3 Things You Should Know About Hyaluronic Acid And Filler Treatment

We all know it and it is now in the top ten of the most requested aesthetic medicine treatments by men and women of all ages. This is the hyaluronic acid-based filler. The treatment with volumizing, toning power, and more, gives the face a harmonious and natural beauty but how much do we really know about this miraculous substance?

So here are 3 things you should know about hyaluronic acid and filler treatment.

The miraculous hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a substance well known to our body and naturally produced by it to hydrate and protect connective tissues. In fact, the substance represents a sort of scaffolding that allows the skin to maintain its tone over time and, at the same time, thanks to the ability of hyaluronic acid to bind and retain water, it also guarantees constant skin hydration. This is why when, over the years, the substance decreases, the skin ages, losing both tone and elasticity.

Used in fillers for a volumizing action and more!

When a hyaluronic acid-based filler treatment is used, the aim is to volumize the “depressed” and slightly toned areas of the face. However, in addition to carrying out a filling action for lips, cheekbones, and other areas of the face and body, the substance also performs a toning, elasticizing and moisturizing action for the skin.

An immediate result with no risk of rejection

Being a biocompatible substance, hyaluronic acid does not present the risk of rejection after its infiltration. Moreover, already at the end of a filler session, it is already possible to admire the nose job in turkey.


Fat and side b, are apparently two terms in contrast to each other because where there is adipose tissue there can hardly be buttocks that are beautiful to see. Yet, in recent years it is precisely the fat that has become an indispensable resource to give new fullness and tone to the b-side. How?

With a lipofilling procedure!

The procedure is also used to improve the aesthetics of the face, in fact, exploits the volumizing properties and not only of the autologous adipose tissue which, taken from the body areas where it is most concentrated, is intended for the poorly defined and voluminous buttocks.

The operation carried out under spinal or local anesthesia with sedation, therefore involves two phases.

During the first, autologous fat is taken from the body where it is most present. Subsequently, the adipose tissue, aspirated with cannulae through incisions of about 3 mm, is subjected to specific purification processes.

In the second phase of the lipofilling operation, the surgeon uses small cannulas to infiltrate the purified fat into the gluteal site.

Through specific movements and accurate infiltrations, the adipose tissue, mostly distributed in the upper pole of the buttocks, is homogeneously disposed in order to give it a push-up effect. Once the procedure is complete, dressings are applied.


To redefine the silhouette and say goodbye to the annoying excesses of fat present on various areas of the body, the plastic surgery operation par excellence is liposuction. Although requested every year by men and women at any age, not everyone knows the characteristics of this intervention. So here’s what you need to know about liposuction.

1. Objective “reshape the body”

The liposuction procedure eliminates the annoying accumulations of localized fat that undermine the curves and harmonious shapes of the body. The intervention has in fact the purpose of reshaping the silhouette through the aspiration of localized fat performed with a specific cannula.

With this surgery, it is possible to treat any area of ​​the body, and more specifically: the stomach, hips, thighs, and knees.

2. Yes to liposuction but not to lose weight!

To avoid running into false information, there is a fundamental premise to do: the liposuction operation is not suitable for those looking for a solution to lose weight. In fact, the operation is not used to lose weight, but to obtain a body remodeling.

However, the intervention is indicated after following healthcare solutions and having already lost a few extra pounds to redefine and improve the appearance of the body. However, it is essential that the skin has not lost its elasticity.

3. Alternatives to liposuction?

Not everyone likes plastic surgery and therefore there are not a few patients looking for solutions to say goodbye to fat pads. As possible alternatives to liposuction, aesthetic medicine offers some treatments with a draining and lipolytic action such as mesotherapy, carboxytherapy, and cavitation.

However, they are outpatient procedures that require time for the results to be evident and during the treatment period, it is advisable for the patient to follow all the necessary indications of the aesthetic doctor.


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