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Do you want to know about Fusion Mesotherapy & Microneedling ?

Do you want to  know about  Fusion Mesotherapy & Microneedling ?


What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a fairly new treatment to the beauty industry, combining the traditional micro needling methods with the more contemporary Mesotherapy practice.


Let's delve into this...


Micro-needling is a derma pen procedure that uses small needles to prick the skin. This is generally used to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother and firmer skin.


Mesotherapy is a technique whereby vitamins, enzymes, hormones and plant extracts are injected into the skin to rejuvenate and tighten skin in the face as well as remove excess fat. 

By integrating these two techniques and administering minute amounts of products into the skin through controlled injuries, you can stimulate collagen production. This approach also allows for the use of customised serums tailored to address your skin's specific needs.


What is it used for?

Since the 1990’s micro needle therapy has long been used by practitioners in the form of Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) to fade scars and generally as an anti-aging treatment. As technology has advanced and smaller needles have become available, these needles have been recognised for their capacity to increase the bio-availability of topical treatments and further enhance their absorption by the skin.

With increased levels of formulations available,  bespoke treatment packages can be created by our professionals at Pure Aesthetics Clinic for you to achieve your skin goals.


Intense hydration treatments

Skin tightening

Dull skin colour (due to low blood flow)

Acne or surgical scars

Vertical peri-oral lines

Stretch marks

Enlarged pores

Deep decolletage creases or stubborn wrinkles

Delivers nutrition into the skin

Any many other benefits…


What are the main benefits?

This process has two major benefits: it effectively stimulates collagen formation at the same time as allowing product absorption more effectively through the top layer (epidermis) of skin.

The microscopic punctures (which are often just the opening of the pores of your skin) stimulate collagen production in the dermis layer as it breaks some of the blood vessels directly below the surface of the skin. As the blood clots, it creates the right environment for collagen and elastin formation. These are the key ingredients which help the skin to appear rejuvenated.


Is it painful?

As expected, when you are creating microscopic holes in your skin, Mesotherapy can be a little uncomfortable however it is easily tolerated.

 What areas can be treated?

The most common areas for Mesotherapy treatment on both men and women are the face,neck, decollete, scalp and certain body areas.

How long does the treatment take?

Each session takes approximately 30-60 minutes dependent on the treatment area.  

How many sessions are required?

You will be able to see a noticeable difference after just one session but to take advantage of Mesotherapy in its fullest, we highly recommend 4-8 treatments depending on your skins condition. We also advise that you allow your skin to rejuvenate for at least 10-15 days between treatments too 

To receive this treatment,

 It  is strongly advised to schedule a consultation at Pure Aesthetics Clinic before proceeding with the treatment. During the consultation, we will assess your suitability for the treatment, verify if it aligns with your requirements, and develop a personalised treatment and aftercare plan for you.

A consultation fee of only £25 is applicable, and this amount will be deducted from the total treatment cost if you decide to move forward. Ideally, the consultation should take place around two weeks before your treatment commences.


Our Promise:

The formulations we develop are tailored exclusively for your skin.

We customise and adapt treatment plans based on your skin objectives. Through a thorough understanding of each client's skin, we can address multiple conditions simultaneously, optimising the treatment plan for the best results.


Fractional Mesotherapy is a specialised treatment administered by skilled and experienced practitioners.

Blue light filters: do they really work?

Blue light filters: do they really work?

What is blue light?

Around one-third of all the light we see is blue light, with sunlight being the main source. Blue light is also known as high-energy visible (HEV) light. Unlike other types of light, our eyes cannot filter it on their own. This means blue light can reach the retina without restriction.

The most common sources of artificial blue light are:

  • Flat-screen LED televisions
  • Fluorescent lights
  • LEDs
  • Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs
  • Smartphones
  • Computer screens
  • Tablets

What is a blue light filter?

A blue light filter is designed to protect our eyes from any harmful effects of blue lights.

People spend around seven hours a day looking at digital screens.  As this has raised safety concerns, blue light filters are now commonplace across a range of products to increase safety for long-term use - they can be used on everything from phones to blue light blocking sunglasses.

 How does blue light affect the eyes?

There is debate as to whether blue light damages our eyes. Studies show that high levels of blue light, over prolonged periods, have the potential to damage the retina - and that blue light blocking glasses could help prevent up to 80% of this damage. An injured retina can lead to vision loss and distortion.

But when it comes to a smaller amount of blue light, it's less about eye damage and more about how it affects your body.

One of the most common issues people have with looking at screens a lot is digital eye strain.  . This occurs because you blink less when looking at screens, which reduces the amount of moisture in your eyes. Symptoms of digital eye strain include dry eye, headaches, nausea, neck pain and more. This is often mistaken for the effects of blue light. At present, there's no evidence that blue light filters can help prevent or ease digital eye strain

If you experience symptoms of digital eye strain, the following may help:

  • Adjust your screen's brightness
  • Eliminate screen glare
  • Ensure your screen isn't brighter than the other lighting in the room
  • Use filters to adjust colour warmth throughout the day, as this reduces eye strain in the evening
  • Don't sit too close to the screen

Benefits of blue light filters

Eye damage

Blue light can cause retinal damage, but the evidence for this involves extreme exposure over consistent and long periods. In truth, the effects of day-to-day blue light exposure are not yet fully understood - and we don't yet know how beneficial blue light filters are.

Bhavin Shah is a behavioural optometrist at Central Vision Opticians. He says that the evidence for blue light filters is inconclusive, and instead opts for a spectral filter on his personal sunglasses.  This filters out more than blue in the spectrum of light and makes eyes more comfortable when driving in overcast weather.


Blue light exposure affects your circadian rhythm, the body's internal clock. Light is critical for how it behaves and adjusts to environmental factors - such as day and night. This is why too much exposure to artificial light before bedtime - such as blue light from a screen - can make it hard to fall asleep. 

Blue light stimulates your eyes and brain, sending signals to your body's internal clock. This in turn affects how your body produces melatonin, the sleep-inducing hormone. So, if you find yourself scrolling through your phone or watch TV before bed to wind down at bedtime, you're actually making your body more alert.

Reducing or cutting out screen time before bed is beneficial for improved sleep and a healthy sleep pattern.  For screen-time you do have, blue light filters can help limit blue light exposure.


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