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Biorevitalization – is method of a method of intradermal injections of unmodified hyaluronic acid, which allows to mild stimulating effect on the cells of the dermal layer of skin. The consequence of this restructuring is the dermis, which is manifested outwardly pronounced rejuvenation of the skin.

Despite the fact that biorevitalization appeals to the basic principles of mesotherapy (the use of low doses and the aiming introduction in the target tissue), its effects are not limited to the dermis, they are indirectly covered and on the epidermis. Improvement of its condition occurs due to the settlement of moisture. In general we can assert: biorevitalization not only improves structure of the skin, but also increases the reserve of its adaptation.

Revitalization therapy – biological stimulation of natural metabolism of the skin. It occurs due to preparations based on hyaluronic acid and collagen.

Result: slow down the aging process of the skin, improves the histophysiological status of the dermis that promotes the renewal of the skin on histological level and long-term aesthetic result.

Action of hyaluronic acid

  • Moisturizing and restructuring effect

The molecule of hyaluronic acid is capable of holding on the surface to 500 water molecules, thus maintaining the necessary and natural skin hydration, and therefore the required level of turgor

  • Activation of fibroblasts

In result of introducing the hyaluronic acid there creates the optimum environment for the proliferation and migration fibroblasts and, consequently, for the synthesis of collagen and other components of the extracellular matrix (interaction with the primary receptor CD44)

  • Antioxidant effect

Hyaluronic acid has the capacity to capture and inactivate free radicals and blocking the chain mechanism of oxidation.

The method “recovers” the skin and improves its adaptive capacity due to:

  • reconstruction of quality of the extracellular matrix
  • strengthening the resilience of the skin to the effects of free radical
  • prolonged potentiation of developing own acid