Skin Lightening

How many shades lighter can I get with Meso-Infusion skin lightening treatments?
Ethnic skin types - encompassing individuals of African, Asian, Oriental and mixed non-European heritage - have many different shades and undertones. F...
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Are the results permanent?
As long as UV exposure is avoided and the skin is protected with an SPF of at least 30 in both overcast and sunny weather, a course of Meso-Infusion treat...
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How much is it per session or course?
All first time Meso-Infusion clients will be required to embark on a course of treatments, which start from 24 treatments at a bulk discount of 25% off. F...
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How many procedures or sessions will I need?
The typical treatment plan ranges from 6 to 18 months. You will need at least 1-2 treatments per week; two per week are typically recommended.  Ulti...
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How is the dosage of glutathione calculated?
Each Meso-Infusion IV dosage contains glutathione, vitamin c and ALA (alpha lipoic acid). These are calculated according to your weight and he...
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Can Meso-Infusion lighten selected body parts, dark scars or marks on the body?
Meso-Infusion treatments are indiscriminate. They lighten the entire body, and cannot be localised or targeted towards a particular area. If you're l...
Sun, 7 Aug, 2016 at 2:47 AM
What ingredients are used?
The following ingredients are used in Meso-Infusion IV (intravenous) treatments: Glutathione Vitamin C Alpha Lipoic Acid ...
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Are Meso-Infusion treatments hydroquinone free?
Yes! Meso-infusion ingredients are 100% naturally derived (glutathione, vitamin C and alpha lipoic acid are all safe antioxidants), manufactured in a...
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What are the potential side effects?
Normal side effects include headaches, nausea, diarrhoea and stomach cramps. Approximately 3 our of 10 people will experience at least one of these side e...
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How is the Meso-Infusion procedure done?
Using a butterfly syringe, the Meso-Infusion solution will be injected into the back of the hand or your elbow crease, according to your preference.
Sun, 7 Aug, 2016 at 2:54 AM