Biorevitalisation and/or Mesotherapy also known as skin boosters are injectable treatments that boost skins moisture while stimulating the fibroblast cells to increase collagen production.
Biorevitalisation is a minimally invasive treatment that involves the use of micro needles often look like bee stings, these injections of hyaluronic acid, amino acids, antioxidants and vitamins are injected into the dermis and epidermis of the skin. This combination of ingredients helps to provide the skin with high levels of hydration. It is used as an overall anti-ageing treatment whilst also assisting with pigmentation. Biorevatalization also helps with dry and or dehydrated skin also helping with significant signs of ageing.
How does biorevitalisation work?
Biorevitalisation injections are done by hand by the practitioner or doctor and can be done all over the face or body. Biorevitalisation can be used for anything from winkles to cellulite. The delivery of these stimulating ingredients to the epidermis or dermis hydrate and revitalise the skin. Biorevitalisation contains a high concentration of non-crosslinked HA. These often-long chains of HA provide the skin with the plumpness that hydrates, delivers antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and ultimately support for the skin. The addition of other nutrients such as amino acids, antioxidants and vitamins helps support the healthy skin function.
Biorevitalization hydrates the skin from within by plumping and softening fine lines. It is a highly-effective way to prevent such as with Revitacare Cytocare 502, correct with Revitacare Cytocare 516 or reduce the signs of ageing with Revitacare Cytocare 532.
How is it administered?
Biorevitalization treatments are usually quick and easy. Usually taking about 20 minutes to do the whole face. The injection site is cleansed then the practitioner usually uses either micro needles, cannula or a mesogun to administer the treatment.