Hyaluronic acid is a substance occurring naturally in human body.
Biological age, hormonal changes, gravity, and sun exposure – all these factors affect the appearance of wrinkles, wrinkles, and folds on the skin. It becomes more sensitive and less flexible.
As time passes, the hyaluronic acid content is reduced – which is an important moisturizing and structural factor. The fatty tissue layer also decreases, resulting in loss of plumpness and smoothness as well as youthful colour and glow.
In aesthetic medicine, hyaluronic acid is used to fill and level the imperfections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue. The treatment consists in injecting the preparation in the appropriate area and at the appropriate depth.
Hyaluronic acid fillers are intended to increase the volume of lips, to hydrate and improve the appearance of aged skin and iron out lines and wrinkles.
- hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid
- skin inflammation
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- nose to mouth grooves
- forehead lines
- frown lines
- crow’s feet
- acne scars
- reshape chin
- enhance cheeks
- contour and enlarge lips
- hydrate the skin
- correct the falling corners of the mouth
- correct the shape of the nose
- improve the look of hands