What is Biorevitalization?
Unfortunately, with age facial skin becomes less elastic, with formation of wrinkles, pigmented spots and other aesthetic defects. This is due to the natural ageing processes of the body. However, modern cosmetology has a vast arsenal of cosmetic procedures for the face, which can help restore the skin to its former elasticity and get rid of wrinkles. The most safe and effective method of skin rejuvenation is biorevitalization, which allows to restore skin tonicity, restart the mechanisms that take place in young and healthy skin due to hyaluronic injections.
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Advantages of Biorevitalization
- No side effects
- Fast recovery period
- High efficiency
How It Works
Procedure for biorevitalization is simple. Hyaluronic acid is injected with microinjection into the skin which results in skin recovering and creating good condition for the vital activity of the cells. The whole procedure is painless, no side effects and it only takes on average 30 minutes. Biorevitalization is preferably to perform every six months with 3-5 procedures course, depending on the skin health. The break between sessions is 15-30 days.
Biorevitalization, bioreparation and mesotherapy: which method is better?
First of all, the mesotherapy is an injection technique for injecting of various substances into the skin. The injections are done into middle layer of skin (mesoderm), hence the name of the procedure.
Bioreparation and biorevitalization are types of mesotherapy. The difference between them is the injection components. Hyaluronic acid gels are commonly used for biorevitalization. Hyaluronic acid restores the water balance of the skin, which is seriously impaired with age and leads to skin dryness, flabbiness and elasticity loss. Biorevitalization is sometimes performed by trained cosmetologist with “cocktails” from useful components for skin (in this case the procedure is usually called classical mesotherapy).
Bioreparation means the injection of hyaluronic acid preparation, which molecules are bound with vitamin C, minor element and essential amino acids. If the “cocktail” for classical mesotherapy can be prepared by cosmetologist himself, then prepared drugs are used for bioreparation.
You can certainly ask which method is better, biorevitalization or bioreparation? Allergic reaction, skin redness, painfulness at injection site is likely to take place due to presence of vitamin C in composition of bio repair. Therefore, biorevitalization can be considered as more effective and safer cosmetic procedure.