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- Tissue biostimulators
Treatments with tissue biostimulators can be performed on the face or other area, e.g. neck, cleavage, hands or arms. These preparations are perfect for places where we would like to get a natural skin lifting.
Tissue biostimulators are preparations used in anti-aging medicine. Treatments with the use of biostimulators are aimed at rebuilding the structure of the skin and subcutaneous tissue by stimulating its cells to produce collagen and elastin. After application, they give very natural effects of nourishment, improvement of firmness, density and quality of the skin. The injection of these preparations is primarily intended to restore the skin’s properties lost over the years.
Tissue biostimulators – what are they?
The precisely developed formula of each of them is responsible for the extremely effective results that biostimulators give. Individual ingredients are selected primarily in terms of moisturizing and firming the skin, as well as activating cellular repair mechanisms, fighting free radicals and own collagen synthesis. This is why the effects that we can achieve with these preparations look so natural. However, the very technique of performing treatments with the use of biostimulators has been known for years and is commonly used in numerous aesthetic medicine treatments. It consists in administering these ingredients with a thin needle pointwise to the dermis, similarly to mesotherapy. Thanks to this, the preparation gets directly to the target site, bypassing the epidermal barrier, which could stop large molecules of the active formula. It is a minimally invasive method that gives spectacular rejuvenation effects.
Tissue biostimulators – for whom?
PAs in the case of traditional needle mesotherapy, there are many indications for the treatment with the use of biostimulators. There are many preparations on the market that are selected for the needs of the skin of a particular patient. The main indications for the procedure with the use of tissue biostimulators are:
- flaccidity, lack of firmness and elasticity of the skin
- loss of face oval, “hamsters”
- wrinkles and furrows
- the desire to slim down, sharpen the contours of the face
- skin hypoxia
- skin dehydration
- scars and stretch marks
- bruises and bags under the eyes
- the appearance of other signs of aging
Recommendations before the procedure
Before the planned procedure, the following recommendations should be followed:
- do not consume alcohol at least 24 hours before the procedure
- one week before the planned procedure, you should not take blood thinners and NSAIDs
- one week before the procedure, do not use sunbathing or solarium
- on the day of the procedure, do not use the sauna, swimming pool or hot baths
Recommendations after the procedure
After the planned surgery, the following recommendations should be followed:
- Do not wear make-up for at least 12 hours
- it is not recommended to use the sauna, solarium, sunbathing and other warming treatments for at least 7 days
- it is not recommended to use the pools for at least 7 days
- alcohol should not be consumed for at least 24 hours after the procedure
- dfor skin care, for at least 14 days, use soothing moisturizing cosmetics (preferably recommended by the doctor performing the procedure) and creams with a high SPF filter
- for a minimum of 14 days, it is not recommended to perform other treatments, such as chemical peels, acids, laser therapy, microdermabrasion, etc.
The main effects of the treatment with the use of tissue biostimulators are clear rejuvenation, thickening and firming of the skin. They persist on average for half a year to several months after the procedure. This time depends on the type of preparation used and the individual predisposition of the patient.