If you are reading these lines, it means you are familiar with the concept of injectable beauty treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers. But there are other medical aesthetic treatments which are becoming more and more popular. These are biorevitalization, mesotherapy and skinboosting treatments. So, if you are looking to have your skin rejuvenated in a most natural way, you are at the right place! Beauty supply store Anna’s Cosmetics sells a wide variety of biorevtitalization injections, skinboosters and mesotherapy formulations that can also act as hair loss cure.


Just like the name suggests, biorevitalization is the revitalization of one’s skin. It is a safe, natural and effective procedure for rejuvenating dry, dull and sun-damaged skin which is done by injecting special hyaluronic acid formulations into the epidermis.

Benefits of Biorevitalization Injections

Through the process of biorevitalization, dry and damaged skin is rejuvenated thanks to the hydrating properties of hyaluronic acid.

Moreover, biorevitalization injections prevent premature skin aging, improve skin texture and fight wrinkles. But how?

Mechanism of Action, Areas Treated & Results

Hyaluronic acid based biorevitalization injections infuse the skin with pure non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid. In its turn, hyaluronic acid speeds up natural processes and stimulates production of new collagen and elastin which are essential for a smooth, bouncy, and youthful-looking skin.

Typically, biorevitalization is performed on the hands, face, neck, and décolletage. As a result, this treatment has an immediate visible effect making the skin look more youthful and rejuvenated, eliminating dry patches and smoothing out wrinkles. Unlike the other beauty treatments that may only temporarily make your skin look better, biorevitalization is an ongoing and long-lasting treatment.

Side Effects

The formulation that is prepared for biorevitalization treatment is injected into the skin with a fine needle. Once injected, you may notice swelling, redness, blemishes  and papules around the injection sites. However, within a few days, all kinds of marks vanish completely.

In most cases, biorevitalization procedure lasts for 30 to 60 minutes. However, a full course of treatment comprises of three to five sessions.


Mesotherapy is a procedure that is also done through injections. Vitamins, peptides, amino acids and other substances indicated for skin health are mixed with hyaluronic acid to create a solution which is then injected into the skin.

Mesotherapy is indicated for tightening and refreshing dull, sagging and wrinkled skin. It is also used to reduce cellulite and remove excess fat from thighs, hips, arms, legs, face and stomach.

Just like biorevitalization, mesotherapy formulations are injected with fine needles. They get administered into the mesodermal skin layer which is the middle layer of the skin. The procedure is perfectly safe with minimal side effects or risks.

Mesotherapy treatment takes 30 to 40 minutes. You may need several sessions to achieve the desired results. It can vary between 5 to 10 treatments depending on the severity of issues you are treating. The sessions should be separated by a break of 7 to 10 days in between. It takes 2 to 3 weeks to notice the result after the first session.

After mesotherapy treatment, you might feel swelling, itching, bruising, redness, or pain around injection sites. These side effects usually subside within a few days.


These are also hyaluronic acid formulations. But they are indicted for superficial injections and normally based on crosslinked hyaluronic acid.

The mechanism of action, injection technique and side effects are very similar to mesotherapy and biorevitalization injections. The difference is that you have to be careful with administering high amounts of crosslinked hyaluronic acid. Moreover, one-two sessions may be more than enough to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles.


Now that you have the basic knowledge of what biorevitalizers, mesotherapy solutions and skinboosters are, you might also want to refresh your knowledge about the main “player” in all three treatments – hyaluronic acid.

Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronan, is a natural skin component. It is a clear substance that is produced by your body naturally. It is produced in great amounts when you’re younger, however, as you grow older its production slows down. Hyaluronic acid helps keep skin hydrated while providing great moisture to your skin naturally.

As the production of own hyaluronic acid slows down with age, biorevitalization, mesotherapy and skinboosting treatments inject different formulations of hyaluronic acid into the skin to make it look younger, plump, and fresh.

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