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In recent times, facial biostimulation treatments have become increasingly popular. These are injections of particular solutions that have an anti-aging effect on the face, restoring elasticity and tone.
Who is this treatment aimed at? Are there any contraindications? Let’s find out the main features together.
What is facial biostimulation
As the years go by, the skin ages along with the body. Among all the processes it involves, there is one that specifically affects the face: the loss of collagen.
Scientific research shows that advancing time is associated with a decrease in skin collagen along with a thinning of elastic fibers. This results in generally less elastic skin, in which signs of aging such as wrinkles appear.
In all this, facial biostimulation is our ally.
Through the injection of special substances, facial biostimulation promotes the natural production of collagen, which leads to more elastic and toned skin.
How facial biostimulation works
Biostimulation is an anti-aging treatment and consists of a combo of hyaluronic acid and amino acids to restore skin tone and elasticity.
Biostimulation acts on fibroblasts, a painless and quick treatment that stimulates the natural process of collagen and elastin synthesis.
Features of biostimulation
- Biostimulation does not replenish but moisturizes and nourishes the skin
- Stimulates cellular activity
- Hydration allows the recall of water into the tissues and the result will be a more relaxed skin
Contraindications and side effects
The ideal patients for facial biostimulation are those who wish to restore volume and youthfulness to their face.
The weaknesses for this treatment are patients with coagulation problems, allergies to substances such as lidocaine, or pregnant or lactating women.
The most common side effects involve the appearance of bruising and local swelling.