MesoBody

MesoBody is a unique treatment created by Dr Barbara Kubicka and is exclusive to Clinicbe.

The word MesoBody summarises the treatment perfectly as the treatment is a form of mesotherapy for treating the body.

The principle behind mesotherapy is based on using a series of tiny injections into the skin. This has a dual benefit:

  • delivering carefully chosen solution into the skin – e.g. vitamins, minerals or in the case of facial treatments, volumising and hydrating hyaluronic acid
  • interrupting the skin’s surface to initiate a natural healing, regeneration and skin tightening response

MesoBody

MesoBody is a fat-busting procedure which can tackle specific problem areas of accumulated fat. Even with a good diet and exercise, there are always some areas where fat tends to gather. Modern living and working at a desk make this all the more common.

The MesoBody procedure involves a series of tiny mesotherapy injections, delivered directly into the subcutaneous tissue in the skin’s fatty layer.

The treatment works to break down areas of cellulite and fatty deposits using mesotherapeutic injections to shrink and reduce buildup of fat, leaving a more slimline body shape.

The act of injecting the skin also tones and tightens skin in the area, which adds to the overall benefit.

Mesotherapy FAQ

How much will it cost?

We offer single sessions of mesotherapy from just £175.

What else can mesotherapy be used for?

Mesotherapy is well established as a facial treatment. Dr Barbara Kubicka also offers mesotherapy injections for hair loss, where nutrients are delivered directly into the scalp to boost skin health in this delicate area.

When will I see results?

This depends on what you’re having treated; some patients can expect to see results after the first session, though for larger and more stubborn areas, 2-3 sessions may be required before results are visible.

We offer a discount for packages of 5 or 10 mesotherapy sessions

Will it hurt?

The injections will feel slightly uncomfortable as they go right into the fatty layers. However, we can use ice to numb the area prior to treatment and if necessary, a local anaesthetic can be used. We also provide painkillers if required, although the discomfort is usually just restricted to the procedure itself, so is generally short lived.