Medical antiaging treatments

antiaging medical solutions

ANTIAGING SOLUTIONS AND TREATMENTS FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

Medical antiaging treatments

Aging, either intrinsic or extrinsic, starts in the cells, it is a change in the biological, biochemical and molecular mechanisms that over time involves a loss of functionality, the cells stops fulfilling its activity effectively, causing some changes that are translated into skin, fat, muscular and bone changes.

The main clinical signs seen are: A reduction in the synthesis of the main structural elements, such as HA, collagen and elastin, and a reduction in the cell tissue repair and renewal capacity. Both processes cause a loss of skin turgor, such as the appearance of expression lines and wrinkles. A change in fat distribution that results in ptosis and the loss of the so-called “triangle of youth”.

Mesoestetic® medical antiaging solutions combat the visible signs of aging, acting on the main biological cellular processes, as well as on the redistribution of volumes altered during this process.

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  1. Specific treatment for imperfections in the periorbital area: wrinkles in the eyelids (upper and lower) and outer sides (crow’s feet), hyperpigmentations, flaccidity, loss of tissue density, under-eye circles, loss of brightness.

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  2. Intra-dermal administration treatment to reduce gravitational wrinkles, enhances density and firmness.

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  3. Dermal filler of cross-linked hyaluronic acid at a concentration of 20 mg/ml.

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  4. Dermal filler of cross-linked hyaluronic acid at a concentration of 15 mg/ml.

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  5. Professional treatment for immediate-action skin rejuvenation.

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  6. Treatment of rehydration and dermal rejuvenation of intradermal administration.

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  7. Treatment of intensive biorevitalization of intradermal administration.

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  8. Intradermal treatment to firm tissues and counteract sagging effectively.

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  9. Treatment of intradermal administration of illuminating effect.

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  10. Intra-dermal administration treatment of artichoke extract in a hyaluronic acid base.

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  11. Intra-dermal administration treatment. Lipolytic, favours fat metabolism.

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  12. Intra-dermal administration treatment to improve the appearance of orange peel and flaccidity of tissues.

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  13. Treatment of intradermal administration to improve the appearance of the skin giving back its silky touch and its elasticity.

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  14. Treatment of intradermal administration that favors the cutaneous repair by promoting the synthesis of collagen and redensifying the tissues.

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  15. Intra-dermal administration treatment to reduce dynamic expression lines and photoinduced damage.

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  16. Self-neutralizing, medium-deep combined peel. Indicated for severe aging (deep wrinkles, lack of skin density, dyschromias and hyperpigmentations) and deep acne scars.

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  17. Medium combined peel indicated for moderate to severe aging (advanced photoaging, deep wrinkles, irregular tone, skin flaccidity), epidermal hyperpigmentation, and medium and deep acne scars.

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  18. Very superficial peeling of 20% glycolic acid. Indicated for use as a pre-peel, for grade I skin aging, to even out skin tone and to reduce expression lines and superficial wrinkles.  

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  19. Peeling superficial de ácido glicólico al 35%. improves exfoliation of superficial layers of the stratum corneum and stimulates cell regeneration.

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  20. Superficial 50% glycolic acid peel. Indicated for moderate skin aging, moderate dyschromia and superficial acne scars.

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  21. Medium 70% glycolic acid peel. Indicated for moderate to severe aging with advanced aging, hyperpigmentations and medium-depth acne scars.  

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  22. Very superficial peeling of 30% lactic acid. Indicated for dull skin, expression lines and superficial wrinkles, suitable for the periocular area and to improve the appearance of stretchmarks.

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  23. Superficial peeling of lactic acid 40%. Stimulates production of new collagen and glycosaminoglycans. Indicated for sensitive skin and décolleté areas, for its high tolerance by the skin.

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  24. Superficial peeling of lactic acid 50%. Stimulates production of new collagen and glycosaminoglycans. Indicated for sensitive skin and décolleté areas, for its high tolerance by the skin.

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  25. Mandelic acid 30% peel that gently and gradually penetrates the skin. It stimulates collagen and proteoglycan synthesis, encouraging skin rejuvenation and allowing gentler, more gradual exfoliation. Indicated for oily and seborrheic skin and/or individuals with dyschromia.

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  26. Mandelic acid 50% peel that gently and gradually penetrates the skin. It stimulates collagen and proteoglycan synthesis, encouraging skin rejuvenation and allowing gentler, more gradual exfoliation. 

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  27. Self-neutralizing trichloroacetic acid (TCA) 35% peel that gradually penetrates the skin to treat moderate to severe skin aging, pigmented lesions, and medium-depth acne scars.

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  28. Self-neutralizing, depigmenting, combined peel for focal use. Indicated for dark spots, lentigines and hyperpigmentation.

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  29. Broad-spectrum peel for treating dark spots, uneven skin tone and aging.

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  30. Dermal filler of cross-linked hyaluronic acid at a concentration of 25 mg/ml.

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  31. Mandelic acid 40% peel that gently and gradually penetrates the skin. It stimulates collagen and proteoglycan synthesis, encouraging skin rejuvenation and allowing gentler, more gradual exfoliation. 

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  32. Self-neutralizing trichloroacetic acid (TCA) 15% peel to treat aging, pigmented lesions, comedonal acne and superficial acne scars.

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