Hyaluronic acid is a molecule naturally present in all living beings, occupying the spaces between the cells of tissues and filling in wrinkles.

In the skin, we have about 56% of the concentration of hyaluronic acid present in our bodies. Hyaluronic acid is responsible for giving structure to the skin, and over the years, it gradually decreases. For this reason, it is used in skin rejuvenation as it restores lost thickness and elasticity. It is one of the most performed cosmetic treatments in the world and the safest filler available.

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What does the treatment consist of?

Small amounts of hyaluronic acid, more or less concentrated depending on the area to be treated, are introduced intradermally with a fine needle. The process is somewhat uncomfortable, so topical anesthesia is applied beforehand. Once the treatment is finished, the patient can immediately return to their normal routine.

Where is it applied?

  • Central facial area: on the cheeks, nasolabial folds, suborbital groove (under-eye area), and marionette lines on the chin.
  • Lips: The goal is to add volume to the lips or sometimes simply enhance the lip profile to provide natural projection to the lips.
  • Perioral wrinkles, also known as “lipstick lines” can be smoothed as hyaluronic acid provides support to prevent these wrinkles from becoming pronounced when speaking or making facial expressions. In this treatment, it is essential to apply a small amount of hyaluronic acid to achieve a completely natural result.
  • Other indications include filling in flattened cheekbones, earlobe augmentation, correction of scars and surgical defects, etc.

How long does the effect of hyaluronic acid last?
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance and therefore absorbable. Its duration is approximately 12 months.