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  HOME : QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS : Procedures using botox and hialuronic acid
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QUESTION I would like to know for which face zones can be used the hialuronoc acid and what is the difference between the hialuronic acid and the botox?
ANSWER Hialuronic acid is a natural moistener, possessing the capacity to attract water and prevent moisture from evaporating from the skin. One molecule hialuronoc acid attracts 100 molecules water and thus it can make tight some unpleasant hollows and areas of the facial skin. Injecting hialuronic acid wrinkles can be erased easily and painlessly and lips can be enlarged very fast.

The hialuronic acid is called often a facial filler and to this effect it can be injected in all facial zones forehead, cheek bones, wrinkles around nose and mouth, lips, eye contour. It smoothes the wrinkles that are already shown and is recommended for hydrating and regenerating of the skin cells.

The botox or botulinum toxin is a neuroparalytic substance that has a revolutionary effect in the fight against mimic wrinkles the horizontal lines on the forehead, the wrinkle between the eyebrows and the so-called crowss feet around the eyes. These are the three zones where botox can be injected. It temporarily paralyzes the functions of some facial muscles in these zones and makes their contractions impossible for a certain period of time, thus preventing the formation of new and the deepening of existing wrinkles.

Because of this if you are advenced in years and have wrinkles that are deep and can be seen, it is recommended some injections with hialuronic acid and with botox to be used in combination. The hialuronic acid will make tight the wrinkles and stretch the facial skin and the botox will prevent the formation of new wrinkles and will paralyze the mimic muscularity for a definite period of time.

The botulinum toxin can be injected in the age between 35 and 45 years (under a doctor recommendation and according to the state of your skin this can be done at an earlier age). The hialuronic acid is suitable for all ages as it is one absolutely natural product that is part of the human organism and it can be easily resorbed, leaving hydrated and revitalized skin. In its more liquid form the hialuronic acid is used for a deep hydratation of a face, known as a mezotherapy a procedure for all ages, which can be done 3 or 4 times annually, depending on the individual need of the client.

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