Are You a Good Candidate for Dermawave Mesotherapy?

A healthy diet and exercise regimen may not be enough for to lose a few stubborn pounds, but there are some cosmetic treatments that can help you get rid of a few inches. Mesotherapy has been used in Europe for several decades, and works by killing off fat cells in the treated area using a set of injections made with herbal compounds and medication. An innovative procedure called Dermawave has been deemed ‘no-needle’ mesotherapy because it helps achieve similar results with the application of a cold laser and electrical energy.

How Dermawave Mesotherapy Works

DermaWave mesotherapy is a non-surgical procedure designed to smooth out cellulite and reduce the appearance of fatty tissues in ‘problem areas’ such as the waist, hips and thighs. The procedure involves delivering natural substances in the form of a specially formulated gel deep into the tissues without any needles.
The device works by emitting a low energy laser and a set of electrical currents deeper into the skin tissues, and then stimulating the skin tissues with a smooth, plastic disc. The process causes mild tingling and feels like a deep tissue massage. The electrical stimulation, combined with the non-thermal laser, helps to strengthen the skin and also makes the skin more resilient over time, reducing the risk of developing cellulite in the future.
Dermawave mesotherapy is a completely painless procedure, and most people need to undergo at least 10 to 15 treatments in order to see significant results.
No needle mesotherapy works using the Aquaphoresis™ process that helps tone and stimulate muscles and also reduces water retention by affecting the lymph system. Aquaphoresis is based on the synergic effect of:
  • Muscle toning and stimulation
  • Active substances that go deep into the skin tissues
  • Laser stimulation
  • Lymphatic stimulation
There is no bruising or downtime involved with this innovative mesotherapy alternative, and patients need to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regimen to maintain results. Over time, the dimpled areas will resolve themselves or become less noticeable, creating a smoother, more sculpted appearance.

Best Candidates for Dermawave Mesotherapy

You may be a good candidate for the Dermawave mesotherapy treatment if you:
  • Have recently lost a lot of weight and want to improve your silhouette
  • Are not getting any results from a diet and exercise regimen
  • Want to avoid the risks and pain involved with traditional mesotherapy
  • Want to reduce cellulite around the hips, thighs and stomach without surgery
The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis at a plastic or cosmetic surgery center, and is also available at select medical spas around the country. The treatment takes between 20 to 30 minutes depending on the treatment area, and most people see results after the first treatment, and ongoing results after the final treatment. The procedure can be performed on all skin types.
Learn more about cellulite treatments in our information guide or consult with a medical spa in your area to find out if you may be a good candidate for Dermawave Mesotherapy treatments.