Biorevitalization - self-healing skin

November 9, 2008

   Most of the women in the world are looking for ways to preserve the beauty and youth as long as possible and want the skin remains supple and smooth, oval face and keep their shape. No one is given the power to stop time, but it is possible to reduce and slow down the signs of aging with the help of advances in modern aesthetic medicine.

It is known that the human skin, the multilayer, each layer has an important function. The deep layer of the skin - the dermis contains collagen and elastin fibers, which are responsible for skin elasticity and preservation of the beautiful oval face. At the same hyaluronan layer is a so-called hydrocolloid which makes the skin elastic, soft and velvety due to the fact that links the water. Because of the shortage of hyaluronic acid skin withers, loses its elasticity and wrinkles appear on it. Based on the results of years of research, biochemists and dermatologists have created a variety of drugs and procedures are based on hyaluronic acid for the prevention and treatment of age-related skin changes. One of such popular today, is biorevitalization procedures. This method is non-invasive therapy is a type of mesotherapy.

The word can be translated as biorevitalization biological resuscitation or revival. This innovative technology returns the skin a beautiful color and elasticity, and protects it from free radicals (oxidation products, which have a devastating effect on the skin and on the whole body).

 Biorevitalization - self-healing skin

The procedure

During Biorevitalisation gel or hyaluronic acid are just below the skin by injection or mikroampul. When adjusting facial contours injections made over the contour of the face. The gel does not cause allergies and executes processes in the skin, stimulate the production of proteins (collagen and progestin) and hyaluronic acid. These substances protect the skin from moisture loss, the appearance of new and deepening of existing wrinkles. The rejuvenating effect usually becomes visible after the second procedure and lasts for three years.

This procedure is recommended for those who have seen various signs of dehydration and loss of skin aging Aging Skin: The three most common problems and their solutions  Aging Skin: The three most common problems and their solutions
 : Reduction of elasticity, the appearance of facial wrinkles and other unhealthy complexion (especially often in smokers) or increased pigmentation. The reason for these changes other than the natural aging process can be: the impact of UV rays, past illnesses, rapid weight reduction, the use of aggressive means for peeling and so on.

Experts recommend to take the first Biorevitalisation 30-35 years. Of course, this can be done, say, in 50 years, but by the time the skin has changed so much what to expect radical changes for the better is not worth it. But if you start to treat skin at the time including every few years to pass such procedures as biorevitalization have a chance to look great in 50 years, and even at an older age.

 Biorevitalization - self-healing skin


Biorevitalization contraindicated in pregnant women and also in the severity of the disease and the presence of skin lesions caused by an infection in areas where injections.

If a patient shows signs of premature aging, biorevitalisation can be carried out as a preventive measure. The first two procedures are usually tested at intervals of 15-20 days, and then consolidate the results for the procedure should be done once every 3-4 months. The next time the patient will need biorevitalization 3-4 years.

When signs of aging are already very conspicuous, visible positive result can be achieved within 2-3 procedure, the interval between which also is 15-20 days.

For 20-30 minutes before the procedure lubricate the skin with a special cream, having the effect of anesthetic, so injections are almost painless for the patient. In most cases, needle marks disappear the very next day after the procedure.

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Botox - the best remedy for wrinkles?

December 17, 2006

  • Botox - the best remedy for wrinkles?
  • Side effects

 Botox wrinkle
 The appearance of wrinkles - the inevitable consequence of the natural aging process of the skin Aging Skin: The three most common problems and their solutions  Aging Skin: The three most common problems and their solutions
   and it loses its elasticity, the result of the influence of many factors, the activity of the facial muscles to disregard the rules of skin care. Whatever the causes of the appearance of wrinkles, there are many methods for correction of age-related skin changes. To combat wrinkles, the main signs of skin aging, invented a lot of money: this chemical peels, and microdermabrasion, and even plastic surgery involving skin tightening and wrinkle reduction. One of the most popular means of eliminating this obvious sign of skin aging is Botox injections.

 Botox - the best remedy for wrinkles?

Botox: goodbye to wrinkles!

Botox as a "miracle" drug to combat wrinkles was introduced back in the eighties, and his research began even earlier - back in the sixties, Botox was used to treat certain neurological disorders. In fact, Botox is a botulinum toxin type A, a waste product of bacteria clostridium botulinum, provoking severe food poisoning Food poisoning: how to avoid becoming a victim of its own stomach  Food poisoning: how to avoid becoming a victim of its own stomach
   (botulism) .  Being poisonous in large doses, small doses of Botox has a rejuvenating effect on the skin: due to "freeze", temporary paralysis of the facial muscles, Botox helps to remove already formed wrinkles on the face and prevent new for a certain period of time .  Although the beauty industry Botox injections for correction of wrinkles in the skin are used not so long ago - in the early nineties, this method of dealing with age-related changes already won hundreds of thousands of fans around the world .  For example, actress Jenny McCarthy makes Botox to preserve youthful skin once every two months, supermodel Linda Evangelista declaration of love to this method of skin rejuvenation in constant interviews and even recognized by Hollywood divas - Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman - once tried stop the inevitable process of aging with the help of Botox injections .

 Botox - the best remedy for wrinkles?

How are the injections

By itself, the procedure for skin rejuvenation using Botox injections is very simple, painless and short. In certain areas of the skin to be corrected by fine needle inserted the dosed quantity of Botox. As a rule, most effective Botox injections are effective for wrinkles on the skin of the upper half of the face: Botox helps smooth out the horizontal lines on the forehead, vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows and the "crow ''s feet, fine lines around the eyes. The drug is injected directly into the muscle tissue, "freezing" the facial muscles and preventing the appearance of new wrinkles. Botox is especially effective against wrinkles caused, primarily, that the permanent reduction of facial muscles.

 Botox - the best remedy for wrinkles?

How effective is Botox

Depending on the depth of the wrinkles of the skin and the first results to "freeze" the action of Botox in the facial muscles can be evaluated after three to seven days after the procedure. Again, depending on the condition of the skin and how persistent will be the end result of Botox injections. On average, a course of injections of Botox helps to keep skin young and prevent the formation of new wrinkles for up to four months.

 Botox - the best remedy for wrinkles?


Action on Botox facial muscles has long been studied, but it does not mean that the injection under the skin of the potent toxin can remain without consequences. The most common and most well-known side effect of Botox injection procedure - a "freezing" of a person, a violation of facial expressions. "Victims" botox provided the introduction of too much Botox into the muscle tissue are not able to express emotions Emotions and culture: how to decipher the emotional code  Emotions and culture: how to decipher the emotional code
   through facial expressions, because the facial muscles under the paralyzing effect of Botox are not able to be reduced at all. Another common consequence of exceeding the required dose of Botox - ptosis, drooping eyelids, which persists for several weeks.

After the procedure, Botox injections may experience the following minor side effects:

  • Redness and itching at the injection site
  • Slight pain
  • Nausea, headache