Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a biomolecule which occurs naturally in the connective tissue of our skin. Its role is the hydration of the skin through the absorption of water. Throughout time, the amount of hyaluronic acid contained in our skin decreases.At the same time, the remaining hyaluronic acid’s capacity to reserve water is reduced as well. Hence, our skin is being gradually dehydrated, relaxes, weakens and loses volume.This results in the formation of wrinkles in the area of the lower tertile of the face and neck area.

In aesthetic dermatology, biotechnically prepared hyaluronic acid has various uses. It is applied with an aim to reconstruct the contour of the face, restore the lost volume and eliminate the wrinkles.

The density of hyaluronic acid in each compound defines its usage. The high-concentrated hyaluronic acid compounds are used to improve the contour of the face and to lift the tissues. The semi-concentrated hyaluronic acid compounds are used for filling-up the wrinkles (fillers) and for lips augmentation.The low-concentrated hyaluronic acid compounds are used for hydration of the face skin, the neck, the neckline, the upper limbs, even for correction of areas with acne scars.

The marketable hyaluronic acid is available in prefilled syringes containing local anaesthetic so that the application of the material is painless.

The application method is completely safe. The individual undergoing the treatment can return directly to his/her daily activities.

The results of hyaluronic acid treatment last approximately one year.