Facial ageing starts as early as the age 20 and it steadily progresses throughout your life. Ageing is most visible on the face and neck area and it manifests through wrinkles and skin atrophy.
One of the most effective facial rejuvenation and volume replenishing practices is the application of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers. Dermal filler injections or skin implants have recently been accepted as regular nonsurgical correction that has lasting results, while maintaining the personal facial characteristics and natural appearance. These fillers are meant for the correction of static and dynamic wrinkles, modeling and filling out deeper skin anomalies or facial furrows. In addition to that, dermal fillers are also meant for revitalization of the skin and facial expressions that brings forth a more youthful look and a reinvigorated appearance.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural compound found within our skin and it is a key molecule in the process of skin ageing. It is responsible for the support function and elasticity of the skin, or in other words it assures highly elastic properties of the skin. Young skin contains a higher concentration of the hyaluronic acid which makes the skin pliable and soft. Due to the ageing process the concentration of hyaluronic acid and collagen decreases which results in the appearance of dry skin and wrinkles. As a consequence the face loses its volume and the drained skin sags, forming wrinkles.
The products containing hyaluronic acid include the material for filling out skin creases (filler) that is used in the cosmetic correction of wrinkles. The products are used for instantaneous smoothing out of surface wrinkles and deeper furrows as well as for increasing the fullness of the lips. These treatments used for facial outline contribute to the decrease of the visual signs of ageing and they give instantaneous results that last for months.