Needle mesotherapy – this usually uses non cross-linked hyaluronic acid, suitable for intradermal administration.

As the main building block of healthy and youthful skin (its production decreases with age), hyaluronic acid has a moisturising, elasticising and firming effect and gives the skin a radiant and healthy appearance.

After anaesthesia with an ointment, the preparation is administered with a needle or cannula; in this case, the mesotherapy procedure does not require any special convalescence – the redness disappears after a few hours, and in the event of the appearance of small bruises, they can be covered up without fear with normal make-up.

In the last few years, preparations containing a high concentration of hyaluronic acid and additional substances with a strong effect on skin metabolism have appeared. These make it possible to achieve a rapid and long-lasting improvement in skin quality while reducing the number of treatments (in the case of the preparations listed below, 2-3 treatments are sufficient).

Currently available preparations (for a list see the PRICE tab):

  • cross-linked hyaluronic acids for mesotherapy, the so-called skinboosters are characterised by a long period of persistence in the skin
  • hyaluronic acid preparations with calcium hydroxyapatite and amino acids
  • hyaluronic acid with amino acids, antioxidants and minerals
  • hyaluronic acid with peptides (so-called biomimetic peptides – they mimic the action of growth factors present in healthy skin), used to reduce wrinkles, discolouration, improve skin tone, improve hydration



In addition to the preparations described here, the following can be administered by mesotherapy

  • polynucleotides
  • polynucleotides with hyaluronic acid
  • cocktails containing vitamins and nutritional factors (I do not currently use these due to the need for a series of treatments)


The choice of preparation is made by the doctor or cosmetologist in consultation with the patient, taking into account the intended effects.