Q: What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a substance, which is a very important component of our connective tissue. It has the ability to bind large amounts of water.

From the age of 25, our body begins hyaluronic acid to degrade and the loss of volume is noticeable, resulting in a loss of elasticity.

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Q: How is a hyaluronic acid treatment performed?

Hyaluronic acid is injected directly into the affected area by injection.

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Q: What should be considered before such a treatment?

Clients who undergo this treatment should be careful not to take any blood thinning drugs at least 48 hours before. For people who are dependent on such medicines for health reasons, should first clarify with a doctor.


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Q: What are possible side effects?

Are swelling, inflammation, nodules, hematomas (bruises), and color changes, allergies? All of this dependent on your own metabolism and is discussed with you individually in the consultation. Through the anamnesis that is carried out by us thoroughly, these side effects are largely minimized. We pursue the goal that you are sociable immediately after the treatment and no one has to know that you were at treatment.


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Q: How long does hyaluronic acid last?

Hyaluronic acid is a degradable substance. Depending on the metabolism the body builds it individually.

It reduces faster in severe sunshine, lack of fluid supply, sports activity and by smoking.

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Q: Can be treated with hyaluronic acid during pregnancy or breast-feeding?

During pregnancy and breast-feeding, the hormones play crazy, the metabolism is strongly stimulated, so the Hyaluronic acid would break down very quickly. Furthermore, it could lead to complication for the mother or the unborn by the Lidocaine (local anesthetic medication), which can be found in some Hyaluronic acid products.

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Q: How much Hyaluronic acid is needed for a treatment?

This depends on your individual requirements and what suits your type. Only in a personal consultation is it possible to answer this question.

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Q: What should be considered after a treatment?

After a treatment we recommend to avoid this:

Applying makeup





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