Tissue stimulators are preparations used in aesthetic medicine to rebuild skin structure by stimulating collagen and elastin production. After the injection a natural effect of improved firmness, density and quality of the skin is obtained. Tissue stimulators (type of active substance) are selected individually to meet the patient’s needs.
Tissue stimulators are not fillers, i.e. they do not increase tissue volume. The purpose of their use is to restore lost skin parameters.
area of treatment:
duration of the procedure:
number of treatments:
longevity of effect:
- Skin revitalization of the face, neck, décolletage, hands
- Regeneration of the eye area
- Skin hydration
- Gentle lift of eyebrows, cheekbone enhancement
- Loss of skin firmness and tautness, signs of fatigue
- Chronic liver disease
- Active inflammatory processes
- Some autoimmune diseases
- Taking anticoagulant or thrombolytic drugs
- Neoplastic conditions and tumours of unknown origin, chemotherapy, immunosuppression
- Weakness of the body, viral and bacterial diseases
- Under 18 years of age
Description of the procedure
Preparation for the procedure – pre-treatment medical consultation.
The skin is topically anaesthetised with a cream prior to the treatment. The administration of tissue stimulators involves the injection (using flexible, thin cannulas) of a specialized preparation into selected areas. After the procedure, the skin may be slightly red and slight bruising may also occur.