FAQ 常见问答题

Hyaluronic acid is one of the main matrix components of human skin epidermis and dermis; hyaluronic acid is originally present in the skin and can help the skin to absorb moisture from the body and the skin surface layer; but the hyaluronic acid molecule in its natural state, will be decomposed in 48 hours; In order to obtain acceptable durability in the body, it is essential to perform a chemical process called “cross-linking”, which aims to improve in vivo resistance to degradation. Hyaluronic acid is certified by an authoritative health organization which requires a report of complete degradation within a certain time; therefore, as long as it is a legal certified hyaluronic acid product, it is safe.

HA will be fully absorbed, the result doesn’t last very long, regular injections needed. If it is done improperly, there will be possibilities of redness, bruises and infection.

It’s non-invasive treatment, no scar will be left.

1.Clean the treatment area.  2. Apply topical anaesthetic cream 3. Treatment site disinfection 4. Injection 5. Massage the area to form the shape

They both have their own Pros and cons. Autologous fat grafting is taken from your body. It is the safest substance and survived fat cells are long lasting but it’s a surgery, there’s trauma. Hyaluronic acid filler uses minimally invasive injection, which has a quick effect and basically no recovery period. The result is natural and great, however the result doesn’t last very long.

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