Skin is a very significant body organ responsible for important biological functions, but we tend to perceive its role as almost exclusively aesthetic. You have to take good care of your entire organism to keep its outer shell aesthetic and healthy. Diet, exercises, way of life- they all influence beauty.
How to maintain youthful and fresh appearance?
This question bothers most of us, regardless of gender. The so-called wrinkles are a more complex problem, some of them are caused by excessive muscle activity and appear at an early age. The fight against this kind of problems is safe and well-known and includes aesthetic medicine procedures and injections of botox procedure. On the other hand, there are also the so-called static wrinkles, which are the result of tissue volume loss and damage to the structure of the dermis. To remove this kind of problem beauticians use tissue fillers such as hyaluronic acid, or stimulate the development and remodeling of collagen fibers by various mesotherapy and radio frequency energy or ultrasounds. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in the human body. It helps in moisturizing the skin, adds volume, stimulates collagen growth, but it is also completely absorbed by the body. In case of major deficiency of tissues it is very helpful to use own tissues. Fat transfer tissue does not only fill the face but also poses an activation of the entire structure for self-renewal facial tissues.
You always have a choice
To obtain good results, it is recommended to use different methods. The choice depends on the severity of problems and experience of the physician.
Non-surgical treatments in aesthetic medicine are becoming increasingly popular. But we must remember that surgical intervention is sometimes necessary, but need not be very extensive, for instance facelift in Poland or liposuction procedure.
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