Every woman seeks to preserve her beauty and youth for as long as possible. No one is able  to stop time, yet it is quite possible to reduce the signs of aging with the help of modern aesthetic medicine.

Human skin is known to be multilayer. Each layer performs an important function. The  deep skin layer (derma) contains important components – collagen and elastin fibers –  forming a framework responsible for resilience. The same layer also contains hyaluronic acid, the so-called hydrocolloid, which makes the skin resilient, tender and velvety via  bounding large water quantity. It is the hyaluronic acid deficit that results in the  age-related skin flaccidity, appearance of wrinkles and loss of skin elasticity.

During the last years, biochemists and dermatologists have created various hyaluronic  acid-based preparations for prophylaxis and treatment of the age-related skin alterations.  One of the procedures popular today is the so-called biorevitalization. This method of  non-invasive therapy is a variety of mesotherapy.

Biorevitalization is interpreted as “bioresuscitation”. It is an innovative and highly  effective technique making it possible to recover the tone, elasticity and colour inherent in  the young skin. It also helps to protect the skin against free radicals (oxidation products destructively affecting both the derma and organism as a whole). The internal medium  characteristic of the young skin is recovered, and ageing is realistically retarded.


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