With aging, the skin begins to lose the necessary acids and the composition of the skin begins to change. The first wrinkles appear after the age of 25, when the rest of the skin begins to show signs of aging and loss of elasticity. The main ingredient of dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid, which binds to the water, integrates with the surrounding collagen and restores elasticity to the face. The skin’s response to hyaluronic acid is positive and also causes enhanced collagen formation which improves and prolongs the treatment results. They are considered an artistic process as they are most commonly used in combination with botox to help shape facial contours.
They are one of the most popular aesthetic treatments because they are easy to apply with immediately visible results, biodegradation and minimal recovery time after treatment. They are mainly used to make up for lost volume, ie for contouring the cheeks, volumizing and lifting, also for softening rough facial lines, correction of the eyelids and for filling the lips. Hyaluronic dermal fillers are designed to treat all facial areas.