Meso-warton is tool for bioremediation contains a complex complex, each component of which has its own role in combating age-related changes.
The high-tech bioremediation Meso-Warton does not resemble the traditional means for biorevitalization and mesotherapy. The rejuvenating effect of the product is achieved not only through the production of collagen and elastin, but also by stimulating the growth of stem cells that contribute to the renewal of the skin. Thus, patients do not need frequent anti-age procedures: the effect of the Meso-Warton F199 injection course persists for about 1 year.
Exposure and composition of Meso-Warton F199 (1×1 ml)
The rejuvenating effect of stem cells scientists began to study as early as the beginning of the last century. In the 1930s, Professor Paul Nygans from Switzerland tried to rid his patients of wrinkles by using animal stem cells. Subsequently, studies have shown that human cells are more suitable for this purpose.
In 1998, John Becker and James Thompson from the US managed to isolate and clone a number of human embryonic stem cells. From that moment, cell biology began to develop in two directions, one of which envisaged the use of such cells for the treatment of diseases, the second – to combat aging.
In 2007, an American obstetrician-gynecologist of Russian origin, a specialist in the field of fetal surgery, Boris Petrikovsky, for the first time in the world isolated a protein from the embryonic mucous umbilical cord, which is used to stimulate the division of stem cells. And already in a year, in 2008 appeared Mesovarton bio-preservative on the basis of a synthetic substance – analogue of the protein of the varton jelly.
The product is available as a transparent gel in a glass syringe of 1.5 ml. This volume is sufficient for a single treatment of the face, neck, decollete, upper part of the hands. For the introduction of the drug recommended needle 32G (0.2×4 mm).