Collagen is a protein made up of amino acids and is the main responsible for the tone and firmness of the skin. Unfortunately, as we age, our organism gradually decreases the levels of this protein in the organism (about 1% every year). The most evident demonstration of this decline is manifested precisely on the face: less firmness of the skin, loss of tone, the appearance of wrinkles and spots.
It is therefore evident that a medical-aesthetic treatment aimed at a non-surgical face lift with visible results over time cannot be separated from an intervention aimed at stimulating the cells responsible for the production of collagen.
With the dedicated treatments and, in particular, with the non-surgical lifting, the tissues are stimulated to its production and to the regeneration of elastic fibres.