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Aesthetic dermatology

Aesthetic dermatology

Dermo-aesthetic treatments to rejuvenate your skin

It is common that after the age of 40 we begin to see the first signs of aging in the face, such as fatigue, loss of density or fine wrinkles in the skin.

At TUDERMA we offer different aesthetic medicine treatments that will help you rejuvenate. Treatments such as botox, hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxyapatite and mesotherapy with cross-linked hyaluronic acid, or the combination of several of them, manage to conceal these small wrinkles, moisturize, recover lost volume and restore the skin’s luminosity.

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Interested in learning more about glycation?

Glycation is the binding of a sugar molecule to a protein. Similar reactions occur in the human body over very long periods of time and at much lower temperatures. As a result, substances called glycation compounds accumulate in numerous tissues of the body and are involved in the aging process.

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Treat your skin with a peeling after sunny days

Explore how dermatological peeling renews the superficial layers of the skin, leaving it luminous, even and smooth. Discover the benefits: improved color, finer pores, wrinkle prevention and collagen stimulation, with a protective effect against skin cancer.

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Skin changes during menopause

During menopause there are major hormonal changes that affect women in most organs and body systems. In the skin, the most important change is the loss of collagen and hyaluronic acid in the middle and deep dermis, which results in the appearance of the dreaded flaccidity and loss of skin hydration. As a result, the tissues tend to sag and wrinkle. The age is variable, as is the onset of menopause, but around the age of 50 is when the changes appear most rapidly (sometimes even within months).

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