Amazing bio-revitalization!

Deeply moisturizes the skin and improves tone

16 August 2019

Posted by: SOTHERGA

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What is biorevitalization?

Biorevitalization is a medical-aesthetic practice that consists of the injection of isolated or combined substances into the dermis through very thin needles. It produces a general rejuvenating and revitalizing effect, without adding volume. The purpose is to deeply hydrate the skin in order to improve its tone and elasticity. Moreover, this treatment stimulates the regeneration of collagen and elastin.

How is the treatment done?

This is an injection procedure, which involves the use of very thin and painless needles. The key ingredient of biorevitalizing products is hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a natural polymer that increases tissue plasticity and promotes skin hydration through the production of collagen and connective tissue. It can be used individually or in combination with other substances (for example vitamin C). The area primarily treated is the face, but also the neck and décolleté. It’s a painless treatment that does not require anesthesia.

When is this treatment useful?

It’s a treatment indicated for skin aged 25-30 years and over. It’s particularly recommended before and/or after the summer. In fact, sun exposure causes what is called photoaging of the skin. The skin loses elasticity, softness, brightness, and also becomes dehydrated.

What is the difference between biorevitalization and fillers?

The filler is a treatment recommended for deep wrinkles, or to volumize certain areas of the face (eg lips). Biorevitalization, on the other hand, acts on the micro-roughness of the skin.

How many sessions are necessary?

The protocol I use provides for an initial cycle of 3-4 sessions, with maintenance of one session every 8 months.

Does it have any side effects?

The injected hyaluronic acid is biocompatible with our body. This makes biorevitalization a highly safe and well tolerated treatment. It’s not recommended for patients with a known or presumed allergy and especially in the case of rheumatological diseases. During or after the treatment, small bruises may occur as a result of the rupture of some capillaries during the injection. The suitability for treatment is decided by the doctor during the visit with a careful examination of your medical history.

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