Glass Skin Booster is an innovative skin injectable treatment that involves the precise delivery of hyaluronic acid, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, Botox and other antiaging ingredients into the mesodermal layer under the skin to promote beautiful “glass skin”. That is, when the skin is so healthy and hydrated, it can’t help but look dewy, delicate and pore-less. Given that this treatment offers a host of skin benefits with little to no downtime and the growing trend toward “glassification”, mesotherapy has been very popular in Korea and other parts of Asia and Europe!


  • – Provides deep, long-lasting hydration to target dry and dehydrated skin
  • – Revives dull and tired-looking skin
  • – Prevents and reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • – Improves pigmentary issues for a brighter, more even complexion
  • – Reduces the appearance of enlarged pores
  • – Promotes firmer, tighter skin
  • – Improves rough skin texture
  • – Overall antiaging and facial rejuvenation


Glass Skin Booster is suitable for both men and women of all skin types and corrects various skin concerns. It is also a great preventative and antiaging treatment for those in their 20s & 30s who are looking to prevent wrinkles and maintain a healthy, youthful glow.


As always, GMA’s treatments are customized at its finest based on the skin concerns and needs of the individual patient. We always assess and ask the patient before each treatment, what and where the skin concerns are and we target accordingly.


1. Numbing & Preparation (30 minutes)
After cleansing and preparing the skin, we apply topical anesthetics and leave it on the skin for about 30 minutes. This helps to limit discomfort during the treatment.

2. Tiny Injections of GMA’s Special “Glass Skin Cocktail” (15 minutes)
With a state-of-the-art meso device, multiple microinjections of our glass skin cocktail are delivered into the mesodermal layer of the skin. Our cocktail formula integrates a specialized combination of antiaging ingredients including but not limited to non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid, amino acids, vitamins, antioxidants, minerals and Botox, all of which help to promote that beautiful, healthy, glass skin.

3. Calming, Revitalizing Mask to Maximize Results
After the microinjections, a Revitalizing Sheet Mask is left on skin for 20 minutes to deeply nourish and repair the skin for optimal results. This bio-cellulose mask forms a protective membrane on the skin to uniformly release the actives, including collagen, hyaluronic acid, aloe vera and smart GPS.


Patients will notice firmer, plumper and much more hydrated skin almost immediately, a few days after one treatment of Glass Skin Booster. Results typically last for several weeks or more. For progressive, long-term results and to achieve healthy, glass skin, we recommend a series of at least 3 monthly treatments.

The patient is expected to feel some suction from the meso device, however given that the skin is numbed prior to treatment, there should be no pain.

  1. One of the reasons why mesotherapy is so popular is because it involves very little to no downtime. The skin may be red for 1-2 days and some red marks may result from the fine punctures. These red marks typically fade within 3-4 days.

For progressive, long-term results and to achieve healthy, glass skin, we recommend a minimum of 3 treatments, done 4 weeks apart.

Although both mesotherapy and microneedling involve needling techniques and work by triggering a response in the deeper layers of the skin, they are entirely different procedures. In particular, they differ in terms of their needle depth and penetration, the amount of inflammation caused, delivery of active ingredients and the skin conditions in which they are suited for.


The purpose of mesotherapy is to inject a customized blend of antiaging ingredients into the deeper layers of the skin where topical skincare cannot reach, giving the skin an immediate hydration boost and promoting the appearance of glass skin. Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, creates controlled microinjuries in the skin to spur the skin’s natural healing process and thus activate the production of collagen and elastin.