Hyaluronic acid is an anionic, nonsulfated glycosaminoglycan distributed widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues. One 70 kg person has roughly 15 grams of hyaluronic acid in the body, one-third of which is turned over every day.


Hyaluronic acid injections are mainly used to remove wrinkles and do the filling, such as filling in fine lines, striae, tear troughs, and corners of the mouth, add fullness to the lips, shape the contours of the nose, jaw, and other features, and are even used in the cosmetic treatment of the hands. In addition, hyaluronic acid injections can also be used to sculpt facial lines for a more youthful and three-dimensional appearance.

Hyaluronic acid injection process

1. Preoperative preparation

Before injecting Hyaluronic acid, the doctor will evaluate the patient’s skin, and understand the patient’s needs and exceptions. Then doctor will make a personalized injection plan.

Remember not to have any medications that may increase the risk of bleeding.

2. Injection process

Generally speaking, the hyaluronic acid injection process does not require local anesthesia, the doctor will disinfect the injection site, and then inject the hyaluronic acid solution into the subcutaneous tissues through a micro cannula. The whole process is very fast, and the injection site will be properly massaged, only to ensure that the hyaluronic acid is evenly distributed.

3. Post-operative care

After hyaluronic acid injection, patients may experience a little redness, swelling etc which is very normal. Usually, these symptoms will be relieved within a few days. Post-operative care is also very important, we need to do sun protection, moisturizing and so on, to avoid external stimulation of the injection site.

Effects and Risks of Hyaluronic Acid Injections

1. Effects

The effect of hyaluronic acid injection usually appears immediately after the injection, and patients can see obvious changes in facial skin, such as lighter lines, fuller lips and so on. Moreover, as hyaluronic acid has better support effectiveness, the injection effect usually lasts about 6 months to 12 months., and the effect is more stable.

2. Risks

Although hyaluronic acid injection is considered a relatively safe medical aesthetic program, there are still some risks. For example, improper injection may lead to infection, allergy and other problems; or due to individual person differences, adverse reactions, such as redness, swelling, pain and so on, may occur after injection. Therefore, when choosing an injection doctor and organization, it is important to choose a formal and experienced medical institution to ensure the safety of the procedure.

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