Dermalfiller

Profhilo - Bio Remodelling

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PROFHILO is the first stabilised hyaluronic acid (HA) based product manufactured without the use of chemical cross-linking agents (BDDE). It is used to reshape skin and treat sagging skin, not just fill lines and wrinkles.
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Dermalfiller

Dermalfillers sometimes referred to as soft tissue fillers, are substances injected under the surface of the skin to add volume and fullness.

 

Substances used in dermalfillers include:

 

  • Calcium hydroxyapatite , a mineral compound found in bone.
  • Hyaluronic acid, found in some fluids and tissues of the body that add fullness to the skin.
  • Polyalkylimide, a transparent gel that is compatible with the body.
  • Polylactic acid, which stimulates the skin to produce more collagen .
  • Polymethyl methacrylate microspheres (PMMA), a semi-permanent filler.
  • Each of these is designed to treat various signs of aging or other cosmetic issues.

  

The time they take to work and how long they last also vary. Some derma fillers last 6 months, while others last up to 2 years or longer.

 

People should discuss their individual needs and expectations with their doctor to find out which filler is the best choice for them.

Today it is common to see ads for face creams that, as manufacturers promise, can replace face fillers and even botox, but we must not break away from reality and think that in the end nothing can save from aging, neither botox The days of plastic surgery always take their toll. So what does makeup do? Good cosmetics help the skin to regenerate and regenerate and eliminate the consequences of negative environmental influences and insufficient care. Of course, nothing stands in the way of buying cosmetics and hoping for a miracle, but seriously, from 40, for example, no cream can do what Botox or Dermafiller do. Care products are good, but none of them can radically change the appearance of the epidermis.

What are they and what are the benefits of facial wrinkles fillers

Dermafillers are cosmetic compositions that are injected under the skin to smooth the skin and "fill in" wrinkles. Fillers seem to push wrinkles from the inside and smooth them out. Unlike Botox, which doesn't remove wrinkles as many people think, but simply removes muscle mobility (which prevents lines from appearing), Dermafiller fills in wrinkles and can remove fine lines and gradually reduce deep wrinkles. the injected substance is slowly absorbed by the body. 

Everyone decides whether or not to carry out cosmetic interventions, but only professional cosmetic interventions will help with deep wrinkles on the forehead or between the eyebrows, nasolabial folds and even withered cheeks. with special fillers, one of these processes. 

Dermafillers can really make the skin look radically younger, smoother and more elastic in record time. Movie stars who are in their 40s but have smooth and glowing skin are likely very familiar with the filler correction procedure. If you can overcome your fear of needles and don't want to spend your money on expensive "setting" creams, fillers are worth a try.

How Wrinkle Fillers Work

The function of fillers is very specific, when these drugs are injected into the right places (under the eyes, in the nasolabial folds), they immediately fill the skin and squeeze it from the inside, making the face look fresher and younger. The effect after applying fillers, facial wrinkles, depending on the type of drug and individual characteristics, can last from 2 months to 2 years. Fillers shouldn't be confused with botox. Botox paralyzes the muscles and is usually injected to prevent forehead lines and the surrounding crow's feet. Many people use botox and wrinkle fillers at the same time because these drugs together can produce amazing results, and even faster.

Is there a "better wrinkle filler"?

In the world of injectable fillers there is not one or a few of the best that are very different from the others, we are of course talking about certified supplements, how good or appropriate a particular formulation is depends on the individual characteristics of each one of the Experience, technology and quality of training to become a beautician. The headlines in the magazines have nothing to do with the quality or quantity of the risks involved in using fillers. In general, it all depends on the professionalism of the doctor. Over the past 20 years, a large number of wrinkle filler products that have been eagerly advertised by fashion magazines and many medical beauticians have been out of production for various reasons, later being the best.

What about cosmetic filler creams?

Skin care product manufacturers try to keep up with the trends because it depends on the success of their business, which is why there are many filler creams on the market. They (the manufacturers) promise, of course, that with their help you can try to rejuvenate yourself and turn down beauty injections, but we have to face the truth. The filler cream usually contains silicones, so that fine wrinkles are temporarily and only visually less visible. The primers used to smooth the skin before makeup do roughly the same thing. Filling is not a useless thing.

Some people don't want to resort to more radical antiaging methods and just want to look a little better every day. For them, these creams are just perfect. Everyone chooses what works best for them.

Synthetic and natural dermafillers

Today there are 2 types of wrinkle fillers, natural and synthetic wrinkle fillers, which are based on natural ingredients, are less likely to cause allergic reactions, although that does not mean that negative reactions are excluded. 3-18 months, and then you will have to return to the clinic for a "new dose". The main component of these fillers is usually hyaluronic acid. 

Synthetic fillers last much longer and are considered a permanent way to get rid of wrinkles because they are not absorbed by the body and wrinkles reappear as the skin ages naturally. Both natural and synthetic fillers can cause allergic reactions and other side effects, however, since synthetic products are permanent and problems can arise. it may stay longer during the injection.

Dermafillers come in different forms, for example some are made from fat taken from the patient's body, but each has its own advantages and disadvantages, risks and results. Sometimes your doctor may recommend using more than one type of wrinkle filler at the same time. , depending on your needs and the desired result.

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