Biorevitalisation is among the most demanded modern aesthetic cosmetology treatments – this is intradermal injection with hialuronic acid. Hialuronic acid is a great moisturiser of natural origin and a natural component of our skin responsible for its tone. As time passes the amount of hialuronic acid in the body decreases and therefore the skin loses moisture and tone, becomes dull and wrinkles emerge.
Biorevitalisation helps restoring not only the medium layers, but also improving the upper skin layer (epiderm). Thanks to injection of concentrated hialuronic acid, the water balance is restored, cells are saturated and regenerated. The treatment can be performed on any part of the skin where moisturising is required, most often on the face, in the neck, décolleté and hands area. The recommended treatment course of revitalisation is 3 sessions with the interval of 3 weeks.
In the modern world, various product combinations are available, where hyaluronic acid as a moisturizer is combined with other collagen-stimulating substances, such as peptides, vitamins, succinic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, etc.
- Inflammation processes in the potential injection areas;
- Pregnancy, breast-feeding;
- Inclination to formation of cicatrix;
- Hypersensitivity to hialuronic acid.
The biorevitalisation treatment includes skin cleansing, peeling, injection of the substance and a calming mask.
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