More than 85% of human organism consist of the connective tissue and the hyaluronic acid is an essential mucopolysaccharide so a normal cell fission and regeneration are impossible without it. In particular, hyaluronic acid works as a network that transfers essential nutrients from the bloodstream to the skin cells. With aging, the hyaluronic acid deficiency is in evidence which affects the skin in the first place. Cutaneous tissue is the first to react to the negative impact of the environment and unavoidable age-related changes that come out in wrinkles, lines and pinches which are treated with hyaluronic acid fillers. They also support facial structures adding volume and hydration to the facial areas that may have lost them due to normal aging.
Where to use hyaluronic acid fillers?
Doctors use Stylage and Rejeunesse fillers for different areas of the skin to reduce wrinkles and to make some areas, e.g. cheeks and lips, look plumper and more symmetrical. If hyaluronic acid is deficient in an organism, it disturbs the ability of the cells to connect water molecules in the right manner. As a result, the upper skin layer gets dry and the tissues may turn swollen in the deeper skin layers. Outside, the very same aesthetic defects are in evidence and therefore there is a need to consult a cosmetologist with different issues:
wrinkles on the face and body;
dark circles and baggy eyes;
thinning of soft tissues with marked pinches and contour deformation;
skin laxity and elasticity degradation;
acne and wound scars.
A professional cosmetologist can always find a convenient solution to any problem.
After the treatment session.
Most of the hyaluronic acid fillers treatment sessions take 30 minutes or even less and still the effect lasts for 6-18 months. In order to have a natural and long-term result cosmetologists recommend not to touch or push the treated areas for at least 24 hours. Another important thing is the using sun protection and providing good hydration inside and out. Since the hyaluronic acid is contained naturally in the organism, it makes dermal fillers hypoallergic and biocompatible. Otherwise, the injection sites may become slightly red, swollen, and have some very minor bruising that disappear within 2-3 days. Therefore, a professional cosmetologist always finds the best way to make the face look younger, more attractive and natural, and the hyaluronic acid fillers may be a great solution even when the skin problems are visually striking.