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Hyaluronic acid is a humectant used in personal care products. Humectant are a very effective mechanism for moisturizing the skin, so you can use them extensively in the skin care process.Generally speaking, humectant is very suitable for moisturizing, but hyaluronic acid is special because it already exists in your skin. Skin aging is also related to skin moisture loss. The key molecule related to skin moisture is hyaluronic acid or hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a glycosaminoglycan (GAG) with unique ability to bind and maintain water molecules.
Therefore, adding hyaluronic acid to skincare products is very beneficial as it can supplement natural substances in the skin. As more and more consumers realize its benefits and brands are able to add it to their products, it has become increasingly popular every year.
Essentially, hyaluronic acid absorbs moisture and maintains it on the skin, replenishing it. It makes the skin look softer and fuller.
Hyaluronic acid molecules vary in size. Although larger hyaluronic acid molecules are most capable of combining with water to provide hydration, they cannot penetrate into the skin. When used locally (on the skin), these molecules are located on the surface of the skin and only provide hydration at the very surface. Compared to larger hyaluronic acid molecules, smaller hyaluronic acid molecules bind less water and can penetrate deeper into the skin (although they can only penetrate the epidermis, the outermost layer of the skin). To achieve maximum surface hydration, search for products containing HA molecules of different sizes.
Hyaluronic acid is used for various purposes such as:
Reduces the appearance of fine lines
maintain collagen in the skin
The more moisturized your skin is, the less likely it is to develop fine lines. Hyaluronic acid won't get rid of deep wrinkles, but it may reduce fine lines around the eyes or mouth, which are common to most people. Moisturized skin can help fill in these areas, as hyaluronic acid plumps the skin and helps maintain collagen in the skin, keeping everything nice and smooth.
The plan for HA body correction is generally similar to the plan for facial dermal fillers. Choose to ensure the best results and minimize complications as much as possible. The ideal candidate would pursue a plump buttocks because the genes in the breasts are small, losing their natural curves due to age or weight loss, or simply wanting to achieve a more rounded shape.I will consult with my patients and provide detailed information, including the surgical process, the type of product I use, and expectations during and after treatment, to maintain transparency. In order to manage expectations, the duration, risks, and possible side effects were also clarified.Choosing suitable patients and knowing how to exclude patients who are not suitable for the technology is crucial for achieving good aesthetic outcomes and achieving the goals sought by patients. However, to achieve this, you must know how to inject the product, what complications to inject, and most importantly, how to solve them.
Firstly, I take photos of the patients so that they can clearly notice the differences after the surgery. I examine the buttocks from the back and side to determine the specific injection area. This must be done while the patient is standing, as lying down increases natural gravity and shape. Before disinfection, I began to mark my buttocks up and down. At this stage, the injection point can also be clearly determined. This process is carried out under local anesthesia. After injecting lidocaine, I opened the 18G catheter with an 18G needle. Usually, in order to achieve a plump effect, filling is injected into the upper buttocks to increase the area of the buttocks and wrinkles below. If the side area is not large enough, I will inject supplementary materials to increase the tilt angle. For this project, I suggest using fan-shaped injection technology and using a 100mm catheter. To ensure the symmetry of the results, I will evaluate them again while the patient is standing, as the results may not be accurately displayed.Ideally, I would recommend injecting 30-40cc hyaluronic acid gel into each breast, and each injection should not exceed 100cc, especially when the patient is injected for the first time. I also like to inject deep subcutaneous layers and subcutaneous fat, at a distance of 3-4 centimeters from the skin. Evaluate product distribution after injection and gently massage from bottom to top if necessary.
It is very important to wrap the injection site with disinfectant after surgery. A triangular area is necessary to help the product integrate with the leather. I strongly recommend that my patients keep it for at least three days to avoid getting it wet.After treatment, the patient may immediately experience slight swelling. This can be solved with paracetamol. I also advise patients not to engage in vigorous exercise, excessive alcohol consumption, or expose themselves to extreme temperatures.The final result is not immediately visible, but within approximately two to three weeks, swelling and redness subside.