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Skinasil

Skinasil

Skinasil, made by Toskani Laboratories (Russia) includes a line of pre-made mesotherapy cocktails as well as an assortment of products to be used individually. This brand is most remarkable for its variety of products and its reputation for staying up to date with regards to the newest developments.


Revitacare

Revitacare

French pre-made cocktails for mesotherapy based on hyaluronic acid and vitamin/mineral complexes. Revitacare cocktails are versatile tools for solving many aesthetic problems associated with facial skin, body or scalp.


Dietbel

Dietbel

Injections for mesotherapy containing herbal extracts, amino acids and essential trace elements, as well as biologically active macromolecules, growth factors, and cell division factors. Dietbel also offers a line of premade cocktails developed for ultrasound mesotherapy.


ID Farma

ID Farma

Made in Spain, ID Farma products are effective against seborrhea, acne, diffuse hair thinning, dry and brittle hair, as well as damaged hair. In addition to the traditional mesotherpy injections, ID Farma also caters to a variety of electronic cosmetology techniques: electroporation, cavitation, and ultrasound.


GT Gel (Mesaltera)

GT Gel (Mesaltera)

GT Gel is the first addition to the new line of products for electronic mesotherapy from Toskani Laboratories. The gel moisturizes the skin and ensures ideal contact of mesotherapy appartus with the skin's surface. GT Gel can be used in any electronic cosmetology treatments.


Hyaluform Mesolift

Hyaluform Mesolift

Contains a basic mesotherapy tool, hyaluronic acid, produced by biotech lab Shiseido Co. (Japan). Final product is made by Toskani Laboratory (Russia) Hyaluform Mesolift is available in several concentrations which are suitable for use in a multitude of mesotherapy cocktails for the treatment of almost any aesthetic problem.


Mesoinjectors

Mesoinjectors

Pistor 4, made by MI-Medical Innovation (France) is a new-generation electronic mesoinjector for advanced mesotherapy treatments. Use of a mesoinjector enables you to quickly and efficiently administer precisely measured uniform doses of drugs into the patient’s skin, making the treatment process much faster than manual injections and more comfortable for the client.


Injection (Traditional) Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a method of treatment centered around administering low doses of medication by means of injections directly into a hotbed of pathology. Treatments applied onto the surface of the skin have frequently fallen short of their intended result because of the difficulties biologically active ingredients encounter in penetrating the surface layer of the skin. However, over 60 years ago a French physician, Dr. Michel Pistor has invented the practice of mesotherapy: a method that has since found a variety of applications and has become quite popular not only in France, but in the whole world.

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Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid (commonly abbreviated HA) is a biological polymer that plays a key role in several biochemical processes in the human organism. Hyaluronic acid is important for the processes of tissue regeneration and essential for maintaining a healthy skin that is smooth, firm, and attractive. There are roughly 15 to 20 grams of HA in an adult human body and it is continually synthesized and degraded at a fairly high rate.

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Electronic (Non-injection) Mesotherapy

Electronic mesotherapy is a completely new approach, serving the same purposes as traditional mesotherapy treatments. It is the next evolutionary step from mesotherapy injections: electronic mesotherapy allows for delivery of medications into the skin without a needle and, consequently, without breaking the integrity of the skin’s surfcae, without pain or unpleasant sensations, and without side effects!

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Trace Elements in Mesotherapy

Trace elements in the context of biology are defined as elements present in living organisms in trace amounts ( less than 0.001% of total mass). They are not used as building blocks of cells, but rather as specialized one-of-a-kind parts of certain biological molecules, or as co-factors and catalysts of many biochemical reactions.

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