Skin Lightening Introduction
At our UK antioxidant injection clinic in London's Marylebone, we offer safe, natural and hydroquinone-free skin lightening with our signature intravenous (IV) course: Meso-Infusion With Antioxidants. We also offer Glow Bright With Kojic Acid intravenous (IV) therapy and Surface White Mesotherapy micro-injections for localised areas of pigmentation.
A course of 24 Meso-Infusion injections will lighten the complexion across the entire body. We use a brightening antioxidant, and enhance its efficacy with vitamin C and ALA, in order to repair dermal damage and alleviate certain skin conditions.
Our Glow Bright With Kojic Acid infusions are a cost-effective alternative to our antioxiant Meso-Infusion course. They contain the alpha hydroxy kojic acid, which lightens the skin and corrects UV damage.
Finally, our Surface White Mesotherapy injections deposit a pure brightening antioxidant directly into the epidermis, treating sun damage, blemishes, skin discolouration, melasma, and hyperpigmentation.
At our UK antioxidants injection clinic in London, we offer the following IV and micro-injection treatments:
- Meso-Infusion With Antioxidants (IV)
- Glow Bright With Kojic Acid (IV)
- Surface White Mesotherapy (Micro-Injections)
What to expect
Our nutrient therapy practitioners will help you select the best skin lightening injection for your particular case. Typically, once weekly mesotherapy treatments or bi-weekly IV treatments are recommended.
At our UK skin lightening clinic, we offer antioxidant-rich intravenous injections and kojic acid injections.
Brightening AntioxidantThis is a tyrosinase-inhibiting ingredient, which stalls the production of melanin and hydrates the skin at its cellular level.
Kojic acid is a natural, mushroom-derived lightening agent which is safe to administer intravenously.
For Meso-Infusion injections, we combine our principal brightening antioxidant with vitamin C and additional antioxidant alpha lipoic acid (ALA). It is impossible to give an accurate dosage level in mg until your physiology (weight and skin type) are assessed in consultation.