A perfect adjuvant in dermatological and aesthetic treatments
In this article we are going to continue talking about fillers, a real must have for the aesthetic medicine. At this purpose, we simply explain the action of Anestop in cosmetic procedures. Fillers are considered an excellent remedy to correct facial imperfections that bring often awkward to people, especially to women.
The requests for the removal of the wrinkles or scars and the demand to give a new tone and a new turgor to the facial skin have increased. To obtain a new beautiful face it is only necessary a little cosmetic session based on injections through very small syringes. Nowadays, the more popular plastic surgeries concern lips, nose and cheekbones.
There are three differents types of filler, classified according to their nature and to the substances contained. The first type, (and the only one we’ll talk about in this article), is biological filler, made with natural ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid and collagen, both naturally presented in the skin. These fillers penetrate the skin through injections and are absorbed gradually. Infect, they give a temporary effect, between 3 and 11 months. Generally these fillers are well tolerated, the result is very natural and the undesirable effects are very rare.
Another filler is the semi-permanent, composed of two ingredients: a synthetic component and a natural component. The results will become visibles for 2 or 3 years.
The last type of Filler is permanent, only composed of synthetic elements. These substances cannot be absorbed through the skin; for this reason the effects last in the long term, but complications and serious side-effect can occur frequently.
So analysing the biological fillers, we can talk a lot about hyaluronic acid, essential for the beauty’s skin. Why is hyaluronic acid very important for the skin? Because it attract water in the tissue, hydrates out skin and adds tone and volume to it. But why does the skin lose consistency and elasticity? Why does the skin lose hyaluronic acid? Mainly for three causes:
- the natural ageing of the skin (time goes by)
- external sources (such as weather conditions, UV rays etc…)
- weight loss (such as diet, health problems etc…)
The modern injections are suitable for naturally filling up the superficial and deeper wrinkles in the skin, enlarging or strengthening the lips, restoring or adding volume under the eyes, defining the cheekbones and improving the facial contours. Thanks to these treatments all the types of wrinkles can be eliminated: the frown line in general, such as the nasal-labial lines, the crown’s feet, and the frown lines. The result is a rejuvenated image without ravages of time and the rediscovery of the sex appeal.
Why is Anestop very important during these injections? Because the treatments could cause