Biorevitalization From A to Z
Biorevitalization is a procedure that helps revitalize the skin, taking into account its biological characteristics. Natural and unstabilized hyaluronic acid is well suited for this purpose and is used as a component of biorevitalization.
Indications for the biorevitalization procedure can be such as flabbiness, dryness, dull complexion, post-acne and age spots. The procedure can also be useful for those who smoke, travel frequently, or are regularly exposed to ultraviolet radiation.
The procedure itself takes 30-40 minutes: first, the skin is disinfected and an anesthetic gel is applied. After half an hour, the cosmetologist injects the components under the skin, quickly and almost painlessly. At the end, the skin is wiped with an antiseptic and a special protective cream is applied.
Biorevitalization is considered as one of the safest procedures, since it does not involve the components alien to the human body. The only thing that can be expected after injections is the appearance of small bumps, slight redness and swelling, which usually disappear after 3-4 days. But some precautions are worth taking: don’t put on makeup during the first day, avoid going to a sauna and staying on the beach during the next two weeks.
Despite the fact that biorevitalization gives a noticeable effect after the first procedure, it should be fixed. Therefore, injections are carried out in courses — usually 3-5 procedures every six months.