Mesotherapy in North York

Treat and smooth your skin

Developed more than 50 years ago by French physician Dr. Michel Pistor, mesotherapy is the term used to describe a treatment that inserts very fine needles into the skin and injects a substance containing vitamins, antioxidants, Phosphatidycholine or hyaluronic acid into the dermis to treat reduce cellulite, dissolve fat, treat fine lines and wrinkles, hair loss, stretch marks or chronic pain.

If you are a NEEDLEPHOBE, say “hello” to NEEDLE FREE MESOTHERAPY !

What is it?

A non-surgical procedure that provides similar benefits to mesotherapy - without the side effects or downtime. Best of all-its absolutely painless.

How does it work?

We use ultrasound waves to deliver meso cocktails painlessly, with wide diffusion, to any depth and without entering the bloodstream.



Basic Mesotherapy
Needle Free Mesotherapy 
Additional Cost: Meso-vitamins, Amino-Acids, Collagenasesfrom $5/ml to $20/ml

* Please note that all prices are quoted as per session.

* All prices are subject to change without notice as well as addition of applicable taxes.


Q: What are the ingredients in Mesotherapy injections?

A: The mesotherapy injection is a solution of various vitamins, minerals, enzymes, plant extracts, anesthetics, medications and amino acids. The makeup of the solution varies depending on the needs of the patient and the effect desired while allowing for a greater level of safety when issues such as drug interactions and allergies exist.

Q: How many treatments are required before the results are visible?

A: A treatment cycle could require as few as 4 and as many as 10 treatments or more depending on the size of the area being treated and the results desired.

Q: Are the Mesotherapy treatments painful?

A: The procedure has minimal discomfort, but if a patient is sensitive to needles, a mild painkiller, local anesthetic or numbing cream can be used. The discomfort level is often compared to that of waxing.

Q: What types of side effects can be expected after a treatment?

A: While some people experience side effects to a lesser degree than others, most people can expect the following:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Itching
  • Bruising
  • General discomfort

A rare side effect of Mesotherapy is the formation of nodules. A small, pea-like hardening may appear under the skin. Usually only noticeable by touch, these formations are not serious and will dissolve by themselves, disappearing after a few weeks, or at most, months.

Q: What is considered an "area" for treatment purposes?

A: Both sides of the body are considered together to form one area. For example:

  • The outside of the thigh, both legs
  • The inside of the thigh, both legs
  • The abdomen below the navel, both sides
  • The abdomen above the navel, both sides
  • Love handles, both sides
  • The back (bra bulge), both sides
  • Backs of the upper arms, both sides
  • Jowls, both sides of face
  • Under chin, both sides
  • Eye fat pads, both eyes

Q: Who cannot have Mesotherapy?

A: The following patients can NOT have Mesotherapy:

  • Patients who are pregnant.
  • Patients that are insulin-dependent for diabetes.
  • Patients with a history of a stroke.
  • Patients with a history of recent cancer.
  • Patients with a history of blood clots.
  • Patients that are on multiple medications for heart disease.