Fillers are gels created to fill wrinkles, correct cosmetic deficiencies in the face and body. So, they are applied to the eyes, lips, nasolabial folds, chest, nose and even genital organs, helping to create the volume and shape of a young body.
Fillers can be divided into injectable and creamy:
• Fillers are injected by a syringe with a thin needle;
• Cream-like consistency is applied externally, but they have a short-term effect and are suitable only for small defects.
Three types of fillers:
•Agents of synthetic origin
They are based on silicone, polyacrylamide, paraffin, are especially popular in contour cosmetology.
Injections with the fillers of this type are present in the body for up to 3 years, after which they dissolve.
• Biodegradable substances
In the list of biodegradable fillers were:
• Collagen, responsible for the elasticity of the skin;
• Hyaluronic acid, which the body produces up to 25 years. After this turn, the process slows down and the skin begins to age. Injections stimulate the production of hyaluronate;
• Calcium hydroxyapatite activates the production of collagen.
Filler correction is recommended for those who have:
• Age-related wrinkles;
• Premature aging;
• Decreased skin tone;
• Flaccidity of the dermis;
• Insufficient volume;
• Acne, post acne;
• Fat deposits;
• Improper relief.
• Poor blood clotting;
• Pregnancy and the period of breastfeeding;
• Propensity to form keloid scars;
• Autoimmune diseases;
• Inflammation of the skin;
• Exacerbation of chronic diseases;
• Individual intolerance to the drug;
• Rehabilitation period after other cosmetic procedures;
• Presence of implants in the correction zone;
• Malignant and benign neoplasms in the area of injections.
• Do not wash; do not use makeup during the first 24 hours;
• Do not touch or massage the correction zone, to avoid migration of the gel;
• For two weeks you will have to refrain from visiting the sauna, solarium, bath, beach and gym.
The doctor put the final cost after consultation.