Many women would like to improve the contour of their body and face in a natural way, without the use of silicone implants or undergoing surgical procedures that involve the use of general anesthetic. As a result, injections of hyaluronic acid are becoming increasingly popular due to the fact that this is a simple and uncomplicated outpatient procedure.
It is now possible to increase or restore the volume and contours of some parts of the body, such as the gluteal muscles and calves, although it is generally used to improve irregularities of the face.
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring substance found in the tissue of various types of animals. It can be synthesised in the laboratory in different forms to be injected to fill in fine wrinkles and deep creases, or to provide volume where required. Most of these products contain lidocaine to reduce discomfort during its application. Small bruises can also appear in the zone of application. Given that hyaluronic acid is a reabsorbable material its duration can vary widely (between 6 and 18 months), with this duration varying greatly from one person to another.
At present, fillers are very popular due to their ease of preparation and implementation as well as their safety, since they have no side effects.
It is highly recommended that hyaluronic acid facial fillers be combined with botox, with the two agents complementing each other to achieve better results.
The duration may vary from one person to another, and depends on the depth at which the implant is placed and the type of wrinkle treated. In general, it takes between 8 and 12 months.
Yes. After many years of experience, we have found that the combination of different treatments, ranging from products such as botox and hyaluronic acid to the use of peeling and mesotherapy, among others, are ideal for restoring natural harmony and facial beauty, currently known as mesoplasty.