It is known that hyaluronic acid has anti-aging properties: this substance is widely used in aesthetic medicine. In fact, it is a molecule that is naturally contained in our body, and for the first time in the 70s, it was used in all that concerns eye surgery.
Once this molecule was removed from the crests of terrestrial chickens, today it is produced in laboratories due to the fermentation of certain bacteria. Because it is produced synthetically, it adapts better to the human body.
Hyaluronic acid has effects that do not persist for long, and therefore, to maintain the effects obtained, it is necessary to regularly deliver this molecule to its body.
Treated plots, results and prices
What areas can be treated?
Hyaluronic acid is usually used for the face to fill wrinkles, such as around the mouth, between the eyebrows, on the forehead, etc. In addition, it is used to compensate for the lack of volume in the cheekbones or dark circles that are hollow to correct the effects of scarring and, finally, for pouty lips that are too thin or do not have scars.
Sometimes an injection of hyaluronic acid is used to rejuvenate the hands, décolleté, neck, or to restore the volume of the buttocks and calves.
What is the result of injections?
Hyaluronic acid injections are the first aesthetic product most commonly used by aesthetic physicians. The results are immediately visible and reach a peak, as soon as the product has been absorbed by the cells of the body, the edema has disappeared, and the skin regained its flexibility, this is ten days later, which is followed by intervention.
Prices for injections vary on the quality of the product, as well as on the qualifications of the doctor. Typically, the price range is from 350 to 500 euros per syringe.
Pain, side effects and contraindications
Are the shots painful?
It all depends on the sensitivity of the person. However, it seems that the bites are not painful, except that they are practiced without anesthesia, only a small anesthetic cream is applied for optimal patient or patient comfort.
What side effects occur after injections?
In addition to minor overt reactions after injections, such as redness, swelling, pallor, itching or bruising, which are temporary, this type of injection is not a real danger and has no effect from high school.
What are the contraindications
For each product that must be absorbed by the body, there may be contraindications, so a small survey must be taken before the injections. To be able to inject hyaluronic acid, you should not:
- the person in question is hypersensitive or is allergic to lidocaine;
- The man is pregnant or breastfeeding;
- In humans, autoimmune disease;
- A person has already been injected with a product that is not absorbed;
Before and after injection
What should I avoid before injections?
Avoid any blood thinning medications, such as aspirin, and avoid anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce bruising. Avoid alcohol and do not expose yourself excessively to the sun before a session.
What should be avoided after injections?
Do not expose yourself to sunlight after injections and avoid visiting the dentist before the week has passed.