What is Youth Vaccine?
Youth vaccine is an antiaging procedure aimed at removing all kinds of deformations caused by aging from the skin. Youth vaccine, which is a non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedure, is also known as the H100 and IAL system. The skin is rejuvenated with the penetration of pure hyaluronic acid into the skin.
The youth vaccine, which provides tightening and rejuvenation without the need for any surgical procedure, takes its effect from the hyaluronic acid in its content. Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is available in human body congenitally. Hyaluronic acid is found in large amounts in our body during infancy, and its amount decreases as we age. For this reason, our skin, which is smooth and silky during infancy, sags and wrinkles as we age. The youth vaccine performed in the middle ages when the body slows down the production of hyaluronic acid helps the skin to be moisturized again, and to have a bright and vivid appearance.
Why Is Hyaluronic Acid So Important?
Hyaluronic acid is one of the most important building blocks of our body. Hyaluronic is found in the skin, internal organs, joints and veins. Hyaluronic acid gives the skin moisture, shine, vitality and tightness, and when the amount of hyaluronic acid decreases, signs of aging begin to appear on the skin. Medical aesthetic procedures such as youth vaccination and filling slow down this process. Unlike the filler application, the H100 youth vaccine contains pure hyaluronic acid. Pure hyaluronic acid keeps the skin vivid and bright thanks to its water retention feature.
How is Youth Vaccine Applied?
Youth vaccine is injected into the skin with the help of injector. Before the procedure, the skin is anesthetized with the help of local anesthetic cream. After the youth vaccine is administered by a specialist physician, side effects such as mild redness, bruising and swelling are rarely seen. However, even if such side effects occur, they disappear spontaneously within a maximum 2-3 days. Youth vaccine shows its effect immediately after the first session. You can expect to see the effect of the procedure, especially in the first 5 days. H100 youth vaccine is recommended to be applied in 2-3 sessions for younger skin, and in up to 5 sessions for mature skin. An interval of at least 15 days should be left between each session. Youth vaccination, which is repeated 2 or more times a year, is long-lasting.
Who can have Youth Vaccine?
Although the youth vaccine can be applied to all individuals over 20 years of age, it is mostly preferred by the 35-55 age group. The youth vaccine, which does not have any side effects, is not recommended for pregnant women and individuals who are allergic to metal. It is very important to consume plenty of water and to use sunscreen before going outside after the procedure. Smoking and alcohol consumption should be reduced for a few weeks after the youth vaccine; and if possible, they should be completely stopped.