Mesotherapy is a procedure aimed at solving problems related to water retention, that is the stagnation of liquids, excess of lipolytic substances and toxins inside the cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues by provoking the correct drainage.

Mesotherapy consists of intradermal injections of drugs able to eliminate excess fluid stagnation and improve microcirculation, necessary to reduce the unsightly effects of cellulite (the so-called orange peel).

What is mesotherapy for?

Mesotherapy is a valid treatment in cases of:

  • Localised adiposity
  • Patients who want an alternative treatment to surgery
  • Reduced district circulation

The areas where deposits of adipose tissue are classically found:

  • Hips
  • Abdomen
  • Coulotte di cheval
  • Inner thigh
  • Knee interior

In his study in Rome, Professor Basoccu is available to perform a specialised consultation and assess the patient’s candidacy for the treatment of mesotherapy, which can be draining and therefore aimed at correcting the stagnation of excess fluids (thus acting on the lymphatic system) or lipolytic and therefore aimed at the elimination of localised fat and improving general cellular metabolism.

Treatment of long-lasting intralipotherapy is also performed.

The frequency of mesotherapy sessions will be timetabled according to a variable periodicity, following precise therapeutic protocols. In addition to cosmetic applications, lymphatic drainage and connective massage cycles are viable to further improve the final effect.

Post-operative recovery

The part that is treated with small injections in the intraderm can suffer redness and may undergo swelling, but that will disappear within a few hours. The results of mesotherapy, although optimal, can not be considered final: the doctor always advises to undergo a maintenance session at least once a month . There are no particular contraindications to this kind of treatment, provided it is performed by a specialised doctor.