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As a definition, hyaluronic acid is a type of glycosaminoglycan polysaccharide. In other words, it is a type of sugar and the first thing we should know is that it is naturally found in our body, especially in the skin. And it acts to ensure its stability and constantly keep it protected and renewed.

Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in our body, especially in the skin. It is also present in other organisms or tissues in our body, such as, for example, heart valves, lungs, aorta, skeletal tissue, prostate, umbilical cord, synovial fluid or vitreous humor.

In cells, hyaluronic acid is produced through the action of enzymes called hyaluronic acid synthases, which are found in the inner part of the cell membrane.


Its properties are spectacular, as it has an impressive ability to retain moisture: one molecule can hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water! Another interesting fact to verify its spectacular power: one gram of hyaluronic acid can contain up to six liters of water.

It seems like magic, yes. And that's why it helps keep our skin hydrated. That's why serums and cosmetic creams contain hyaluronic acid. In addition, as it is naturally present in the body, it is very well tolerated by the skin.


A well-hydrated skin is firmer and has a more luminous shine. On the other hand, dehydrated skin appears more opaque, lacks shine and appears looser. On the other hand, hyaluronic acid acts like a sponge, capable of retaining large amounts of water in the skin, and thus provides volume, in addition to reducing wrinkles and disguising expression lines and revitalizing the external superficial layers of the skin.

Hyaluronic acid acts like a sponge, capable of retaining large amounts of water in the skin, provides volume, in addition to reducing wrinkles and disguising expression lines.

At the same time, hyaluronic acid provides a healthy appearance to the skin, so its main benefits can be summarized here:

  • Maintains the correct structure of the skin.

  • Retains water in the epidermis, as it hydrates naturally.

  • Facilitates cell repair.

  • fills in wrinkles

Cosmetología de inyección


The procedure is performed with topical or local anesthesia. Through an injection with a needle or cannula depending on the case, the hyaluronic acid is introduced into the selected area, depositing it in the area where hydration or volume is desired.

The results are observed immediately, however, due to the hyaluronic acid's water absorption capacity, the most striking results will be seen from the second week.

In the specific case of the lips, they may swell for a couple of days, and anti-inflammatory drugs will be prescribed.

Additionally, a new appointment will be necessary after 3 or 4 weeks to check if the desired appearance is achieved or if touch-up of the area is required.

Hyaluronic acid is reabsorbable, and its absorption time ranges from 8 to 18 months, after which new application can be made.

Which patients are candidates?

The appropriate candidates for hyaluronic acid filler treatment are:

  • Patients with dehydrated and dull skin.

  • Patients with facial volume loss in the temporal area, cheeks, chin, nasolabial folds, and/or jaw angle.

  • Lip hydration, definition, and volume increase.

  • Nasolacrimal groove management and dark circle treatment.

  • Filling of superficial and deep wrinkles.


  • Temporary Zone Fill

  • Increased volume in cheekbones

  • Chin volume increase

  • Lip augmentation and design

  • Rhinomodeling

  • Marking with increased volume of mandibular angles

  • Nasolabial fold filling

  • Nasolacrimal groove filler

  • Dark circle treatment

  • Deep wrinkle filling

  • Hydration

  • Correction of congenital facial asymmetries

  • Correction and improvement of scars

  • Acne scar management


In most cases, all that is required of a patient for them to undergo treatment with is that they are not happy with the appearance of their wrinkles and facial folds or with the firmness of their lips. However, it may not be a good option if a patient is pregnant or breastfeeding.


It is appropriate for any area of the face, including the folds and lines around the mouth, nose, and forehead. The procedure can be used to enhance facial contouring as well as to improve the appearance of scars, such as those caused by acne. It can also be used to improve the size and shape of the lips. All of these areas will show marked improvement in appearance after treatment with the filler.

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