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Before carrying out any kind of treatment, it is important to have in-depth knowledge of the patient’s skin. After that, we can decide which treatment is best for the patient. Depending on skin ageing, there are different procedures for complete skin rejuvenation. 

Moreover, it is possible to combine simple skin peeling treatments with laser stimulation and radiofrequency in order to stimulate every layer of the skin.

Results

The new skin is brighter, more elastic, less wrinkled and less blemished than the old skin. Sometimes, certain products are applied to treat nasolabial folds (also known as “smile lines”), wrinkles or blemishes. They are also applied to plump certain desired areas. All products must comply with legal requirements from the Spanish Ministry of Health and usually have a temporary effect (fillers).

A young skin is smooth, elastic and has a great quantity of hyaluronic acid. With ageing, the ability of skin cells to synthesize hyaluronic acid decreases and, consequently, there is a reduction of the quantity of hyaluronic acid in the skin. As hyaluronic acid helps retain water in the skin, the ability of retaining water also diminishes. Therefore, skin becomes less capable of restoring itself after compression: it is the beginning of flaccidity.  Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in living organisms. It is a sugar molecule that is present in our body: tissues, joints, skin, eyes… It helps tighten and firm the skin. There are hyaluronic acid injections to moisturise and tighten the skin.

Standards of beauty change over time, just like our faces change with ageing. Therefore, we recommend natural products like hyaluronic acid.

· Skin peeling: skin rejuvenating procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to cause peeling of its upper layers.

· Fillers: products used for treating wrinkles, folds and facial blemishes. Their consistency is like a gel and they are transparent.

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