Nowadays more and more dentists are involved in facial aesthetics in order to improve the aging of the peri oral area as long as the aged dentition. Hyaluronic acid is a safe filler when used in caution from trained practitioners. Due to the high demand of this knowledge the course was sold out and we are announcing our next webinar in November 28-29th 2020. We will be more than happy to see you at our upcoming webinars. Stay safe !!!
We are happy and honored to have completed the 2-Day hands-on webinar course on “HYALURONIC ACID-CLEOPATRA TECHNIQUE TM“ with participants from all over the world ?. Hyaluronic acid is a simple, safe with minimum allergic reactions technique to rejuvenate your face . You can also mix it up with the protocol of CLEOPATRA TECHNIQUE TM . The course was taught by the inventor of Cleopatra technique Tm in a very simple and educational way in order to help the participants to start practicing facial aesthetics from the next day at their clinic. At the training session, through ZOOM, all techniques were presented as well as demonstrated on models. The participants had the opportunity to practice the techniques from the safety of their home due to COVID19 restrictions for traveling. Stay safe and keep learning
The skin is the largest organ, responsible for covering your entire body. It is body’s first line of defense, responsible for sweating to keep body cool and it grows enough cells to renew itself every month.
It’s vital to the health of our skin and body to keep it nourished and to make sure it has all the tools it needs to fight any damage caused by dryness, skin conditions, or environmental damage. Dry skin affects males and females equally and is a very common issue in older individuals, as they are prone to having dry skin. As we age, our skin tends to produce diminished amounts of natural skin oils and lubricants. The amount of water vapor in the surrounding air, also known as humidity, is another cause of dry skin.
Some interesting facts about water and our health:
Staying well-hydrated can offer a number of benefits for the body, both inside and out.
The feeling of hunger might just be a result of thirst. The cells tend to send “fat signals” to the brain when your body isn’t properly hydrated, so regularly sipping from that glass of water on the table next to you keeps you feeling satiated.
Not only does staying hydrated help balance your mood by aiding in body regulation and brain function, but it also offers some big-time benefits for your memory. Proper hydration can help improve the flow of both blood and oxygen to your brain, ultimately helping strengthen cognitive function and memory.
A well-hydrated body is a well-energized body. Combine that with the fact that hydration can also contribute to better sleep, and you may be able to kiss the need for that regular cup of joe each morning goodbye.
You already know the importance of keeping the blood pressure and cholesterol levels low for better heart health. Staying well-hydrated can help keep both of these. Not only does it help keep the blood flowing through your veins and arteries, but it also helps prevent your body from producing more cholesterol.
Much of the padding within our cartilage is made up of water. Proper hydration can also help keep our muscles lubricated, strong, and energized, which is why it’s so important to replenish those fluids we lose during exercise.
Our organs need water to maintain their peak levels of functioning. When our bodies become dehydrated, our organs are left working harder—the result can be a fast-track to aging.
Just like any other part of your body, your skin is an organ that requires adequate hydration to perform at its best. Keeping your skin properly hydrated can help:
Staying well-hydrated can help maintain your skin’s elasticity and combat the appearance of those dreaded wrinkles.
Lack of hydration can make your skin look dry, flaky and tight. Not only does keeping your skin moisturized help it appear more plump and supple, but it also helps address surface dullness by combating the buildup of dead skin cells.
When the skin is properly hydrated, it has a radiant-looking glow. The dehydrated skin can’t rid itself of toxins without adequate hydration, resulting in irritation and inflammation.
While it may seem counterintuitive at first, dehydrated skin sends signals to the glands to produce more oil as a defense mechanism of sorts. By keeping the skin well-hydrated, it becomes less oily and acne tends to be less aggravated.
Your beauty comes from the inside and that’s true in more than one way. The water that keeps your skin cells hydrated has to come from somewhere!
It’s no secret that dry air dries out your skin extra fast. Ward off the consequences of dry air by infusing moisture into the air with a humidifier. Simply turn your humidifier on in your bedroom to prevent moisture loss while you sleep.
3) ALWAYS APPLY MOISTURIZER
Don’t go without moisturizer! If you cheat your skin of that hydration-trapping barrier, it will be on its way to dehydration. Apply a high-quality moisturizer after every time you cleanse your face. Even if your skin is naturally oily, you still need a moisturizing product! Oily skin doesn’t necessarily equal moisturized skin.
Cleansing your face is a must for glowing skin, but if you cleanse too frequently, you might wash away the oil and the protection your skin needs to stay moisturized. Also, go for cool water instead of hot. Hot water is more drying and can turn your face-washing routine into a face-drying routine.
Skin rejuvenation and hydration can be combined with microneedling treatment and several materials such as Hyaluronic acid, vitamins and your own blood – CLEOPATRA TECHNIQUE TM.
“Cleopatra Technique”, developed by professor Cleopatra Nacopoulos, is a natural and completely safe method to rejuvenate and augment the skin, guaranteeing long-lasting results for up to two years after the treatment.
Microneedling is a method that dermatologists, aesthetic doctors and dentists use to treat different conditions and rejuvenate the skin. The technique involves using multiple tiny, sterile needles to puncture the skin and cause physical trauma. This trauma prompts the derma, a deeper layer of skin, to rebuild. It is generally a safe and effective procedure that can improve the appearance of the skin. It may reduce wrinkles, diminish scarring, and tighten or rejuvenate loose or aging skin.
Microneedling may help address many skin-related complaints, including:
In addition, professionals can use microneedling to deposit medication, such as topical tretinoin or vitamin C, deeper into the skin. This can boost the treatment of a variety of issues, including acne scarring.
The needles just barely break the skin, causing an “injury.” While that injury doesn’t actually damage the skin, it’s enough to start the healing process and the collagen production by the fibroblast.
Collagen is an essential protein that helps keep the skin looking youthful, with a firm, smooth and stretchy texture. After the age of 20, collagen production is 1% less each year. Without enough collagen, the skin begins to lose shape and wrinkles and sags start to appear. Skin collagen can be lost due to injuries, such as acne scarring, stretch marks, or other scars.
With microneedling treatment over time, wrinkles become less noticeable, scars and stretch marks slowly fade away, and the skin looks brighter and tighter.
It is important to realize that microneedling is not a quick fix, as it involves the growth of new skin. It can take several months for a person to see the full results of the procedure.
Microneedling is a relatively quick treatment. Cleaning the face and applying anesthesia (topical or local anesthesia) usually lasts 15 to 45 minutes, and then the procedure itself only takes 20 to 30 minutes.
During the treatment, some people have pinpoint bleeding, but that’s normal and nothing to be concerned about. Don’t expect to see a miracle in the mirror the morning after the treatment. After all, collagen doesn’t grow overnight.
In fact, new collagen will be laid down for three to six months after your treatment. So sit back and relax — you’ll have to wait for that new collagen production in order to see the effects of microneedling.
The medical community generally considers microneedling to be safe and effective, but there are still some risks. After treatment, there might be skin irritation (redness or slightly swollen face).
A few other side effects could include:
Bleeding is an uncommon reaction to microneedling, though it may be more likely to occur after a deeper treatment. Patients with bleeding disorders may be more at risk because of the blood-thinning medications.
There is also a risk of more serious side effects, such as:
Finally, some people are not candidates for microneedling treatment, including those with:
Microneedling treatment can be combined with several materials such as Hyaluronic acid, vitamins and with your own blood – CLEOPATRA TECHNIQUE TM.
The “Cleopatra Technique”, developed by professor Cleopatra Nacopoulos, is a natural and completely safe method to rejuvenate and augment the skin, guaranteeing long-lasting results for up to two years after the treatment.