One of the substances with greater benefits to the body is hyaluronic acid, which we have in abundance in our body. An external contribution has great benefits for the organism in the field of aesthetic medicine.
Hyaluronic acid, also known as sodium hyaluronate, is a molecule of the family of glycosaminoglycans, present in conjunctive, joint, bone and skin tissues, so its use has great benefits in aesthetic and regenerative medicine; Although our body stores this substance, we lose it with the passage of time, however it is possible to use it externally and take advantage of the properties of hyaluronic acid, which includes:
Hydration and water retention: One of the properties of hyaluronic acid is that it retains the liquids, in this way the cells can maintain their turgidity and elasticity.
Anti-aging: Hyaluronic acid is an anti-aging agent as it participates in the processes of cell renewal, essential to prevent aging. It is a potential regenerator. The hyaluronate has the ability to regenerate the skin thanks to cell proliferation, so that it can stop and even reverse the aging process.
It helps eliminate free radicals.
Solar protection: Some products that contain hyaluronic acid have proven to be excellent allies against the sun’s UV rays, as it helps maintain the health of the skin even in prolonged exposures to the sun.
Tissue repair: One of the most important characteristics, not only for its applications in aesthetic medicine for facial rejuvenation, but in other medicinal methods, since infiltration methods have been performed to combat osteoarthritis and other joint discomforts.
All these properties of hyaluronic acid have made it an ideal substance for different treatments such as: reduction of dark circles, facial rejuvenation, reduction of wrinkles and expression lines, filling to give volume to lips, nose and buttocks, in painful joints ( like osteoarthritis of the knee) to reduce pain and stiffness.
Facial Fillers to eliminate facial wrinkles
Among the many existing alternatives for the management of facial wrinkles and that annoying presence of the deep furrows between the eyebrows, between the nose and the mouth are the biological facial fillers. These can be used as a unique alternative depending on the case or in conjunction with botulinum toxin type A, for a better result.
Biological facial fillers or fillings for medical use can be found with different brands and composition so we have the ones made of hyaluronic acid or calcium hydroxyapatite, these compounds are highly safe synthesized in laboratory, biodegradable and biocompatible since they are not of animal origin, there is no risk of rejection or transmission of any disease
These compounds when applied in the problem areas, are integrated into the dermis in a natural way, for example hyaluronic acid helps to hydrate retaining large amounts of sodium and water at the same time; giving volume and elasticity in the skin.
The calcium hydroxyapatite, is composed of phosphorus and calcium ions that exist naturally in human tissue, form a matrix that allows maximum infiltration of the natural tissue itself giving a smooth appearance to the skin.
The application of these facial fillers should always be applied by competent professionals, they are totally ambulatory procedures.
- Minimal disturbances.
- Immediate results.
- The duration of the effects depends on the material used (2 years approx.)
- It is possible to combine with botulinum toxin or other techniques of facial rejuvenation for better results or comprehensive management.
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