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How are facial injections used in cosmetology?
Injections (they are also called beauty injections) are literally injections in the face: vitamins, hyaluronic acid, fillers and other rejuvenating drugs aimed at combating certain skin imperfections. Injection techniques are very popular in cosmetology, as they do not traumatize the skin, work directly at the site of the problem and have a wide scope of application.
The most common indications for prescribing a facial rejuvenation course include:
⁃ the first signs of skin aging: the appearance of facial and shallow wrinkles, pigment spots, loss of firmness and elasticity;
⁃ age changes: loss of facial clarity, moderate sagging of the skin, presence of pronounced wrinkles;
⁃ signs of dryness and dehydration of the skin, the appearance of dehydration lines, dehydration;
⁃ excessive skin oiliness, acne and traces of postacne, enlarged pores;
⁃ dull or uneven complexion, signs of vitamin deficiency;
⁃ asymmetry of any parts of the face (mostly lips area).
There are few contraindications in facial injections: primarily, it is allergy to the components of injectable drugs, as well as chronic endocrine diseases, oncology, acute infectious and inflammatory processes, pregnancy and breastfeeding period.
What are face injections? Let’s review the most popular methods in modern cosmetology.
Facial biorevitalization is an injection technique that involves the subcutaneous administration of hyaluronic acid-based drugs.
The main purpose: combating dryness and dehydration of the skin, restoration of hydrolipid balance, elimination of dehydration lines and fine wrinkles, protection against photoaging (negative effect of ultraviolet light on the skin).
Principle of action: hyaluronic acid attracts and keeps moisture inside the cells, helping to maintain the level of moisture of the skin and restore its protective function. Moreover, hyaluronic acid activates intracellular processes, stimulating the skin’s own collagen and elastin synthesis.
The required number of injections: cosmetologists recommend to carry out biorevitalization regularly, starting from 30-35 years (depending on the initial condition of the skin and individual features). The effect of the procedure usually lasts from 4 to 6 months, during which hyaluronic acid naturally breaks down and is excreted from the body.
Required amount of injections:
Usually it’s recommended to carry out bioactivation regularly, starting from 30-35 years (depending on the initial condition of the skin and individual features). The procedure usually lasts from 4 to 6 months, during which hyaluronic acid is naturally destroyed and excreted from the body.
Mesotherapy of the face is often called «injections of vitamins for the face» or «injections for rejuvenation» - which, in general, corresponds to the positioning of this procedure in cosmetology.
The main purpose: general rejuvenation of the skin, the fight against excess fat, traces of the post auxiliary, hyperpigmentation and other fine skin defects.
The principle of action: mesotherapy is the injection of various drugs (mesocomics), which can consist of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, peptides, antioxidants and other substances necessary to combat specific skin imperfections. Drugs are injected subcutaneously and point to work directly at the site of the problem.
Required number of injections: The duration and frequency of mesotherapy courses is determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on the problem the patient has contacted the salon or clinic.
And there is no clear age from which to start the procedure - according to the indications you can do «shots of vitamins» in the face both up to 30 years and after.
Plasmolifting is the procedure of injecting into the deep layers of the patient’s skin his own blood plasma enriched with platelets.
The main purpose: rejuvenation of the skin facing the first signs of aging, the fight against dryness and thinning of the skin, fine aesthetic imperfections and unhealthy skin.
Principle of action: own plasma is the maximally related fraction, saturated with proteins, hormones and various trace elements. It contains growth factors that promote elastin and collagen synthesis and overall skin rejuvenation. In addition, injections of own plasma minimize the risks of allergic reactions.
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