The structure of the skin is supported by the extracellular matrix or ECM for short, which gives the skin its unique elasticity and tensile strength. The ECM is a complex scaffold composed of proteins and fibers, mainly produced by fibroblasts.
The most abundant component is collagen a protein that ensures the structural integrity of the skin fibroblasts stretch out through the collagen network and the resulting mechanical tension regulates collagen synthesis during the aging process.
The collagen fibers deteriorate and fragmented collagen accumulates as a result. The mechanical tension decreases and fibroblast activities impaired, leading to decreased collagen production and an increase in collagen degrading enzymes.
This reduces skin integrity and promotes a cycle of structural loss.
The Dermal Filler is injected directly into the deep dermis where it shows an immediate filling effect and corrects the localized loss of volume.
In addition, the microspheres serve as a scaffold. This supportive scaffolding promotes fibroblast activity and helps to trigger collagen neo-Genesis over time. The newly produced collagen network strengthens the tissue connectivity in the dermis, and the gel carrier begins to degrade simultaneously penetrating macrophages.
Slowly dissolving the microspheres, the gel regenerates the fibroblast collagen network and additionally, stimulates elastin production. In this way, the skin regains structural support and elasticity with skin quality, improving it visibly significantly. Clearly the more you use the greater this effect and the higher the area appears pronounced.