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Have you tried Nappage Mesotherapy at Salon 112?*

I headed back to Salon 112 recently in Harlow Essex this time for a popular celebrity Red Carpet facial treatment called Nappage Mesotherapy.  We are all becoming increasingly aware of the importance of looking after our skin from a younger age. So where to start and what to try, what’s right for you? It seems the prospect of considering treatments like Mesotherapy is more and more attractive to both men and women, starting as young as in their 20’s and 30’s nowadays.  



If you’ve missed my previous posts I’ve recently embarked on an anti-ageing skin programme with a local salon  that came highly recommended from not only locals but women travelling the distance for the great results this salon delivers.



Salon 112 opened in 2001 to bring the most innovative treatments and products to the local area providing their clients with the very latest in beauty at competitive pricing. Sue and her team offer non-invasive state of the art technology, coupled with highly skilled and knowledgeable aestheticians to provide a wide array of treatments and products for your skins every need. Treatments and products offered include, Energist IPL treatments for Hair Removal and Skin Rejuvenation. Epionce & Agera Skin Peel System for Anti-Ageing, Acne & Rosacea. Crystal Clear Microdermabrasion & Oxygen Facials, Skeyndor Non Invasive Mesotherapy, CIT DermaRoller and Permanent Make-Up. They offer one to one consultations to identify the clients needs and how best to treat them. Every client is treated as an individual and a combination of treatments can be brought together to bring the best possible results.


So the lovely and very knowledgable therapist Kate started out with a mesofiller for my first treatment and for my second treatment has opted for Nappage mesotherapy. I’ve heard a lot about this on the beauty grapevine and it is meant to be a great treatment, but the question is what’s involved, who’s it right for and how will it help our skin?

Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is a cosmetic procedure that involves the injection of vitamins, homeopathic remedies or traditional medications into the mesoderm layer of the skin. It is designed to rejuvenate or resurface specific areas and the course of the injections given depends on the particular condition being treated.


The History Behind It
Michel Pistor (1924 – 2003) performed clinical research and established  the field of mesotherapy. Multi – national research in interdermal therapy culminated with Pistorʼs work from 1948 – 1952 in human mesotherapy treatments. The French press coined the term Mesotherapy in 1958. The French Academie Nationale de Medecine recognized Mesotherapy as a Specialty of Medicine in 1987. Popular throughout European countries and South America, Mesotherapy is practiced by approximatley 18,000 physicians.


Application
Mesotherapy uses different injection techniques according to the patients concerns, delivering the ingredients to different depths but typically quiet shallow 4-6mm. Many of these are not even felt as the skin is pinched prior to and during the injections. Since the injections are very superficial, they disperse very slowly and travel down to the deep tissue



This popular celebrity treatment consists of injections superficially applied in an interderm technique 2mm – 4mm apart, whilst continuously applying the bespoke mesotherapy ingredients to the areas being treated.




The Meso French Nappage technique delivers essential vitamins, trace elements and antioxidents for a wrinkle and epidermal treatment that produces younger, more vibrant skin (MesoGlow)


All nappage treatments begin with glycolic peel for even better results.
So what’s the treatment process ?

  • Your skin is prepared with an epionce cleanser.
  • A 30% glycolic peel will be applied depending on your skin type and requirements.
  • A suitable vitamin cocktail personally prescribed to the client is made and applied using the appropriate needle depth.
  • A Caci hydro moist mask is then applied using the caci to firming rollers and lymphatic drainage massage applied.
  • The treatment is finished off  with epionce renewal cream and eye cream.
So for my skin today Kate opted for the following bespoke ingredients for my skin but this would be tailored to you and your requirements depending on your own skin type and needs.

  • Eye cocktail for eye area only

  • F vitamin to full face

  • F lift to full face 

  • Hylauronic acid to eye lip and lines.

It looks painful but its not and I actually fell asleep during the treatment. My skin looked and felt amazing not only after the treatment but also for a good week post treatment. I suffer from quite dry skin so this was great as it rehydrated my skin loads. Thanks ladies I loved this and just in time for filming which gave me a lovely plumped glow. 



I’d love to know if you have tried or are thinking of trying facial mesotherapy and what you thought of the results?  Just comment below or get in touch via my twitter @naomikisted


If you want to try this treatment or book in for a consultation check them out:
W: www.salon112.co.uk  Twitter its: @112Harlow E: [email protected] T: 01279 306376



By Style & Beauty Journalist  Naomi Isted
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Naomi Isted
Editor in Chief, Naomi Isted is known as The Ultimate Lifestylist to her readers and viewers. She is a TV Presenter and Columnist. Ranked in the Top 100 LFW Social Media Influencers AW14 & SS15, Brand Ambassador for Pears Soap UK. Her Celebrity beauty TV Series currently airs to 27million homes on Physique TV in UAE, previously on Wedding TV in the UK. She brings fashion and beauty advice to her readers and viewers on a daily basis. She is Fashion and Beauty Columnist for Herald Scotland and has a Fashion and Beauty Bridal Blog for HELLO. She can usually be found attending celebrity fashion and beauty events in and around London and sharing the latest fashion and beauty trends with her readers.

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