FACIAL MOISTURISING in ibiza
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Facial hydration in our beauty clinic.
By nature, the dermis has a 10-20% water content, which acts as a protective barrier and gives the skin elasticity. When the percentage of facial moisture decreases below 10%, the skin becomes rough and dry. Dehydrated skin shows a dull, tight, aged appearance that can be reversed through aesthetic medicine.
TIPS FOR MAINTAINING SKIN HYDRATION
Proper hydration of the skin is essential to keep it healthy. Following a daily routine of cleansing and moisturising the face is very important for this. The facial skin should be cleansed every night before moisturising with moisturiser, serum and regenerating cream. We also recommend facial cleansing, which removes dead skin cells and provides radiance and hydration to the complexion, and face masks are also recommended. Healthy daily habits such as drinking plenty of water and eating a balanced diet are also essential. It is also important to avoid smoking, excessive exposure to the sun and excessive use of make-up as much as possible.
Eiviestetic also has excellent facial aesthetic medicine treatments for a smooth, soft, moisturised face. At the same time, the elasticity they provide reduces wrinkles. However, it must be considered that each person has different skin with specific needs, so it is imperative to make a personal and professional assessment of each case to apply the best aesthetic treatment available.
Facial mesotherapy is a straightforward, safe and effective facial hydration treatment. It works through the application of microinjections that act by increasing the skin’s hydration. These microinjections infiltrate the skin with a combination of substances that stimulate collagen and elastin production, redensify the skin, and block the oxidising effect of free radicals. Although it is an aesthetic treatment that can also be used to increase radiance, restore firmness to the skin or mitigate the harmful effects of the sun, it is especially indicated to provide the skin with deep hydration.
Commonly injected substances include hyaluronic acid, a molecule that helps retain water in the skin, promoting collagen and elastin generation and increasing the complexion’s radiance. In addition, various combinations of vitamins, antioxidants, amino acids and minerals are also injected. Organic silicon can also be applied, giving the collagen a more solid structure.
Facial mesotherapy, also known as skin revitalisation, achieves excellent results from the first facial hydration session and can be combined with other facial hydration treatments. This treatment will also attenuate wrinkles and expression lines.
PLATELET GROWTH FACTORS IN FACIAL MOISTURISATION
Platelet growth factors or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a novel aesthetic treatment for skin rejuvenation and hydration that achieves excellent results.
The treatment consists of infiltrations of platelet-rich plasma extracted from the patient’s blood. After the blood is removed, it is centrifuged to obtain the PRP and injected directly into the face or the area to be treated. Platelets release growth factors that stimulate cell regeneration, increase the formation of new blood vessels and rebuild damaged tissues. In this way, a therapeutic effect is achieved, which we use to achieve a powerful effect of facial rejuvenation. At the same time, the skin regains its vitality and dramatically improves its elasticity.
It is a natural and chemical-free method that is safe. PRP provides the skin with numerous benefits, achieving proper cell regeneration and activating skin functions. Moreover, as a biological substance produced by our body is used, the risks of allergy, rejection or side effects are practically non-existent.
It is an aesthetic medicine treatment that is especially indicated for mature skin or skin beginning to mature. In addition to deep hydration, its beneficial effects on the skin include an increase in thickness, elasticity, consistency and radiance, a reduction in wrinkles and fine lines and even an improvement in the colouring of the dermis.