Derma Fillers, Toxins, Lines and Wrinkles
Dermal Fillers & Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid may be a good choice as a dermal filler because of its compatibility with the physiology of the human body. Hyaluronic Acid is a substance naturally produced by the body and is found in almost every single living thing. It acts as a network transferring essential nutrients from the bloodstream to skin cells. High concentrations of hyaluronic acid are found in soft connective tissues and the fluid surrounding your eyes. It's also in some cartilage and joint fluids, as well as skin tissue. It is laboratory produced to be an identical match to what the body produces and now has become one of the most popular kinds of injectable fillers. The term may sound very familiar as it is frequently discussed and written about. Brand names include: Captique Esthélis Elevess Hylaform Juvéderm Perlane Prevelle Puragen Restylane Hyaluronic acid is not derived from animal sources. Gone are the old days when it was taken from the cone of a rooster. It is produced in a laboratory and is equivalent to the hyaluronic acid the body naturally produces. When this gel is injected, it acts like an inflated cushion to support facial structures and tissues that may have lost volume or elasticity due to normal aging. It also brings water to the surface of the skin to keep it looking fresh and supple. If you are seriously considering dermal fillers, it is important to go to a professional dermal clinic which offers complimentary consultations. Don't be shy in letting the Doctor know your wish list and the look you wish to achieve. Stay as natural as possible in your look. I am not a fan of #injectionjunkies. Don't overdo it. Your face should remain your beautiful you. Once you've decided to invest in the results you want and proceed with dermal fillers, keep in mind there is maintenance involved. Depending on how much work you require, each syringe ranges in cost between $500-$750 every 5-6 months.
Now that you have the look you want you must look after your skin. A daily skin care regimen is vital to maintain optimal results. Fillers and the look of your youthful beautiful face are only as good as the care you give your skin. Daily Skin Care Regimen 1. Cleanse the skin ~ remove all environmental dirt, and makeup. Think of it as cleaning the palette and preparing for hydration, moisture and makeup. morning/evening 2. Toner ~ balances the ph level in the skin and keeps bacteria at bay. morning/evening 3. Serum ~ Vitamin E & C to fight free radicles maximizes moisture and the nutrients the skin requires as well as minimizes the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. morning/evening #TIP ~ add 2-3 drops to your moisturizer and apply to your face and neck. 4. Moisturizer ~ protects the skin, delivers nutrients and locks in hydration. morning/evening
We live in a world demanding a quick fix and immediate results. The skin is the largest living organ and unfortunately the most neglected. Skin cells formulated at the basal layer have a 25-30 day cycle to reach the epidermis (the surface of the skin). Your commitment to daily skin care will improve each month. In the first month, the skin will feel supple, moist and hydrated. It will look and feel fresh and brighter. In 5-6 months you will see a visible improvement and it will continue to improve. Knowledgeable professional skin therapists will assist you with your skin needs but what you do for your skin daily is the key to healthy, youthful and beautiful skin.