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How CoolSculpting uses the science behind Cryolipolysis?

Patented Cooling Process - CoolSculpting

Cryolipolysis is a patented technology which is exclusively licensed by the ZELTIQ from  Massachusetts General Hospital.

A Simple Observation Led to Industry-Changing Technology

This technology has been developed by none other than the renowned scientists Dr. Dieter Manstein, MD, PhD and Dr. R. Rox Anderson, MD. This famous cooling process known as CoolSculpting start coming into existence when there was an observation that some children get dimples due to eating popsicles. This brings an idea to both scientist that cold can selectively affect some fat cells was the biggest insight for them. On this theory the whole science of CoolSculpting lays and is known as Cryolipolysis. Dr. Almondo Torris will put more light on the Cryolipolysis procedure. popular for doing Cryolipolysis in Munich. He works in a popular clinic in Munich. You can visit his clinic's site :  Behandlung mit Kryolipolyse In M√ľnchen

How to eliminate wrinkles with home and surgical treatments?

You may see many people who have aging signs and other skin related problems these days. This is due to the growing amount of stress that people have in today’s tough life. Due to depression their brain starts using more energy and due to some changes in the acids, their skin starts becoming dull and starts looking tired.

We are going to share some home made and surgical treatments that can help you to eliminate wrinkles and have a more glowing skin with improved radiances, have a look:

Use of Botox and Fillers

Use of Botox and injectable fillers is very common nowadays. You will see many clinics offering surgical treatments to cure your skin and make you get rid of wrinkles. These services are very effective and provide very long-lasting effects to the patient. However, side-effects are a big thing of concern.

A surgeon injects a filler into the patient skin which contains Hyaluronic acid that fulfills the lost HA in the patient’s skin. Hyaluronic acid is a natural resource that is already present in the human body.

Some major procedures for injecting HA with different fillers are Facelift, Thread lifting and Contour thread lift and other PDO thread lift procedures that are very common in cosmetic industry these days.

Restylane: Beauty Product That Help You Look Younger

Restylane is a range of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers made by Q-Med. It is the first injectable filler made with stabilized hyaluronic acid and was also the first hyaluronic acid dermal filler to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration in the United States in 2012. Since then, Restylane products have been used over 28 million times across the world. 

Restylane products are made using the NASHA technology which help create an exclusive particle size for each Restylane product. This means that each Restylane product is specifically made for different areas of the face and for different types of skin problems. Small particles are made for slight wrinkles and shaping, medium-sized particles are used for moderate wrinkles and folds, meanwhile large-sized particles are used for significant wrinkles and contouring. These different particle sizes give natural-looking results.  

Juvederm Voluma Injectable Gel usage details

Juvederm is a brand of injectable hyaluronic acid dermal fillers used to get rid of wrinkles and nasolabial folds. Juvederm Voluma injectable gel serves as a cheek fille made for adults over the age of 21. Juverderm Voluma injectable gel is smooth, colorless and made of hyaluronic acid (HA) and a small quantity of lidocaine which is a local anesthetic.

 HA is a naturally occurring sugar in the human body and its role is to deliver nutrients to the skin which keeps it hydrated and nourished. Meanwhile, lidocaine helps the person getting injected be more comfortable with getting injected.

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Complete guide about blunt cannulas and flexible cannulas

A cannula is a small tube that is used in medicine to either give fluids to a patient or extract blood. A cannula surrounds the inner and outer surfaces of a trocar needle and can thus extend the length of the needle by at least half its original size.

A blunt cannula, which can also be called a micro-cannula, is a specific type of cannula which consists of a tiny tube with a blunt edge. A blunt cannula also has a small pore or extrusion port at its end which is used for sub-dermal injections. Blunt cannulas are usually used in aesthetic medicine. They can be used to inject cosmetic wrinkle fillers like collagen, hyaluronic acid, poly-L-lactic acid, CaHA and etc. and can even be used for liposuction.

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