DURATION OF THE PROCEDURE
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF TREATMENTS
series of 4 procedures
EFFECT VISIBLE AFTER
How often should the treatment be repeated?
The treatment should be repeated in a series of 3-4 sessions with a monthly interval, depending on the patient's individual predisposition.
How long does the effect last?
The duration of the effect after completing the individual series is individual and depends on many factors originating from within the body, such as proper hydration, balanced hormones, adequate sleep, diet, and genetic predispositions.
What's better, mesotherapy or tissue stimulators?
The choice between mesotherapy and tissue stimulators depends on individual skin needs and expectations, as well as the type and degree of the problem the patient wants to address with the treatment.
Is the treatment painful?
During the treatment, there may be a slight discomfort as the preparations are injected subcutaneously, which involves a feeling of mild stretching. In the case of tissue stimulator treatments, local anesthesia is used, which minimizes the sensation of pain and reduces it to a minimum.
Will I experience significant swelling after the treatment?
After the treatment, there may be mild swelling at the injection site. This swelling typically subsides on its own within a few days after the procedure.
THE EFFECTS OG THE PROCEDURE
firming and densifying the skin;
emphasizing the oval shape of the face;
reduction of a double chin and smile lines;
reduction of wrinkles;
hydration, brightening, and nourishing of the skin;
INDICATIONS FOR THE PROCEDURE
thin and wrinkled skin of the face and other body parts;
deep nasolabial folds, wrinkles between the nose and mouth;
sunken, saggy cheeks;
wrinkles on the cheeks;
wrinkles on the chin;
wrinkles around the cheekbones;
lines at the corners of the mouth;
immediately after the procedure, do not apply makeup; it's best to do this the next day;
avoid physical exertion on the day of the procedure;
in case of post-procedure swelling, you can use a cold compress;
massage the treated areas for 10 days, 10 minutes in the morning and 10 minutes in the evening;
limit sun exposure to the treated areas and avoid UV radiation until the initial swelling and redness subside;
take care of your skin using regenerating creams that are neutral for the skin (without fruit acids, retinol, vitamin C, etc.).
hypersensitivity to any of the components of the preparation;
infections in the proposed injection sites;
pregnancy and breastfeeding;
taking medications affecting blood clotting;
use of other long-lasting or permanent fillers in the same areas.
What are tissue stimulators?
Tissue stimulators, based on ingredients such as non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid, collagen, or polynucleotides, are preparations that stimulate collagen regeneration.
These are chemical compounds that occur naturally in the body, and by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin fibers, they contribute to the activation of regenerative processes in the skin. They provide tissues with elasticity and create a kind of scaffold for the skin through a network of fibers. As a result, they increase the skin's tension and improve its firmness.
Polynucleotides have the ability to bind a large number of water molecules spatially, increasing tissue hydration. They also influence the increase in the number and activity of fibroblasts, the most important cells responsible for the continuous regeneration of many skin components.
Tissue stimulators can be used to increase the volume of areas of the skin (volumetry), especially for correcting skin depressions, creases, wrinkles, skin folds, scars, improving the appearance around the eyes, and addressing signs of skin aging. They can also be used to correct significant volume deficiencies in the case of fat tissue atrophy (lipoatrophy).
Tissue stimulators are more intended for the comprehensive removal of skin aging signs, such as sagging, loss of subcutaneous tissue, and associated depressions, rather than targeting individual wrinkles.
How to prepare for the procedure?
The administration of tissue stimulators is done through injections. Therefore, two weeks before and one week after the procedure, the patient should avoid medications or substances that affect blood clotting. This includes avoiding vitamin E and aspirin.
How is the procedure performed?
The procedure is preceded by a consultation with a medical aesthetic doctor. After gathering a detailed medical history, the doctor selects the appropriate product for the patient's skin. The product is applied to the agreed-upon areas using very fine needles. After the application is completed, the doctor massages the face to evenly distribute the injected product.
The regenerative action of the product occurs in several stages. In the initial stage, after injecting the product, the primary effect of filling is achieved. Then, the water in the product is absorbed, resulting in a noticeable apparent withdrawal of the effect. Finally, due to the stimulation of collagen fiber synthesis, the collagen structure of the skin tissue is rebuilt, which leads to the ultimate result of the procedure.