Biorevitalization is a non-surgical, biological method for revitalizing the skin, widely used in aesthetic medicine for aging skin and various skin problems.
During biorevitalization, hyaluronic acid stimulates a series of important processes in human tissue. The treatment hydrates the skin and maintains the fluid balance in the tissue, keeping the skin youthful. In the tissues of young people, there are sufficient amounts of hyaluronic acid to maintain pure, youthful skin. Unfortunately, this effect diminishes over time, causing the skin to lose firmness, elasticity, and fullness, eventually leading to the formation of wrinkles.
Natural aging of the skin is further intensified by UV radiation, smoking, hormonal aging, and dehydration.
Why is Biorevitalization Effective?
Initially, patients experience a smoothing of wrinkles. This effect is initially caused by the injected hyaluronic acid, but also by the subsequent synthesis of hyaluronic acid and collagen in the body.
Upon reaching the skin, hyaluronic acid provides moisture to the skin and intervenes in metabolic processes. Microcirculation is improved, and the skin cells are supplied with nutrients and oxygen. The body begins to synthesize its own hyaluronic acid. This process is precisely reflected in the external condition of the skin. Once the tissue is saturated with hyaluronic acid, the accelerated synthesis of collagen and elastin begins.
After three to four treatments, you will notice a gradual improvement in skin texture (elasticity, tone, and color). A "radiant, juicy" skin effect is achieved. Fine wrinkles are smoothed, and the skin structure is restored. Therefore, biorevitalization is a stimulation therapy. The skin is rejuvenated to some extent through hyaluronic acid.
Areas of Application
- Prevention of skin aging and renewal
- Loss of skin elasticity and firmness
- Dry and dehydrated skin
- Skin exposed to stress and free radicals
- Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
- Wrinkle formation due to gravity and expression
- Gray hair, skin fatigue
- Before cosmetic or plastic procedures and in combination with other methods
- For changes in skin relief integration and their prevention, or after aggressive skin treatments
How Many Treatments are Required?
Biorevitalization has a wide range of applications. Depending on age and skin condition, the specialist selects the most suitable medications and treatments.
During a consultation, the condition of your skin will be analyzed, and a treatment tailored to your needs will be proposed.
Results are already visible after the first biorevitalization. However, we recommend completing the entire course. Typically, three treatments are performed.
The treatment lasts about 30-60 minutes, depending on the area. It is usually painless. If the area is sensitive, it can be numbed with an anesthetic cream. After the treatment, there may be slight swelling and redness, which are completely normal and will quickly disappear.