Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in skin tissue. it participates in deep hydration by maintaining the water present in the skin.
Hyaluronic acid is also a molecule widely used in care creams for its hydrating and smoothing effects. However, hyaluronic acid does not then penetrate deeply and its action then remains very limited.
Hyaluronic acid is also a synthetic product, manufactured by biotechnology processes. It allows:
Hyaluronic acid is the most widely used dermal filler in the world, is biodegradable, non-allergenic, and does not require allergy testing before injection.
The hyaluronic acid is for anyone who wants to improve the appearance of the skin, treat a wrinkle or furrow, or restore facial harmony by playing with the volumes of the various anatomical areas of the face.
The hyaluronic acid-based gels are more or less reticulated (dense).
The choice of the hyaluronic acid gel injected is made according to the area to be treated, the anatomical characteristics of each patient and the expected results.
Depending on the viscosity of the gel and its cross-linking process as well as the size of the hyaluronic acid particles, it is possible to :
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Hyaluronic acid naturally contains a local anesthetic, so there is no need to apply an anesthetic cream before the injection except for the lips.
In addition, the use of very fine needles or micro-cannulas (long, thin, round-tipped device), is not very traumatic and therefore not very painful
Yes, hyaluronic acid cannot be injected if you have an autoimmune disease or if you have had injections of non-degradable products in the area to be treated.
Yes, it is best to avoid taking medications that cause bruising (aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs).
If the area to be injected is subject to herpes outbreaks (e.g. injection in the lips), it is prudent to take an anti-herpes treatment in the 48 hours preceding the injection and the 3 days following.