Hyaluronic Acid is a polysaccharide, a more complex sugar. It is found in the structure of the skin, in the eyes, in the joints as part of the supporting tissue. It is a product that can be injected and appears under the form of a gel that is injected into the areas to be treated. It is biocompatible and biodegradable. There are mainly two types:
- Reticulated: it is a dense gel, which allows it to maintain its stability longer (6 to 18 months).
- Not reticulated: it is less dense and conserves its stability less time (approximately 1-3 months).
It is a filler material that helps to reduce or to fade fine wrinkles. It is very useful to reposition the tissues that are displacing over time, besides providing the skin with hydration.
This depends on the area to be treated. Between 30 min and 1 hour.
Slight discomfort, it is perfectly tolerable.
The result is visible immediately after the application and improves over the following days.
Between 6 to 18 months, but this can vary depending on the absorption capacity of each patient’s organism.
They are those related to punctures, which can cause slight discomfort or pain, possible hematomas which will only last a few days.
Avoid alcohol, physical exercise, saunas and swimming pools for 24 h. Avoid sun and UVA rays if there are bruises, until these have completely resolved. Thrombocid or arnica can be applied for bruises. Cremes with a sun protection factor.
Through combined treatments adapted to the needs of each person. For example, with a Neuromodulators, Collagen inductors, tension threads for biostimulation, as well as Hydrafacial.