We discuss the myths around hyaluronic acid for skin

Common myths about hyaluronic acid? As non-surgical treatments become more popular than ever, many patients are excited to see how injectables can rejuvenate their face.

Unfortunately, like with any growing trend, misinformation can begin to spread. We always want our patients to be as informed as possible when choosing procedures. To keep readers up-to-date, this blog post will bust a few common myths surrounding dermal fillers.

Hyaluronic Acid can cause inflammation

This myth is due to a misunderstanding. The majority of the skin’s hyaluronic acid is concentrated in the skin (the lower layer of the skin), with less in the epidermis and even less in the stratum corneum (the skin barrier).

Hyaluronic acid becomes more abundant only in the area where there is a wound. For example, if you cut your skin, hyaluronic acid triggers an inflammatory reaction in which the immune cells repair the wound. This inflammation is the body’s natural reaction. In fact, hyaluronic acid is anti-inflammatory, saving your skin from prolonged inflammation.

Hyaluronic Acid last forever

Fillers are made of synthetic ingredients such as hyaluronic acid that naturally occur in the body. Even though they produce excellent results for patients seeking to minimize wrinkles and restore facial volume, they gradually dissipate. The latest generation of fillers lasts longer than ever. Different fillers are used for various reasons and have different lifespans.

How long do Dermal Fillers last?

While it varies from brand to brand, dermal fillers can typically last anywhere from 6 months to 2 years.

Fillers and Antiwrinkles Injection are the same thing

A common myths about Hyaluronic Acid. While both fillers and Antiwrinkles Injection are injectable treatments that reverse signs of aging, they aren’t exactly the same. The main difference lies in their active ingredients. Fillers use materials that add volume and stimulate skin cells. Antiwrinkles Injection, on the other hand, is a neuromodulator that relaxes facial muscles so that they don’t flex and form wrinkles.

By knowing the truth about dermal fillers and what to expect from your results, you’ll be able to make a well-informed decision about your best options.

Got some interest in the hyaluronic acid injections in Cork? At Dr. Juan Corado’s Aesthetic Clinic, we provide the most advanced treatments of the market. Get your first free visit and an improved version of your personal image.