Monday, September 5, 2016

Anti-Aging Vitamins in Polycomponent Mesotherapy


Vitamin cocktails are a mainstay of mesotherapy. The injectable substance usually involves a complex mixture of vitamins, minerals and vitamin-like substances that are meant to fight the aging process. These mixtures are known as polycomponent injections.

The Role of ACE In Polycomponent Mesotherapy

The vitamins in mesotherapy can help treat cellulite.
ACE is an acronym that is often used to describe three synchronistic vitamins: A, C and E, which are big immunity builders and renewers of damaged cells.

A vitamin that is always part of a mesotherapy injection mixture is Vitamin C (absorbic acid.) Absorbic acid assists with DNA synthesis, speeding it up and encouraging more rapid cell-turnover, renewal and repair.  Vitamin A is essential for the synthesis of collagen and skin responds well topically to any polycomponenet mixture that contains both of these vitamins.

Another mainstay in polycomponent mesotherapy is Vitamin E (tocopherol). This is the vitamin that is mainly responsible for protecting skin from free radical damage. It is essential for ample amounts of Vitamin C to be present if cells are to successfully renew themselves.  Vitamin E is also often paired with Inositol, which is not a vitamin, but a vitamin-like substance that helps regulate the respiration of cells and helps the other injected vitamins work to retain the integrity of the cell membrane.  The stronger the cell membrane is, the less likely damage due to aging is to occur.

The Role of B Vitamins In Polycomponent Mesotherapy

B vitamins provide cells with the coenzymes they need to defeat aging.  Vitamin B1 (also known as thiamine) is a component in anti-aging mesotherapy inections because it plays a key role in obtaining deoxyribose and ribose from glucose, which are used to synthesize DNA and RNA in cells.  Thiamine also prevents aging by helping to put off the natural oxidation of cells.

Vitamin B2 (also known as riboflavin) help cells turn carbohydrates and fat into energy and also help activate the other B vitamins so that they perform at their optimal efficiency.  Some polycomponent mesotherapy anti-aging formulas will also contain derivatives of riboflavin that support cell metabolism.

Also important is Vitamin B3 (nicotinamide), which brings to coenzymes into play that help the biosynethis of fatty acids.  Vitamin B5 (pantothic acid) is also and important player anti-aging formulas, when it comes to synthesizing fatty acids and improving cellular metabolism.

Some B vitamins are crucial for helping to create the amino acids that form new cells. These are the beautifiers of the body and they have a lot to do with improving the health of your skin and hair. Vitamin B6 (also known as pyridoxine) is converted to a coenzyme that helps cells multiply, divide and create new ones.  Vitamin B7 (also known as biotin) helps regulate the metabolism and prevents skin from clogging up with dead skin cells and drying out.

Vitamin B9 (folic acid) is necessary for cell division and the creation of new cells with healthy DNA and RNA.  However, vitamin B9 is not very effective unless it is also combined with Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), another amino acid building B vitamin, so B9 and B12 often appear together in a mesotherapy vitamin injection formulas so that cells are fed ample amounts of folic acid. Folic acid is crucial to cell respiration because it works with iron to create healthy red blood cells.  These red blood cells are responsible for feeding all cells the nutrients that they need to retain their integrity, which ultimately translates to slower aging.

When mesotherapy injections are successful, the capacity of the cell membrane to respirate and also absorb nutrients is vastly improve, thus resulting in a much younger appearance or your patient.

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