Skin Rejuvenation and Homeopathic Face Lift Procedures

skin rejuvenation and homeopathic face lift procedures from Infinite Wellness Denver are safe, natural, and surgery free.

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You Can Have Beautiful Skin Once Again! Get rid of fine lines, wrinkles and get back the beautiful texture, lift and color you once had to your skin without surgery, safely and naturally.

“Skin Rejuvenation with Mesotherapy and Guna Biotherapuetics is remarkable”



Mesotherapy, widely used in Europe to treat various medical conditions, was pioneered by the French pysician Dr. Michael Pistor in 1952. It is a minimally invasive technique using conventional or homeopathic medicines, vitamins, minerals and amino acids, and the like. Small amounts of medicines are delivered directly into the mesoderma (middle layer of skin). This method in Aesthetics begins working at the cellular level to give you a vibrant, toned, and rejuvenated face, naturally and safely.

These injections can rejuvenate your natural collagen-producing mechanisms, taking years off of your face and skin. By stimulating your body’s self-healing and regenerative capacities, these mesotherapy treatments help in fighting the effects of aging, sun damage, stress and toxins that damage your skin. These therapies are FDA regulated and have superior clinical results and no known side-effects. These are the pharmaceutical industry’s most advanced technologies to ensure purity and consistency throughout all of the products and for the skin treatments.



A reduced supply of O2 and nutrients to the dermis (skin) cells caused by the pollution of the matrix due to catabolites produced in cell turnovers (chrono-aging) and by undrained toxins (free radical photo aging), causes a slowdown of intracellular metabolisms and subsequent enzymatic damage. The metabolic distress of the fibroblast affects its activity leading to a drastic reduction in the incretion of the matrix components (in particular Hyaluronic acid) and the collagen and elastic fibres, causing the connective tissue weave to lose compactness. The lack of glycosa-minoglycans has a dramatic effect on skin hydration (Hyaluronic acid is a highly hydrophilic molecule). The reduced vascularisation of the epidermis causes the skin to lose its brightness and normal lymphatic drainage is slowed down, resulting in a vicious cycle that is difficult to break (free radical damage).

Scientific research has shown that cells are susceptible to free radical damage from both internal causes and external causes. As free radical damage increases so does the damage to our cells and we begin to see the symptoms of aging. According to a research study done in Japan by researchers from a cosmetic company, your skin truly begins to age at 35. The skin protein collagen is particularly susceptible to free radical damage, and when this damage occurs, it causes the collagen protein molecules to break down and then link back up again in a different way; this is known as cross-linking. Collagen cross-linking causes the normally mobile collagen to become stiff and less mobile. Sunlight also causes the messenger molecules present in skin cells to become active and create inflammatory products. Scientists have shown that the multiple small exposures to ultraviolet irradiation lead to sustained elevations of enzymes that degrade skin collagen and contribute to photo-aging. This photo-aging can be the beginning to potential long-term issues such as skin cancer (skin cancer typically occurs in skin that is photo-aged). Wrinkles, laxity, uneven pigmentation, brown spots, and a leathery appearance characterize photo-aged skin. In contrast, chronologically aged skin that has been protected from the sun is thin and has reduced elasticity, but is otherwise smooth and unblemished.

The following factors can accelerate skin aging and sources of oxidative stress (free radical production):

  • Sun Exposure/UV Rays
  • Environmental Toxins
  • Poor Diet
  • Excess Alcohol Consumption
  • Harsh Soaps or Detergent-based Moisturizers
  • Sleep Deprivation
  • Cigarette Smoke (Even 2nd-Hand Smoke)
  • Stress
  • Preserved Food
  • Cooked Fats
  • Normal Aging/Metabolism
  • Alcohol
  • Radioactivity
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Ozone
  • Smog
  • Polluted Water
  • Lack of Exercise
  • Unresolved Microbial and Viral Infections



  • Minimally Invasive
  • Improves Skin Tone
  • Reduces Appearance of Face and Neck Wrinkles
  • Combats Local Skin Aging
  • Stimulates Connective Tissue Metabolism Helping to Prevent Fine Lines and Wrinkles
  • OLIGOTHERAPY—(Use of trace minerals for physiologic support. Includes catalysts which speed up metabolism at the cellular level and essential nutrition to counter act free radical damage at the cellular level.)




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It is suggested for best results to have one treatment per week for nine weeks. Thereafter, it is recommended every 30 days for older clients and then one every 2-3 months for maintenance. Home therapy with topical lotions and supplements is recommended in order to prevent more free radical damage and to help maintain the results of these corrective treatments.

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