Correction of nasolacrimal sulcus: reviews

Age-related changes in the area around the eyes include: hyperpigmentation, edema, circles under the eyes, dynamic and static wrinkles, drooping of the eyebrows, loss of elasticity of the eyelid skin, the appearance of "bags under the eyes" (hernial fatty tissue protrusion), and the appearance of furrows. The latter include - nasolacrimal, vectocellular, nososculoid, nasoschechnuyu furrow.

Restylane: drug reviews

Restylane ® is a dermal filler based on stabilized hyaluronic acid, which is used to smooth wrinkles and folds, correct atrophic scars, and also to increase cheekbones, cheeks and lip volume. Manufacturer - the company "Q-Med" (Sweden), which in turn is part of the pharmaceutical company "Galderma", specializing in the development and sale of drugs for dermatology.

Darsonval: reviews for hair, for face

Darsonvalization is a physiotherapeutic method of affecting the skin and mucous membranes by a weak, pulsed alternating current of high frequency. Under the influence of current pulses, the microcirculation of the blood is enhanced, which leads to a better saturation of the tissues with oxygen and nutrients, and an increase in metabolism.

Facial photorejuvenation: reviews, prices

Facial photorejuvenation is one of the methods of physiotherapy, which allows you to increase skin elasticity and improve its appearance. There are two main technologies that are used for photorejuvenation - LED-technique (LED therapy), IPL-method (intense pulsed light). These techniques are completely different, and the choice between them will directly depend on the results you want to achieve.

Dysport: reviews, photo before and after

Dysport (Dysport ®) is a botulinum toxin type A preparation manufactured by the UK company Ipsen Products. According to the mechanism of action, it is analogous to Botox ®, having exactly the same indications for use, as well as a similar high safety profile. In Russia, the drug is sold in bottles of 300 and 500 U.

Why suddenly "Botox" did not get up

I am afraid that this article will not please colleagues who work at beauty salons and mostly inject botulinum toxins illegally. And in 95% of beauty salons do it exactly illegally. This article is a must-read for those who are only going to put Botox, Dysport or any other botulinum toxin for the first time, and will save you from frustration and complications.