Mesotherapy treatment for losing inches

Medical Symptom & Sign Information:
Using Mesotherapy for losing inches is an option when the number of pounds to be shed results in body shaping as opposed to general weight reduction.
Lose inches becomes an important issue for post-partum women, as well as the general population. In North America, obesity is seen as a growing epidemic for both young and old.
Lose inches solutions are often sought based on the following common signs and symptoms...

  • ill-fitting clothes
  • less discernable mid-section
  • increased perspiration

Ideally, you should be within 30 pounds of your ideal weight for your body type and height before considering mesotherapy for lose inches. Better results will be achieved if you are within 10-15 pounds of your ideal weight.
Celebrities who have been mentioned in the media for having used Mesotherapy for weight loss include...

  • Roberta Flack
  • Sophie Marceau
  • Elle Macpherson
  • Caprice

Mesotherapy Treatment Description:

For general weight loss, mesotherapy injections will be given all over the body. This will cause fat breakdown after each session. Fat released from cells by mesotherapy is broken down the same way fat is broken down by diet or exercise. For spot lose inches, the injections will be given only in the area where the patient wants to lose fat.
With both procedures, the mesotherapist who specializes in mesotherapy for lose inches may use different medications or cocktails based on the treated area. Expect at least 10-12 sessions with your mesotherapist to see results.

Using mesotherapy for lose inches is not the final solution for weight control; it's simply one of many tools in your arsenal. In fact, you will need to supplement your treatments by being mindful about to sleep well, exercise, diet & periodic maintenances  
Mesotherapy treatments will produce the best results when combined with a healthy exercise program that combines cardio as well as weight resistance training. In addition, drink more water, moisturize your skin, and wear sunscreen.