Stimulate your skin to renew!
As the years go by, we start noticing deterioration of the condition and quality of our skin. Although this process is absolutely natural and cannot be stopped, there are ways to slow it down a bit and erase the existing signs of skin ageing. Tissue stimulators, which have an incredible power to restore youthfulness to the skin, have recently become extremely popular, and for good reason.
What are tissue stimulators and how do they work?
Tissue stimulators are specific preparations for injection, what makes them different from the typical needle mesotherapy. Their job is to stimulate the production of elastin and collagen, and – finally – to rebuild the skin cells. Depending on the preparation used, the treatment can be aimed at a selected skin problem.
What is the procedure with the use of tissue stimulators?
The preparations are injected into a selected area of the Patient’s skin with the use of a thin needle. The preparations are tailored to the individual needs of our Patients, their age and condition of their skin, therefore they may bring various effects and may be very effective in dealing with numerous skin problems. At our clinic we use the tissue stimulators for face and eye area. It is worth mentioning that tissue stimulators have stronger effect that the preparations used for traditional needle mesotherapy.
Tissue stimulators – results
Correct selection of tissue stimulators by an experienced cosmetologist makes it possible to achieve the desired results, such as:
- increased tension, density and slight filling of the skin,
- improved flexibility and firmness of the skin,
- smoothening and deep hydration of the skin,
- improved tone,
- protection against premature skin ageing.
Feel free to tell us about your needs during the consultation visit, and we will chose a proper tissue stimulator.
Who needs tissue stimulators?
There is a number of problems that may be solved with the use of tissue stimulators. The most common of them include:
- lost flexibility and firmness of the skin,
- wrinkles and first signs of ageing,
- pronounced jowls and lost oval of the face,
- dark circles under the eyes and deteriorated tone of the skin,
- dry and dehydrated skin,
- scars and stretch marks.
What preparations are used during the treatment?
At our Clinic we use the following preparations during the treatments with tissue stimulators: Suneoks 200 and 1200, Linerase, Ejal 40, Karisma, Nucleofill, Profhilo, Jalupro, Geo-Lifting (face treatments), as well as Suneoks, TWAC, Lumi Eyes, Nucleofill (treatments of eye areas).
Tissue stimulators – contraindications
The contraindications to treatments with tissue stimulators include: pregnancy and breastfeeding, bacterial, fungal and viral infections of the skin, tumours/cancer, diabetes and active autoimmune diseases. Any exclusions will be discussed in details during the consultation visit.
How long does the treatment with tissue stimulators last?
The treatment lasts approx. 20 minutes.
How many treatments are required to get the best results?
In order to get the best possible results it is recommended to have a series of 2-4 treatments at the intervals of approx. 3 weeks. Depending on the preparation, sometimes it is worth make a repeating treatment after 4-6 months.
What is the time for recovery after the treatment with tissue stimulators?
Typically, the treatment leaves no trace and requires no recovery, but at the place of product administration there may be a slight bruising, swelling or tiny lumps that will disappear within 2 days.
Your beauty is in hands of the professionals! Tell us about your needs and we will help you rediscover yourself.