Needle-Free Mesotherapy

Needle-free mesotherapy is one of the modern skin rejuvenation procedures that is classified as regular skin care. Needle-free mesotherapy is a pleasant, non-invasive method, by which the active substances are applied deep into the skin and subcutaneous tissue layers using a misoperation procedure. This treatment improves skin metabolism, and accelerates blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, allowing nutrients to enter the skin faster and eliminating harmful substances.


  • Before needle-free mesotherapy, the skin needs to be adequately prepared and microdermabrasion is the ideal preparation.
  • Microdermabrasion removes the superficial thickening of the skin and thus provides better penetration of the active substances by needle-free mesotherapy.
  • The treatment itself is very pleasant and there is no recovery period.
  • The extensions to which the active substances are applied are of different shapes depending on the region being treated, and the Mesowave apparatus operates on the principle of ultrasonic waves, iontophoresis, and biostimulant lasers.


  • Needle-free mesotherapy works to improve skin texture, hydrate skin, and remove mild pigmentation and is also used as a treatment for the care of dry and sensitive skin.
  • Depending on the wishes and needs of our clients, the active substances applied are also different.
  • Needle-free mesotherapy is the method of choice for clients who are sensitive and intolerant to injection methods and is ideal for sensitive skin.
  • Mesotherapy cocktails contain multivitamins, oligo-elements, antioxidants, hyaluronan, and amino acid.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Needle-Free Mesotherapy work?

Needle-free mesotherapy is used for facial, neck, décolleté, and body treatments. The results of needle-free mesotherapy are hydrated skin, regenerated, with better tone, fresher, and more restful.

How often is Mesotherapy without Needles done?

  • Needle-free mesotherapy can be performed at intervals of seven days to two weeks depending on the type and condition of the skin.
  • This treatment can be combined with other procedures, very often it can be a preparatory treatment.
  • A series of 4 to 6 treatments is recommended depending on the indications.