The news has never been better for anyone tired of looking tired.

Rather than filling in ageing wrinkles and fine lines with dermal filler injections, a new approach is gaining a lot of traction. This rejuvenation treatment actually tops up the skin’s natural stores.

You may not have heard of it yet, but bio-remodelling is in the news in Australia and worldwide. To date, more than 1.5 million patients have turned to this treatment to correct skin laxity, improve skin hydration, soften fine lines and wrinkles, and erase nasolabial folds, laugh lines, and crepey skin. Costhetics has all the facts you need to know to figure out whether you should make it 1.5 million and 1.

Goodbye Dermal Fillers, Hello Bio-Remodelling

When the clock strikes 30-year-old, most people begin to notice a significant change in the quality of their skin. It’s the result of a reduction of hyaluronic production. Bio-remodelling combats this common problem with injections in these key areas:

  • Lower face
  • Mid-face/Cheeks
  • Chest
  • Décolletage
  • Hands

Once injected into the correct layer of the skin, the ingredients used in bio-remodelling flows and spreads to the other parts of the face, without the need for additional injections. It helps tighten saggy skin and provides a natural, not overly stretched appearance. For the majority of patients, two treatments spaced four weeks apart, deliver a noticeable improvement in skin quality. Another plus is that bio-remodelling is an excellent choice for patients seeking to bundle treatments.

What is Bio-Remodelling?

Bio-remodelling is a rejuvenation process for skin that has become weak and lax. Multiple, minute injections of vitamins, minerals, and vital skin molecules are placed in treatment areas where the skin is showing signs of lost natural strength and elasticity. This isn’t your grandmother’s hyaluronic. Today, cosmetic specialists use cross-linked dermal fillers in skin rejuvenation treatments.

Cross-linking is a process that connects linear hyaluronic molecules. The explanation of linear dermal filler is a little complex. According to Science Direct, “Dermal filler is a linear chain polysaccharide consisting of repeating d-glucuronic acid and N-acetyl-d-glucosamine units. Dermal filler is a biocompatible and biodegradable polymer and is naturally found within the extracellular matrix of many human tissues.” That’s a mouthful!

If the definition above hurts your head, don’t worry. All you really need to know is that cross-linking creates new, stronger structures consisting of several dermal filler filaments with a higher molecular weight. But wait – there’s more! Real Self reports, “More cross-linking makes the HA molecules firmer in consistency, more water absorbent when injected, and longer lasting.”

Finally, unlike dermal fillers, cross-linked HA for bio-remodelling doesn’t remain in the skin for very long. It doesn’t need to, because rather than plumping skin, it encourages the skin to produce more of its own collagen, elastin and and other essential skin components by itself.

What does all this re-modelling mean to your skin? Keep reading!

Why and Where Bio-Remodelling is Effective for Skin Rejuvenation

In contrast to a wide range of treatments that address the symptoms of skin ageing, bio-remodelling treats the problem at its source. Unlike dermal filler injections for example, bio-remodelling:

  • Stimulates fibroblast cells – This triggers an increase in natural elastin and collagen production.
  • Activates keratinocytes – Keratinocytes are cells that make up 90% of the outermost layers of the skin. When activated, they produce and secrete keratin, which is also called an intermediate filament protein, that holds the skin cells and layers together.
  • Preserves and stimulates adipocytes – Adipocytes are related to the health and wellbeing of adipose tissue, a type of connective tissue that works to keep skim firm and toned.

4 Reasons Patients Are Saying YES to Bio-Remodelling

Bio-remodelling is changing the way we look at anti-ageing treatments. It’s an innovative concept that has more to offer than a unique delivery method and the ability to help tough-to-treat areas of the body such as the neck and hands.

Patients have become extremely savvy about cosmetic enhancement techniques. They want treatments that are effective, affordable, and not too time-consuming. Bio-remodelling fits the bill with:

  • Fewer treatment sessions compared with other rejuvenation treatments
  • Fewer injection sites required, which reduces skin disruption
  • Less discomfort
  • Less downtime

Costhetics Cautionary Tale: Ask Your Doctor

Generally speaking, bio-remodelling injections are a good fit for most patients. Still, like all medical procedures, there are risks involved. These include:

  • Discomfort
  • Redness
  • Itching
  • Bruising
  • Swelling

For these reasons and others, Costhetics urges readers to consult with a licensed and experienced injector. Prior to bio-remodelling, you will need to discuss your general health, any allergies you might have, the medications you are taking, and other topics that may impact your treatment. If you need help finding a source for bio-remodelling and skin rejuvenation, contact Costhetics for a professional in your area.

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