What is Hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is an anionic, nonsulfated glycosaminoglycan distributed widely throughout connective, epithelial and neural tissues. It is unique among glycosaminoglycans in that it is nonsulfated forms present in millions particles weight at the plasma membrane.

Hyaluronic acid is found in many tissues of the body, such as epidermis, derma and cartilage. It is an important component of articular cartilage as it responsible for its resilience (resistance to compression) where it is present as a coat around each cell. It is also a major component of epidermis and derma, where it is involved in tissue protection, resistance and repair. When the skin is exposed to excessive UVB rays, smoke, pollution and in the natural ageing process, the cells in the skin stops producing as much hyaluronan and, specially with the ageing, it increase the rate of its degradation.

Moreover, hyaluronic acid has been used in the medical field in other to attempts to treat osteoarthritis of the knee via injecting it into the joint. It was also approved for use in eye surgery (such as corneal transplantation, cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery, and surgery to repair retinal detachment).

Therefore, we can assume that hyaluronic acid is well suited to biomedical applications on the cartilage, derma and epidermis with optimal results, biocompatible material, fast and comfortable procedure, save and non permanent effect.

 

Cross-Linking

The linear hyaluronic acid has a relatively short life after injection into the body. Special manufacturing techniques have been developed to extend the length of the hyaluronic acid chain and stabilise the molecule for longer results after the medical applications.

So, it was created a chemical procedure that introduced a protein into the solution creating the well known cross-linking hyaluronic acid.

The degradation of the hyaluronic acid became much slower and the results obtained once injected was definitely longer comparing with the linear type.

 

Aesthetical Treatment

New life to the skin!
The cross-linked hyaluronic acid combines with thousand of water molecules expanding, where it is injected, the skin depressions, wrinkles and scars. At the same time, it hydrates the cells around the application and gives a shine and healthy appearance for the patient.
My Filler counts with the cross linking technology, which grants a superior performance of the hyaluronic acid after its injection: longevity and moisture retention.

Another important characteristic of My Filler is the product fluidity. Different from several companies, which the product injection is hard due to the high viscosity, the injection of My Filler is smooth and comfortable.

The blue/transparent personalized syringe with unique piston shape, gives a great grip, security and easy handling for the operator and, in consequence, a comfortable procedure for the patient.

It is also very important to mention the great plastic feature of My Filler when it is on-site as it can be mouldable by the doctors with the standard post procedure massage as it takes the desired shape and remains at the site.

Formulation

Specially created and developed in Italy in one of the most modern laboratory and research center by a highly qualified team, My Filler uses a very save and secure cross-linking protocol where residuals of impurities are practically absent. All the production stages are made in a sterile environment (sterile chamber) which guarantees a pure final product.

My Filler composition counts with a specially selected HA molecular weight particles in different viscosities solution and different hyaluronic acid concentrations. A complex formulation like that covers all possible and desired aesthetic clinical facial treatment.

The results of My Filler are amazing!!!!

  • Long lasting at the injected site
  • Great hydrophilic capacity
  • Mouldability at surgical site
  • Stability post-operation

My Med Kft
Vendel utca, 11

1096 Budapest
Hungary
Tel.: +36 1 613 0045
Info@my-med.eu

 

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