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Biostimulation in aesthetics describes the use of different technologies and treatments to stimulate the body's natural healing processes and promote rejuvenation of the skin and underlying tissues. Biostimulation procedures are mainly non-invasive or minimally invasive and can be used to treat a range of concerns, such as wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, and uneven skin texture or tone. Biostimulation stimulates the body's natural production of collagen and other important proteins that keep the skin looking healthy and youthful.

How is biostimulation achieved?

One popular method of biostimulation in aesthetics is through the use of energy-based devices (EBD), such as lasers, radiofrequency (RF), and ultrasound. These devices work by delivering targeted energy to the skin, which can stimulate collagen production, improve circulation, and increase cellular turnover. This can result in smoother, firmer, and more youthful-looking skin.

Another approach to biostimulation is through the use of injectable treatments, such as  Calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse), platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and growth factor serums. The growth factors and other biological molecules in the serum can help stimulate collagen production and tissue regeneration, leading to improved skin quality and a more youthful appearance.

How is Radiesse biostimulation performed?

The technique  will be selected  for your particular condition – the options are to use the Radiesse as superficial linear injection with a cannula or to use it as a “dilute “ or “hyperdilute” mixture.

Like any medical procedure, biostimulation with Radiesse should be performed by a trained and experienced medical practitioner. It is important to discuss your individual concerns and goals with your medical practitioner to determine if biostimulation with Radiesse is right for you.

Overall, biostimulation techniques offer a safe and effective way to address cosmetic concerns and promote overall skin health, without the need for surgery or extensive downtime.

How much does this treatment cost?

The fee for this treatment is a guide; fees will be individually calculated for you after your consultation.

Guide Price:  From £800