Monday, December 30, 2013

cosmetic injectionsIn its look at what beauty treatments will be popular in 2014, the Daily Mail suggests that mesotherapy injections are set for a surge in popularity.

The feature said:

Mesotherapy – a treatment of micro-injections on the mesoderm (the middle layer of the skin) containing collagen-stimulating vitamins to reduce the signs of ageing – will also hit the mainstream, predict experts.

Mesotherapy injections are already on offer at exclusive clinics such as Clinicbe in Knightsbridge, where founder Dr Barbara Kubicka has a reputation for offering the treatment for a wide variety of conditions.

Mesotherapy is probably best known as an anti-ageing treatment. The injections serve not only to nourish the skin from within, but also work to stimulate collagen production, delivering a firmer, tighter complexion for the skin.

However, there are other uses too.

Mesotherapy can be used in the treatment of acne, where improving the innate health of the skin has tremendous benefits in helping patients to discover a clearer complexion with less oiliness and fewer pustules.

Dr Kubicka also uses mesotherapy in treating hair loss without surgery. Nourishing the scalp has been shown to be very useful in helping patients to retain their own natural hair.

The mini injections can also be used for body areas, such as the thighs or buttocks, where they can be used to treat the appearance of cellulite, promoting smoother skin.

On the abdomen, mesotherapy could be an option for improving stretch marks, by encouraging the skin to be tighter and smoother.

Little wonder that mesotherapy is becoming increasingly popular.

However, there are other options for treating all of these conditions. Just because mesotherapy is popular does not make it the best for everyone.

Anybody interested in having skin treatments should start by having a private consultation in order to get for individual advice on what’s best for them.


Dr Kubicka, MD, CIME/ICAM, MBCAM founded Clinicbe to offer a new holistic approach to skincare treatments; treating the patient as a whole in order to get the best possible results from any treatments they may have.

Private consultations include individual advice on nutrition and lifestyle to help tackle skincare issues from within and compliment professional treatments.

For further information or to arrange a confidential consultation, please contact us on 0207 125 0521 or email