Dermal Fillers are getting more and more popular due to the Public’s demand for anti-ageing products that really work. HA dermal fillers are now widely used and accepted, and celebrities and non-celebrities alike are openly talking about their non-surgical procedures both amongst peers and publicly on social media. While the numbers of plastic surgeries have fallen over the recent years, the demand for dermal fillers and non-surgical augmentations with hyaluronic acid have risen and will continue to rise.
Out of all of the anti-aging products on the market, HA dermal fillers have the biggest effect on those unwanted signs of aging. A German product test, conducted in 2016, failed all tested wrinkle creams as none of them showed any actual effect on reducing lines or wrinkles. While most of these creams do hydrate the skin, they only give a short term plumping. HA Dermal Fillers are developed to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and make the skin appear plumper for several months.
A dermal filler is essentially a non-surgical tool to plump and volumise parts of your skin. The treatment works by injecting hyaluronic acid into your skin. Hyaluronic acid (HA) appears naturally in our bodies and is the storage for moisture under our skin which plumps and smooths it from underneath.
As we age, the amount of HA in our bodies decreases which is what can cause fine lines and wrinkles to appear. Dermal fillers don’t only help to restore your skin’s youthful appearance, they
are also a tool to augment ones facial features like lips, cheeks, jawlines and noses without any surgery. Due to its capability to assist with the regeneration of collagen and its ability to store moisture, hyaluronic acid is the perfect choice for plumping up skin. The fillers are injected after the application of numbing cream and are therefore safer than cosmetic surgery under anaesthesia.
More Technical Information
A cohesive dermal filler can be mondensified or polydensified which means that the HA has either generated one cross-link (mondensified) or it is continuously crosslinked (polydensified). The more cross- links a product is generating, the longer it takes for the body to break it apart and degrade it. A highly cross-linked filler will therefore be more stable and long lasting.
REVOLAX is a highly cross-linked HA dermal filler. It is a completely natural substance which synchronises with human skin tissue and gives a natural finish. Due to its low phase angle, REVOLAX doesn’t migrate under the skin.
In conclusion, a HA dermal filler is hyaluronic acid, Which can be used in non-surgical aesthetic treatments to reduce wrinkles, augment features and restore aging skin. It bears minimal risks and shows actual results over a long period of time.