Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers
Hyaluronic acid fillers are the main "weapon" in the arsenal of aesthetic medicine. HA is a natural substance in the human body that is involved in tissue regeneration, skin barrier function, and a number of other processes. Together with collagen and elastin, they are a major component of the skin, giving it elasticity and strength.
In recent years, the use of hyaluronic acid fillers has significantly expanded:
Different fillers differ in the concentration of hyaluronic acid, particle size, degree of crosslinking and more. The choice of filler depends on several factors - the anatomical features of the treated area, individual variations, the desired result. The key point is communication - we take enough time to listen to your ideas and wishes.
A specific property of hyaluronic acid is the ability to bind water molecules, sometimes up to 1000 times its own mass. Therefore, it is important to take at least 2-2.5 liters of water per day after the procedure so that the product can reach its full potential.
Hyaluronic fillers are non-permanent, ie. they decompose completely over time. The rate of absorption depends on various factors - characteristics of the product itself (concentration of HC, degree of crosslinking, particle size), exogenous (injection level, exposure to high temperature, intense sports) and endogenous factors (features of individual metabolism).