What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a treatment for cellulite that is extremely popular in Europe. In fact, it was actually a French doctor, Dr. Pistor, that created this alternative therapy in 1952. With mesotherapy, the patient receives injections into and around the site where they experience cellulite. The injections themselves are made from natural substances like minerals, vitamins, and amino acids. The patients go through this process once a week for several months and typically get good results. The process can be expensive and mesotherapy experts can be difficult to locate, but many patients report overall satisfaction with this form of therapy.

There are many different resources on the Web that offer more information about mesotherapy. Here are a few:

What is Mesotherapy?


Mesotherapy, also known as intradermotherapy, is really a term that describes a way to deliver medicines. Medicines and/or other substances are injected into the connective tissue that is just under the skin (the mesoderm).

Also, it might be worthwhile to learn more about the potential risks and side effects associated with mesotherapy and a related procedure called lipodissolve. We found a post published by the Phillips Law Firm that discusses FDA warnings about this procedure:

FDA Warns of Lipodissolve & Mesotherapy Procedures Serious Side


Can Exercise Help With Cellulite?

One of the most over looked therapies for cellulite is good, old-fashioned exercise. Exercise is a great way to reduce the appearance of cellulite. In fact, it also helps your body is so many other ways, you should be doing it regularly anyhow. It seems that walking and bicycling are two of the most beneficial exercises when it comes to cellulite. Both target areas that cellulite is most common to, such as legs and buttocks. So, if you can work a walk or a biking trek into your schedule at least once a day, you will likely notice a change in your cellulite as well.

So, instead of talking with your doctor about cosmetic surgery, talk to him or her about the possible alternative therapies you can use to help reduce the appearance of your cellulite. Your doctor might have more therapies for you to try as well. There are ways to make your cellulite more noticeable without having to go under the knife.