Skinbooster is an aesthetic medical treatment that uses the hydrophilic properties of hyaluronic acid to deeply hydrate the skin. However, in skinbooster treatment, hyaluronic acid does not create volume, but deeply and lastingly moisturize, plump and nourish the skin to counteract the effects of skin aging.
The term "Skinbooster" was originally proposed by Galderma Laboratories within the scope of its "Restylane", which is a reference for hyaluronic acid. But now it is a general term that describes the use of hyaluronic acid for facial aesthetic treatments.
Speaking of hyaluronic acid, we have to introduce what is hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a substance naturally present in the tissues of the human body. Among the many biological functions of hyaluronic acid, hyaluronic acid plays an important role in tissue hydration, joint lubrication, immune response and tissue repair. Humans produce and destroy about 5 grams of hyaluronic acid for tissue renewal every day. As people get older, their body's production of hyaluronic acid slows down, their skin's moisture decreases, and the skin loses its elasticity and firmness.
So what is the difference between Hyaluronic Acid and Skinbooster? Actually, hyaluronic acid is the most important compound of skinboosters, but skinboosters are distinct treatments of "classic" injections of hyaluronic acid. Indeed, these two types of treatment do not respond to the same indications. It should be known that there are several types of hyaluronic acid depending on their density. This is called hyaluronic acid more or less crosslinked. In certain types of hyaluronic acid injection, a highly cross-linked solution is used to obtain a maximum "volumizing" effect. This is particularly the case of injections to plump the lips or accentuate certain volumes of the face (such as cheekbones). When treating wrinkles related to the face, forehead, neck or shoulders, hyaluronic acid with less cross-linking provides a better effect in filling wrinkles. The hyaluronic acid contained in skinbooster is moderately cross-linked, which means it is composed of fine particles. In other words, unlike the hyaluronic acid used for filling injections, the hyaluronic acid contained in skinbooster does not change the volume but focuses on moisturizing, repulping and nourishing deep and lasting skin through the call of water created by its hydrophilic character.
There are different types of skinboosters, and each product has its own characteristics in terms of indications, treatment options and durability of results. As a professional manufacturer of aesthetic products, Tiera can provide you with different types of skinboosters for different therapeutic purposes. Your consultation and purchase are welcome.