Time passes constantly, negatively affecting the condition of our skin. Already after the age of 25, a gradual and unavoidable process of weakening and disappearance of collagen fibers begins. The skin becomes less elastic, thin and flaccid, wrinkles begin to appear.
Contemporary aesthetic medicine offers a number of treatments to meet the expectations of contemporary men and women. Minimally invasive treatments that bring spectacular results in the form of restoring brilliance, freshness and skin elasticity are the most sought-after procedures.
Collagen bioregeneration of the skin
Collagen is the most important supporting fiber of the skin, affecting the smoothness, tension and adequate level of skin hydration. Comparable to scaffolding. In people at a young age collagen fibers are strong and this support is permanent, over time it begins to weaken and becomes unstable. With age, he starts to lose it. Delicate, lacking in firmness and elasticity, the skin easily undergoes the "force of gravity", as a result of which the eyelids start to fall, the oval of the face distorts, "chokes" and "saggy" chin appear. Countering these inevitable processes is supplementing collagen deficiencies and eliminating its losses.
AteloKolagen LINERASE is a new generation anti-aging therapy for the regeneration and rejuvenation of the skin. Awarded with the Pearl of Aesthetic Dermatology prize therapy ateloKoloagenem type I for skin injection, dedicated to the most delicate areas of the face and body. She was awarded by the Association of Aesthetic Dermatologists. LINERASE allows reconstruction of the dermis and collagen structures found in it. High bioactivity effectively stimulates the production of new collagen fibers, as a result of which the skin condition is significantly improved. It has a younger appearance, is much more flexible and resilient.
Where is collagen?
In the cornea of the eye there is a crystalline form of collagen. It is also found in internal organs such as the heart, kidneys, lungs and liver. In the human body it accounts for about 30% of all proteins. Responsible for cell adhesion and regeneration, elasticity and firmness of the skin. It is considered to be an ideal biomaterial for reconstruction and reconstruction of tissues. The dermis is 70-85% collagen (Type I-80%, Type III-20%), 2% elastin and 0.03-0.09% hyaluronic acid.