HYALURONIC ACID

Hyaluronic acid is a hydrophilic sugar compound and it also used in the cosmetics industry as a component of skin creams. It occurs naturally in the body, gives the skin its elasticity and stimulates the formation of collagen. As we age, wrinkles appear as a result of mimetic muscles, the loss of volume of connective tissue and the influence of gravity.

Although mimetic lines can be treated effectively with Botulinum, hyaluronic acid is especially useful for filling out wrinkles, folds and tissue defects. This substance comes in a variety of different preparations. Injecting it under wrinkles lessens them by bringing the level of the skin up to that of the surrounding tissue. This effect generally lasts 6-12 months, and in some cases even longer.

Possible risks:

Injections of hyaluronic acid can cause transient reddening and swelling, and occasional small spots of blood in the area that has been treated. Allergies are very rare, compared to the cow collagen that was used in the past. Otherwise, treatment with hyaluronic acid is not dangerous. The application of a local anesthetic cream before the injection also makes the injection itself almost painless, and in many cases the filler is also injected with a local anesthetic. We use only completely bio-degradable hyaluronic acid products to treat wrinkles.

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