In modern cosmetology, biorevitalization is considered to be one of the safest methods of rejuvenation. Somewhere you can read that modern non-radical methods of rejuvenation are painless and suitable for everyone. Some even believe that biorevitalization is a happy exception among anti-aging procedures and has no side effects. To find out how the situation really is, you need to carefully understand how the procedure works.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural element of the skin. At a young age, it is synthesized in sufficient quantities. But with age, the situation changes. And the first signs of aging are just associated with slowing down and stopping the production of hyaluronic acid. Rejuvenation due to biorevitalization supplies the cells with a deficient substance and activates the natural process of producing elastin and collagen fibers responsible for elasticity.
What happens in the body during and after biorevitalization?
The procedure itself is performed after undergoing various manipulations, including anesthesia with injections or cream. The body goes through the following steps during the procedure: synthetic hyaluronic acid injected under the skin causes a "stress effect", affecting the cells. The reaction of the tissues causes them to generate elastin and collagen fibers with great intensity. Micro-edema appears and the skin density increases due to the filling of the mesodermal tissue layer. The appearance of wrinkles is reduced, the skin looks much younger. Gradually, hyaluronic acid enters the process of cellular metabolism and begins to break down. Then the unsupported skin "shrinks", wrinkles become more noticeable, and the client needs a new biorevitalization procedure. From the first session to the next, there is a cumulative effect. The more biorevitalization procedures you go through, the more procedures you will need in the future. Many people have an addiction both from the biochemical and psychological side of the question: to refuse another injection of beauty is to accept old age.
- Dry skin that lacks moisture.
- Signs of aging and aging of the skin.
- Loss of skin elasticity.
- Puffiness, bags, and dark circles around the eyes.
- Vascular asterisks (rosacea).
- Enlarged pores.
- Pimples, acne.
- Scars, scars, stretch marks.
- Indistinct outline of the face.
- Saggy cheeks, double chin.
- Pregnancy and lactation period.
- Autoimmune diseases (for example, arthritis, multiple sclerosis).
- Any chronic diseases in the acute stage.
- Inflammatory processes.
- The tendency of the skin to scar.
- Individual intolerance, allergy.
- Neoplasms, including cancer.
- Nevi, moles, large age spots.
- It is not necessary to carry out the procedure and during menstruation.
Of course, a good cosmetologist and just an ethically scrupulous specialist before the procedure will definitely find out about the presence of any contraindications. At the same time, he will have to rely only on the words of the client, who, unfortunately, may not know about inflammation, allergies to synthetic hyaluronic acid and other components. A comprehensive medical examination is required for detection.
Advantages of the procedure:
- Noticeable anti-aging effect.
- A short and simple procedure compared to plastic surgery.
- Fast recovery period.
- The price availability of the service, when compared with radical methods of rejuvenation.
- The use of substances that are chemically close to the components of the skin metabolism.
- The ability to perform injections at almost any age.
It is important that the specialist performing the procedures is a high-class professional: he has a certain skill and medical knowledge. Less competent cosmetologists make mistakes.
Of course, all of the above does not mean that a particular person can have all the contraindications − as well as the fact that the probability of a threat to health during biorevitalization is completely impossible. The final choice will always be yours.