Almost any person can benefit from Hyaluronic Acid Filling Products. These products can be used in various face areas to create personalized, natural-looking results.

Products with AH-hyaluronic acid are designed to:
– correct wrinkles, creases and scars;
– give sensuality and volume to your lips;
– carve and shape the outline of the face;
– hydrate, smoothen and rejuvenate the skin;
– improve the tone and elasticity of the skin.


  1. How does the treatment work?

Injectable treatments with hyaluronic acid do not require surgery, thus ensuring a minimum recovery time and immediate, natural looking results. Depending on your skin and your wishes, the physician will select the most appropriate product to meet your needs and expectations. Because of the similarity of AH with substances naturally present in the human body, no prior allergic tests are required.

  1. Is the treatment painful?

Injections are administered with very fine needles and are practically painless. Depending on the treated area and your sensitivity, an anesthetic cream may be applied or local anesthesia may be performed prior to the procedure.

  1. What are the possible side effects?

Due to the high safety and high tolerance profile of the products, you will generally be able to resume daily activities immediately after esthetic treatment. However, you may experience discomfort after treatment, such as: temporary tenderness, redness, swelling or bruising of the injected area. These symptoms generally have a reduced or moderate intensity and disappear by themselves in a couple of days. You can apply an ice compress for a short period at the injection site to soothe the area.

  1. How long will the results last?

The results of aesthetic treatment with AH products are SUSTAINABLE, BUT NOT PERMANENT. Depending on the used product, the injection area and the individual skin preferences, the results may last from a few months to a year.

  1. What is it recommended before and after treatment?

To reduce the risk of bruising and bleeding at the injection site, avoid anticoagulant and anti-inflammatory drugs in the week before treatment. After the injection, you must not apply makeup for 12 hours, and you need to avoid sunbathing and high temperatures for a week.

  1. Are there contraindications?

It is not indicated to use hyaluronic acid on:
– patients who have a tendency of hypertrophic scarring
– patients with a history of autoimmune diseases or undergoing immunotherapy
– patients known to have hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid
– patients under 18 years of age;
– pregnant or breastfeeding women
– areas that present infectious or inflammatory skin processes