Biorevitalization is a biological way of returning natural beauty back to the skin. This treatment balances the difference between deep and superficial skin hydration. The procedure is using micro-punctures to fight ageing and a wide variety of other skin problems. The technique makes use of small doses of pure hyaluronic acid (non-animal origin), which are injected into the skin.
Hyaluronic acid is the main structural element of connective tissue and is related to many vital processes in human organism. Most importantly it is responsible for maintaining skin hydration and youthful texture.
When hyaluronic acid penetrates into the skin, it triggers circulation processes, which provide moisture and nutrition to the skin cells. After the tissues are saturated, hyaluronic acid stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin fibers. The result of this can clearly be seen as an amazing improvement in skin quality, elasticity, firmness and tone.
The long-term result is visible after 3 procedures – the patient can see how the look of skin (tonus, elasticity and colour is steadily improving. The skin is rejuvenated, minor wrinkles are smoothed and the skin structure is restored.
The effect of biorevitalization is seen immediately after the first procedure; nonetheless, the standard recommendation is 3-5 procedures in 3 weeks time. After completing the course, additional maintaining procedures may be performed upon demand.
The procedure takes 30 – 60 minutes depending on the body area, where the procedure is performed. Usually, there is no pain involved, however, in case of hypersensitivity, the skin area
Hyaluronic Acid 3.5% 5ml vial
Hyaluronic Acid 2% 3ml vial
Hyaluronic Acid 0.8% 2ml ampoule
Administration: with superficial subcutaneous micro injections or with Derma Pen.
Hyaluronic Acid, a wrinkle smoothing gel. Pure, non-cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid is a highly-effective skin moisturizing agent. Its particular ability to attract and bind water molecules serves to moisturize the skin and maintain the elasticity of dermal and epidermal tissues. When applied to the skin, Hyaluronic Acid forms a viscoelastic film, replicating its natural function of retaining water in the intercellular matrix of dermal connective tissues. This makes Hyaluronic Acid Wrinkle Smoothing Gel an ideal moisture base, facilitating the delivery of other agents to the skin. It is recommended for treating wrinkled, tired, sun-damaged and dried-out skin.
In combination with vitamins, Hyaluronic Acid not only helps to prevent signs of ageing, but also works to treat them.
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