Hyaluronic Acid

Fills hollows and lines and shapes the lips...

Definition

Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in various body tissues such as skin or cartilage. It is suitable for biomedical applications targeting these tissues, and is widely used in cosmetics, preferred to collagen which may cause allergic reactions. The most commonly used hyaluronic acid gels are Restylane®, Perlane®, Hylaform®, Juvéderm® et Juvéderm Ultra® , Téosyal®.

Procedure

Hyaluronic acid is a homogeneous gel injection which restores skin volume by reducing the depth of wrinkles and furrows, minimizing the thinning of the skin and lips and remodeling parts of the face.

Injections of hyaluronic acid stimulate collagen production. The results are immediate; the natural appearance of the skin is preserved, and the procedure does not require social eviction. The safety of the product was demonstrated for all skin colors.