Mesotherapy and biorevitalization are amongst the most popular types of injection cosmetic procedures. Both procedures are performed in the same technique, but differ in nuances.
Mesotherapy is a method of introducing active cocktails into the deep layers of the dermis in order to improve the skin appearance, as well as to solve certain cosmetic problems. Mesotherapy procedures are aimed at delivering vitamins, minerals, amino acids or other beneficial substances to the dermis. The composition of the mix is determined by the cosmetologist based on the current state of the patient's skin and the therapeutic goals of the injections. Mesotherapy has long been used not only to rejuvenate the skin, but also to eliminate acne, rosacea, pigmentation, and dark circles under the eyes. The technique of performing classical mesotherapy depends on the composition of the serum and the goal pursued. Process automation is achieved through the use of meso scooters and meso injectors. The main requirement for the equipment is sterility and the ability to accurately dose the amount of serum. There are also non-injection types of procedures represented by laser, ultrasonic and gas-liquid mesotherapy.
Biorevitalization originated as a specific type of mesotherapy. The procedure was basically the same, and the main differences were only in the composition, or rather in the main active ingredient of the injected solution. Initially, biorevitalization was a procedure for "revitalizing" the skin by replenishing the balance of hyaluronic acid (hyaluron). With time, the introduction of hyaluronic acid into the deep layers of the skin has received a separate name - biorevitalization. Soon biorevitalization, due to its high efficiency, grew into a separate independent direction. Today biorevitalization is one of the most popular and demanded procedures in cosmetology. The composition of biorevitalization solutions has long been not only hyaluronic acid, but a rich complexe of highly effective ingredients such as peptides, amino acids, vitamins, antioxidants, etc. Biorevitalization procedures provide deep hydration of the skin, stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, restore the intercellular matrix, and provide an unsurpassed anti-age effect. The therapeutic effect is achieved in several procedures. The duration of the course is determined by the practitioner, based on the individual parameters of each patient. Hyaluronic acid may be the only component in the preparation, and one of the elements of a richer composition.
Since biorevitalization is a special case of mesotherapy the question "What is better" is not entirely correct. The main purpose of the biorevitalization procedure is to replenish the lack of hyaluronic acid, deep moisturize, nourish, restore the skin and prolong its beauty and youth. Biorevitalization is used by cosmetologists mainly for aesthetic correction of the skin on the face, neck, décolleté and hands. Mesotherapy is a broader concept and includes all therapeutic cocktails injected into the skin to solve a wide variety of problems. This is the treatment of cellulite, and the reduction of local fat deposits, and the correction of a wide variety of skin defects, nutrition of hair follicles and much more.