Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide found naturally in different tissues of our body such as skin, synovial fluid and cartilage, among others. Its main function is to provide support and elasticity to the structures of which it forms part, stimulating the formation of collagen and keeping them hydrated due to its great capacity to capture water.
Unfortunately, with the passage of time, the amount of Hyaluronic Acid decreases and it loses some of its properties so that the skin becomes dehydrated, loses volume and elasticity, which results in skin ageing and the appearance of facial wrinkles.
To correct these, we now have a wide range of excellent Hyaluronic Acids that we can infiltrate in different locations according to the aesthetic needs of our patients. In addition, the current product ranges have an improved formula to adapt to each area of the face and include a local anaesthetic to make the process less painful. The result is a more elastic and vital skin, with greater luminosity and regenerative capacity.
The effects of the treatment usually last up to twelve months, and can be combined with other techniques such as Botulinum Toxin.