Frequently Asked Questions
Does it hurt?
Most of the treatment is comfortable. Some bony areas may cause slight discomfort. Subsequent treatments become more comfortable. The needles are plastic and are less invasive than other skin needling techniques.
What skin care routine do you recommend afterwards?
The beauty of these products is that you don‘t have to buy an expensive skin care range after the treatment. Carry on using your usual skincare as long as it contains an SPF 30 or more.
Why is Meso Vytal better than derma rolling?
Vytal is less invasive; we do not need to use numbing creams on the skin which means the products are able to work better. The contoured needle head means you can be more specific in your treatments and target finer areas. You can go around the under eye area.
How will I look at the end of the treatment?
There is very little downtime with this treatment. Your client may look slightly red immediately after but his will quickly subside. The skin starts healing immediately and you should notice a difference within 2 treatments. If you have worked a little more on wrinkles or small scars these may take a day to subside. Your clients may experience some peeling and this is very normal. It is the dehydrated skin leaving the stratum corneum.
What aftercare solutions do I use?
There is an aftercare treatment included In the treatment package. Clients can use any product but will benefit more from the treatment if they use one with hyaluronic acid. Mineral make up is a great solution to camouflage any slight redness immediately post treatment.
How far apart are the treatments?
For the first 4 weeks it is recommended that the treatment is once every 5 days. Afterwards it should be carried out every month to maintain optimal results.
How soon after Botox and Fillers can I have Meso Vytal treatments?
With Botox it is best to leave at least 2 weeks after a Botox treatment before starting a Meso Vytal. With fillers it is best to leave at least 21 days before the tillers have settled.