By medical cosmetics we mean products which may be used by both doctors and cosmeticians. Of course, there are individual guidelines and laws which are regulated by the authorities separately or partly cantonal / regional.
The medical cosmetics is a hybrid field which can flow over to the aesthetic medicine. Many doctors use these treatment methods to round off their range of services and to complement individual treatments.
Microneedling is a skin rejuvenating procedure in which tiny needles puncture the top layer of skin with the aim of improving the overall texture and appearance of the skin.
The very small "stitches" specifically trigger a healing process, stimulating collagen production in the skin (CIT, Collagen Induction Process). Microneedling is one of the most effective treatment methods in medical cosmetics and is practiced in various forms, with electric, professional microneedling systems (with a medical declaration of conformity), with professional dermarollers or in the home care area with high-quality dermarollers. Depending on the additionally used needling cocktail (also called serum), different therapies are performed.
Mesotherapy allows the application of microdosed active substances safely and easily in puncture depths up to 10mm. Mesotherapy can be used for various aesthetic purposes and is therefore also attributed to medical cosmetics. However, depending on the application material and application depth, mesotherapy can also be attributed to aesthetic medicine.
Ideal for every treatment, especially with products that affect the skin more strongly in the short term, it is essential that an after-care treatment takes place. This serves the purpose of ensuring that patients are optimally protected after treatment and that no undesirable side effects occur.
In addition, after-care products serve the optimal aftercare and thus the improvement of the treatment result.
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