What are Filling and Face Filling?
With the effect of ageing, the self-renewal process of the skin begins to slow down. The skin is much drier and duller than before. Our plump and smooth facial features, which we had when we were young, lose their firmness and density due to the decrease of collagen and elastin fibres in the subcutaneous tissue as we age. The first fine lines on the face, deformations such as pits and collapses begin to appear. The skin is no longer as tight and smooth as before. The ageing process is a process that begins with a decrease in the amount of Hyaluronic Acid necessary to maintain the tension of the skin and the mobility of the joints. Hyaluronic acid is produced in the body and is an indispensable substance for our skin and can be obtained from many foods. But medical research shows that taking hyaluronic acid with food is not enough. To correct this situation, a sufficient amount of hyaluronic acid should be given to the skin from the outside. Hyaluronic acid helps the skin to regain its youthful glow by preserving the elasticity of our skin. The amount of hyaluronic acid in our skin begins to decrease over time. Between the ages of 40-50, close to 50% disappear. The changes observed in our faces over time are naturally renewed thanks to the filling containing hyaluronic acid. Eliminates facial volume loss defines lip lines and adds volume. It helps to remove wrinkles.
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