Mesotherapy is done by injecting hyaluronic acid just below the surface of the skin in two or three sessions and at intervals 15 to 20 days.

The skin is hydrated, improves its tone and elasticity, resulting in a natural and healthy glow on the face, the neck, the neckline and the back of the hands.

The skin contains an important moisturizing agent, called hyaluronic acid, which prevents its dehydration. However, over the years, hyaluronic acid levels decrease, resulting in dull skin., with fine wrinkles and reduced elasticity. This process is most evident on the face, the neck, the neckline and arms.

Surface treatment with creams can temporarily moisturize the skin surface, but can not provide and maintain the deep hydration needed to maintain its elasticity and healthy glow.

Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a very powerful moisturizer, drawing 1000 times its weight in moisture (water) from the surrounding environment. HA is naturally produced by our skin to contribute to hydration, but unfortunately in smaller and smaller amounts as we grow older. This is one of the main reasons why we notice a feeling of dryness on our skin as the years go by..

Hyaluronic acid can also act as a mesotherapy. In this case it does not complement deep wrinkles but moisturizes the skin deeply so that the skin looks and feels more elastic, newer and secondarily helps to eliminate fine wrinkles. A treatment with Juvederm. Deeply moisturizes the skin. Tiny juvederm ® Hydrate injections have been shown to provide skin smoothness, brightness and hydration:Restores the healthy glow of your skin.
The application is especially beneficial in areas such as the face, the neck and back of the hands. It is also a fantastic treatment for early appearance of "goose foot" and smoky lines around the lips, areas that are traditionally very difficult to treat with traditional fillers.

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