Mesotherapy Serum for Microneedling

Mesotherapy Serums vs. Normal Serums

Which is the best Mesotherapy serums for Micro-needling?

Serum-based treatments have become increasingly popular among clients who wish to improve their skin tone via collagen production through wound healing. One of the most effective non-invasive skin treatments is micro needling, which works wonders for aging skin issues, like saggy skin, wrinkles, age spots, and more.

However, the effectiveness of micro needling treatments depends largely on the type of serum used. In this article, I’ll explain the benefits of using serum for mesotherapy micro-needling.

I’m Jen Adams as a functional nutritionist and aesthetics skin therapist, similar to a professional dermatologist but more therapist than a doctor. I have ten years of clinical experience in nutrition advice and facial skin treatments.

I want to share with you what I have discovered over the years about ageing skin so that you can learn how to improve your nutrition and skin health to boost confidence.

My skin health approach is to educate you to have the confidence when investing in your skincare and professional aesthetic treatments that are right for your skin health, not just your skin type or the latest anti aging fad!

My focus is sharing what I have discovered over the years about ageing skin treatment so you can learn how to enhance your skin health by boost collagen and elastin naturally so your complexion glows each and every day.

Mesotherapy Serums vs. Normal Serums for Microneedling

Microneedling is an advanced skin procedure where a stamp, pen, or derma-roller is covered in tiny needles and stamps or rolls all over the skin surface to encourage collagen production and toning of the tissues.

The micro-needling action is used in conjunction with a mesotherapy serum, which acts as a buffer between the roller and the skin itself. The International Journal of Dermatology explains that the active solution of mesotherapy serums can be injected directly into the affected area, so they are excellent for those who want to tackle dehydrated, dull, puffy, or saggy skin.

Mesotherapy serums are crucial for a successful microneedling treatment because they protect, nourish, and hydrate the skin cells as they penetrate the dermis placing growth factors, vitamin c and peptides in the right place.

What is the difference between mesotherapy serum to skincare serum?

Now that you know the relationship between micro-needling and serums, let’s get into the differences between mesotherapy serums and normal serums:

  • Mesotherapy serums are medical-grade solutions designed to be injected into the skin, while normal serums are formulated to be applied to the skin’s surface.
  • Mesotherapy serums contain fewer chemical compounds; they are alcohol free and fragrance free than normal serums because they are created at a specific molecular weight in an active natural form for the skin cell to recognise.
  • Most meso-serums contain a specific combination of reactive enzymes, cytokines, plant extracts, and vitamin to help tackle skin cell health in the extracellular matrix while normal serums may include a wider variety of ingredients, so they can be applied to the skin and feel soft and pleasurable to the senses.

When to use a Skin Care Serums?

Best serums are a secret weapon against many skin issues. Their active molecules penetrate the skin much faster than other skincare tools, promoting visible results in a shorter amount of time. The frequency of serum applications depends on a person’s skincare goal, but it is best to use it as a base layer under heavier products like sunscreen or moisturizer.

It should be pointed out that serums are not the same as moisturizers or face creams, so other skincare products cannot substitute them. However, they can be used in addition to daily moisturisers, as discussed by the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. According to the 2011 study, facial dryness is tackled best by adding hyaluronic acid to your daily moisturizer regimen. The serum will offer a more powerful dose of active ingredients, bringing any skincare routine to the next level.

It would be best if you used skincare serums to target skin concerns, such as hydration, pigmentation, blemishes, dullness and your daily cream are there to protect by sealing the moisture in your skin.

There are five main benefits associated with skincare serums:

  1. Quick Absorption – serums have a thinner viscosity than other skin moisturizers absorbed more easily into the skin.
  2. Soothing Properties – serums have a deep soothing power, especially for oily or acne-prone skin types
  3. Prevent Future Skin Damage – due to ingredients such as Vitamin E, ferulic acid, and Vitamin C, serums protect the skin from oxidative damage caused by UV light and pollution, preventing the premature appearance of wrinkles and signs of aging.
  4. Provide Visible Results – the serum’s active ingredients are absorbed quickly into the skin, leading to more visible results in a shorter amount of time.
  5. Grease-free – compared to thicker face creams and moisturizers, serums leave the skin light and smooth.

Benefits of Mesotherapy Serums

Mesotherapy serums have had a big impact on the way modern skincare has evolved recently with home skin needling and micro needling treatments in the clinic becoming very popular. 

The right mesotherapy serum will successfully regenerate the affected cells, whether the skin is sun-damaged, aging, or pigmented. 

For this reason, it is crucial to choose mesotherapy serums that will favor the skin’s health in the short and long term.

In Skin Health Clinic, I use FILLMED NCTF 135 HA, one of the best solutions for skin-boosting, hydration, and replenishment of fine lines. Formulated in France in 1978, this serum contains 59 active ingredients that stimulate fibroblast activity, producing new collagen and elastin, hyaluronic acid, and peptides giving you visibly toned skin almost instantly.

When used as part of a micro needling treatment, NCTF 135 HA will nourish the skin cells while providing the epidermis and dermis layer with essential nutrients for skin rejuvenation.

In Conclusion

Mesotherapy serums are crucial for successful micro-needling treatment because they place the ingredients into the dermis to nourish, hydrate the skin cells to address signs of aging

When the skin cells are traumatized by the injection of the needles, the exact nutrient support, such as growth factors and peptides, are placed in the perfect environment for the skin cells to absorb and regenerate to be stronger and nourished skin tone.

Serums for mesotherapy have a smaller and light molecular weight than normal skincare serums. This enables the undeveloped skin cells in the dermis to recognize the essential active ingredients required for its growth and strength as it matures.

Your everyday serums cannot be as active or at the correct molecular level as they need to sit on the shelf in the warehouse before arriving in your bathroom for a few months. This is why you will see all mesotherapy serums in a single-use, air-tight glass bottle.

Now you know a ton of helpful information about microneedling treatments and mesotherapy serums, most notably how they work and what they can do for your skin health.

If you’re ready to learn more about the simplicity of my three step microneedling routine or more details about in-clinic advanced skin aesthetics to tighten, tone and lift your sagging skin feel free to learn more from the Skin Health Expert - YouTube Channel

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