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Biostimulators are unique dermatological and aesthetic treatments to stimulate the skin’s natural regeneration processes. They promote the production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid to improve skin texture and counteract signs of ageing.

How it works:

Unlike traditional fillers that directly add volume, biostimulators work by stimulating the skin’s natural repair and growth processes. This leads to a gradual, genuine improvement in the skin’s appearance.

Commonly used substances:

Common substances used as biostimulators include, for example, polylactic acid (PLLA) and calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA). These substances are usually used in the form of injectable products.

Application areas:

Biostimulators improve skin quality, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and increase skin density and elasticity. They can be used on the face, neck, hands and other body areas where skin rejuvenation is desired.

Treatment procedure:

Treatment with biostimulators is usually carried out through injections by a qualified specialist. The sessions required may vary depending on individual skin conditions and treatment goals.

Results and duration:

Results develop gradually over several weeks or months as the skin needs time to produce new collagen and elastin. Depending on the product used and individual skin condition, the effects can last one to two years or longer.

Biostimulators offer a way to improve skin quality and achieve a youthful appearance by supporting the skin’s natural regenerative ability. Experienced healthcare professionals must carry out treatment to achieve optimal results and minimize the risk of complications.

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