Biorevitalization

Biorevitalization is a method of intradermal injections with unmodified or partially modified hyaluronic acid, which can be used to treat a variety of aesthetic problems by affecting the intercellular space of the dermis and stimulating the activity of fibroblasts. This method was initially applied in 2001 and has been steadily gaining in popularity.

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Hyaluform Biorevitalizant 1%

Contains nonstabilized hyaluronic acid (HA) with a concentration of 10mg/ml, which ensures a minimal content of foreign proteins in the product. Immunologically neutral. Does not require an allergy test.

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Hyaluform Biorevitalizant 1.8%

Contains partially stabilized hyaluronic acid (up to 2 sutures per 1000 links) with a concentration of 18mg/ml.

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