The glycosaminoglycan hyaluronic acid is an essential component of connective epithelial tissue and has the great property of attracting and retaining water.
Box of 10 vials of 2ml.
Therapeutic indications: correction of wrinkles, hydration and rejuvenation.
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|Presentation||Box of 10 vials of 2ml|
|Therapeutic indications||Wrinkles, hydration, rejuvenation|
|Ingredients||Non-crosslinked Hyaluronic acid 1% high molecular weight|
|Application areas||Face, neck, décolleté, hands|
|Usage protocol||A treatment at the first week, one at a second week, one at the fourth week, one at the sixth week and one at 'eighth week|
|Chemical and physical properties||Form: gel - Color: transparent - pH range: 6.0-7,5 - Molecular Weight: Md 1.2|
|Post Treatment Recommendations||Do not wash the treated area and not to apply any cosmetic for the next 24 hours after treatment. Avoid direct sun exposure on the day of treatment.|
Non-cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid is a linear polysaccharide, identical to the connective tissue, which belongs to the glycosaminoglycan and mucopolysaccharide family. Its viscosity and molecular weight is very similar to that present in the body. Being biocompatible, it integrates perfectly with the organism being so used and reabsorbed in a safe way.
Hyaluronic Acid is an essential active ingredient to ensure deep and lasting hydration to the tissues, reducing signs of aging.
Non-crosslinked Hyaluronic Acid has the ability to attract and retain water molecules in the tissues, improving their elasticity. When applied to the skin, it forms a viscoelastic film that prevents the evaporation of water.
Due to its composition and structure it represents a basic active ingredient that can be combined with vitamins, amino acids, trace elements (for example present inside the MESOFACE cocktail) or other components in an effective way for the treatment of any imperfection, in particular signs of aging , scars, stretch marks and wrinkles.
Hyaluronic acid, present in our body, gradually decreases with age, causing a loss of elasticity and wrinkles. Hyaluronic Acid fills the spaces between the collagen and elastin fibers, providing the transport mechanism of essential nutrients to the cells and contributing to the rejuvenation of the dermis.
It also acts as angiogenic, supporting the proliferation of endothelial cells that improve skin vascularization and protect against ultraviolet radiation.