Author: Dr. Oreste Di Mattei Di Matteo
Biorevitalisation is a state-of-the-art technique that helps combat the signs of ageing of the face and décolletage.
Biorevitalisation is an aesthetic medicine treatment that is recommended for its:
- having almost no contraindications
What is biorevitalisation?
As you can easily guess from its name, biorevitalisation is essentially a treatment that guarantees a revitalising action on your skin. As is well known, due to the natural biological ageing process, as we get older our skin tends to slow-down its processes of constant renewal.
During the course of one' s life, many biological and physiological processes change:
- at a young age, the skin regenerates itself quickly and impeccably
- in adulthood, as we get older, regeneration of the skin slows down, and the skin begins to lose its tone and elasticity
Ageing of the skin in particular involves a reduction in the quantities of certain substances that are essential for the well-being and beauty of the skin, especially hyaluronic acid.
Biorevitalisation: hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring element of the epidermal tissue, which contributes to the maintenance of the skin's health by giving it:
The reduction of hyaluronic acid can therefore only have negative implications for the skin.
Treatments such as biorevitalisation can be useful in the conservation and stimulation of hyaluronic acid production.
Biorevitalisation: the procedure
From a technical point of view, biorevitalisation is a treatment that has become possible thanks to the development of innovative state-of-the-art techniques.
On a practical level, biorevitalisation is carried out by injecting precious nutrients under the skin, especially the previously mentioned hyaluronic acid – through the use of special fillers – for the well-being and beauty of the skin.
Biorevitalisation: minimally invasive treatment
It is therefore a treatment that cannot be compared to aesthetic surgery in terms of invasiveness and potential side effects.
The fillers used in biorevitalisation provide the skin with the necessary amount of hyaluronic acid in a simple and targeted way – with the reduction of problems and unwanted risks. In fact, according to aesthetic doctors, sessions dedicated to biorevitalisation treatments have few undesirable effects, provided, of course, that they are carried out by experienced professionals and in state-of-the-art facilities.
Biorevitalisation: the substances used
Biorevitalisation treatments include the use of:
- hyaluronic acid – one of the most widely used substances in the treatment of biorevitalisation – penetrates the top layer of the skin through very thin needles and leaves no mark
- mineral salts
- other very precious nutrients for the skin in order to promote the production of collagen, which affects skin elasticity
Biorevitalisation: a non-permanent treatment
- Temporary effect: according to the doctors who carry out this treatment, a particular advantage of biorevitalisation is that this treatment is not permanent (aesthetic surgery gives permanent results).
- Nourishing action and natural results: biorevitalisation, in fact, is a sort of "periodic" nourishment for the skin, so there is no risk of unnatural effects.
- Gradual changes: since the treatment must be repeated on a regular basis, the changes in appearance are of course also gradual and never excessively noticeable, and this ensures major aesthetic benefits. Changes are perceived as gradual and absolutely natural.
Biorevitalisation: the number of treatments
Of course, the professional in charge of the biorevitalisation treatment will be very precise about the frequency with which the procedure is to be repeated: in fact, it will be up to the expert to evaluate the skin characteristics of the individual as well as other aspects so that the treatment can guarantee the best result.
Biorevitalisation: preventive action
Biorevitalisation can have a preventive action to:
- improve the appearance of the skin
- prevent skin ageing: biorevitalisation is a kind of nourishment for the skin, a periodical rejuvenation procedure, which can only have positive results also for those who simply want to keep their skin firm, smooth and elastic for as long as possible.
Other characteristics of biorevitalisation
In the vast majority of cases, biorevitalisation is used for the rejuvenation of:
- décolletage (a critical area, especially for women).
Biorevitalisation: combined with other treatments
It should also be noted that biorevitalisation treatments are fully compatible with other state-of-the-art treatments, such as modern anti-ageing laser treatments. This is also important, and it highlights how it is now possible to achieve the desired aesthetic results through a combination of efficient, painless and minimally invasive techniques..
The most significant contraindications of biorevitalisation are:
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding
- Autoimmune diseases
- Local skin infections
- Acute infectious diseases
Biorevitalisation: improving your appearance
Compared with the past, taking care of the appearance of your face and skin therefore no longer involves drastic and potentially dangerous decisions, or in any case those aimed at changing the appearance in a sudden, clear and permanent way.
Biorevitalisation together with an experienced professional can gradually give your skin a fresher, all-natural appearance.