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Contrary to what we may think, hyaluronic acid is a molecule that is naturally present in the skin, capable of rehydrating the skin, but also of filling wrinkles.
The product is biodegradable, completely absorbable and that is no doubt why very few side effects have been observed in the long term.
But what is hyaluronic acid exactly? Where does it come from? Under what form? Who can use it and what are the contraindications? We have the answer for you.

What is hyaluronic acid ?

Hyaluronic acid is a very big molecule, naturally present in the skin and capable of retaining water wherever it is found. For some years now, it has been one of the most used active ingredients in ae...

Hyaluronic acid injections: who are they for and why?

Injections of hyaluronic acid are intended for anyone who wishes to correct superficial or deep wrinkles and to restore volume to their face.
This procedure is possible as soon as the first signs of a...

Uses of acid hyaluronic

Hyaluronic acid does not only come in injection form. It also comes as a gel or cream.
Gels made with hyaluronic acid are recommended for skins which lack vitality or which are dehydrated as well as f...

Before and after a session of hyaluronic acid injections

Hyaluronic acid injections are not carried out without precautions. To optimise the results and prevent side effects, there are a few rules to observe.
Prepare your skin before the procedure
Before an...

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