The appearance of wrinkles

The appearance of wrinkles

As we age, our skin loses elasticity. This inevitably leads to wrinkles.

The speed at which wrinkles develop can vary depending on factors such as:

Smoking – this is responsible for dehydration of the skin, so wrinkles appear prematurely in smokers. The skin also turns yellowish and is severely dehydrated.

Lack of optimal hydration – each person should consume about 1.2-2 liters of fluids daily, in direct proportion to physical activity, eating habits and body characteristics. Water is vital for cellular activity so its absence can cause problems in the normal functioning of the body.

Excessive sun exposure – this can also affect young people. Whether it’s direct exposure to the sun or going out in the sun, the amount of UV absorbed by the body can be far too much for the body to handle and the effects can result in severe sunburn and dehydration.

Complexion – dry, fair skin is more sensitive and can wrinkle prematurely. Moisturizing and proper care are essential to delay the appearance of wrinkles. Wrinkles can’t be eliminated naturally, nor can their development be stopped, but with proper skin care, your skin will stay supple for longer.

Hyaluronic acid wrinkle treatment is an increasingly popular method of wrinkle fading for both men and women. The treatment is painless and results are immediately visible.

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance that is also found in the human body and is responsible for making the skin firm and elastic. As we age, the amount of hyaluronic acid found in the skin’s connective tissue decreases, resulting in a loss of skin elasticity.

Hyaluronic acid has a number of qualities that recommend it for facial treatments:

As a substance that is compatible with the tissues into which it is injected, hyaluronic acid cannot cause allergic reactions, its effect being to restore the skin to its original appearance.

The procedure is painless as it is performed under local anesthesia. The patient will only feel the initial sting because once anesthetized, the skin will no longer be sensitive when the hyaluronic acid gel is inserted.

The procedure is short, lasting between 30 and 40 minutes.

The areas where hyaluronic acid can be used are vast, including the neck, lips, the periorbital area frequently affected by dark circles under the eyes, but the hands can also be rejuvenated by this procedure.

The results appear immediately after injection and the effect depends on the amount of substance injected and its degree of metabolization. Results are normally expected to last up to a year.

After the hyaluronic acid injection procedure, the patient is advised to avoid sun exposure or sunbathing and strenuous exercise for at least the first few days following the treatment. Side effects that may occur include local erythema or swelling, but these do not affect the aesthetics too much.

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