Originally stared in Spain, Mesoestetic was founded in 1984 by Joan Carles Font and Mª José Almansa, Mesoestetic, SL has become a leading company in the medical-aesthetic sector thanks to the companies constant efforts in research, development and innovation. The company develops the highest quality products whose production and quality control are governed by extremely strict security protocols.
Mesoestetic is one of the most advanced laboratories in Europe and is an established reference in the medical cosmetics sector thanks to its continuous research efforts and the efficacy of its products which are scientifically proven and supported by technical studies. They are committed to the development and improvement of facial, sun and body treatments, including continued research of the newest concepts in advanced ingredients and delivery systems. This combination of leading-edge technology, along with the proven experience of its researchers and chemists, place mesoestetic products at the forefront of corrective medical skin care. Mesoestetic pharmaceutical laboratories, headquartered in Barcelona, is one of the most inspired and technologically-advanced medical skin care companies in the world, leading the industry in innovation for almost two decades.
In order to maximise the results obtained from salon treatments Mesoestetic has designed home performance, a cosmeceutical line for homecare use. This contains high concntrations of active ingredients, produced according to the rigorous safety and pharmaceutical control protocols.
With this homecare we can recommend the most effective and safest home maintenance products to complement the professional treatment. These can also be used alongside Environ and Advanced Nutrition Programme.
A skin peel is a dermo-cosmetic procedure that consists of provoking accelerated skin regeneration in a controlled manner through the application of chemoexfoliation agents that are used to act on different layers of the skin.
The peeling action causes desquamation of the superficial layers of the skin with the objective of stimulating collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycan production, thus enhancing its physiological and mechanical characteristics