring no preparation time with the advantage that patients can immediately resume their daily activities.
Carboxytherapy is a non-surgical procedure that uses a fine needle to inject medical grade CO2 into the subcutaneous tissue.
The CO2 is quickly and widely distributed throughout bordering tissue, employing a powerful vasodilatory effect at the microcirculatory level, increasing blood flow in muscle and adipose tissue and releasing serotonin, bradykinin, histamine and catecholamine. These substances activate the beta-adrenoceptors, stimulating lipolysis of bordering tissue.
In the presence of CO2 , the body will tend to alleviate the instability in local oxygenation. Oxyhemoglobin increases localised oxygen supply and this produces a vasodilatory effect and enhances tissue oxygenation (Bohr effect).
The toxins released during the process are eliminated through the lymphatic system, resulting in improved skin tone.
Latest-generation of carboxytherapy
mct injector incorporates a portable carbon dioxide injection system in order to perform carboxytherapy treatments comfortably and easily. Carboxytherapy plays a coadjuvant role of mesotherapy in the treatment of cellulite and adipose tissue but it can also complement practically all treatments requiring improved microcirculation and increased tissue oxygenation (under-eye puffiness, double chins, slow scarring, vascular disease, etc.).