INJECTIONS IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE

Injections are a key medical procedure in aesthetic medicine treatments.
Wrinkles, a sagging oval, loss of volume, dehydrated skin... the signs of ageing can be treated without cosmetic surgery.

Hyaluronic acid

Botox Geneva

Hyacorp

Mesotherapy

Carboxytherapy

Sculptra

Skinbooster

PRP Geneva

Injections in aesthetic medicine: a solution for every need

Aesthetic medicine offers a variety of injection treatments to meet various aesthetic and rejuvenation needs. These treatments can improve the appearance of the skin, restore lost volume, reduce wrinkles and much more.

To determine which treatment is best suited to your aesthetic goals, it is essential to consult an aesthetic doctor, dermatologist or plastic surgeon.  

The injections aesthetics can have side effects such as rashesand swellings or bruises transitional periods. It is therefore essential to respect the contraindications and follow the recommendations of the practitioner to minimise risks

 Here is an overview of the main injections available in aesthetic medicine, each with its own unique benefits.

Skinbooster

Skinboosters are hyaluronic acid injections specially formulated to deeply hydrate the skin and improve its quality. They are ideal for :

  • Moisturising the skin This technique provides deep, long-lasting hydration.
  • Improve skin texture This technique makes the skin smoother and more radiant.
  • Reduce fine lines This technique reduces the signs of ageing. The effects are visible after a few sessions and last for several months.
  • Improve the signs of skin ageing.
  • Firm the skin.

Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy involves micro-injections of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other revitalising substances directly into the dermis. It is used for :

  • Moisturise and revitalise the skin This technique improves the skin's texture and radiance.
  • Reducing cellulite aqueous This technique facilitates the drainage of water stored in the tissues (water retention).
  • Treating hair loss Mesotherapy: this technique stimulates the hair follicles. Mesotherapy sessions offer progressive results with a cumulative effect.

Carboxytherapy

Carboxytherapy involves injecting carbon dioxide (CO2) under the skin to improve blood circulation and stimulate collagen production. It is effective for :

  • Reduce dark circles This technique improves the appearance of dark circles under the eyes.
  • Reduce stretch marks This technique improves the texture of stretch marks.
  • Treating cellulite This technique reduces the appearance of cellulite. Results are visible after just a few sessions, with continuous improvement.

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma)

PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, is a treatment that uses the patient's own blood to promote cell regeneration. It is often used for :

  • Skin rejuvenation This technique improves the texture and firmness of the skin.
  • Treatment of hair loss This technique stimulates hair growth.
  • Wound healing This technique accelerates the healing of damaged tissue. Results appear gradually, with a noticeable improvement after several sessions.

Botox

Botox, or botulinum toxin, is used to treat expression lines by relaxing the muscles responsible for them. It is commonly used to :

  • Forehead wrinkles.
  • Wrinkles in the glabella.
  • Crow's feet.
  • Bruxism and reduction of the masseter muscle for refine the face.
  • Sweating.

Sculptra

Sculptra is a poly-L-lactic acid injection that stimulates collagen production. It is used for :

  • Restore facial volume This product fills the hollows in the face.
  • Improve skin elasticity The injection makes the skin firmer and more elastic. Results appear gradually over several months and can last up to two years.

Hyacorp

Hyacorp is a hyaluronic acid used for contouring and restoring body volumes. It is ideal for :

  • Body contouring Remodelling and adding volume to buttocks, calves and hips.

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a substance naturally present in the skin, responsible for its hydration and firmness. Hyaluronic acid injections are used to :

  • Plumping lips Give volume and definition to the lips.
  • Correct wrinkles and fine lines Fill in static wrinkles, such as nasolabial folds, bitterness lines, vertical wrinkles around the mouth...
  • Restore volumes Enhance cheekbones, fill in dark circles and define the oval of the face. All facial volumes can be treated. Results are immediate and can last from 6 to 12 months, depending on the area treated.
  • Treating sagging skin.
  • Reshaping the contours of the face.

The pain experienced during injections varies according to the treatment and individual sensitivity. Local anaesthetics or anaesthetic creams can be used to minimise discomfort. Patients generally describe the injections as being relatively painless.

The duration of the results depends on the type of injection:

  • Hyaluronic acid: 6 to 12 months.
  • Botox: 3 to 6 months.
  • Mesotherapy, PRP, skinbooster: several months, with cumulative effects after several sessions.
  • Sculptra: up to 2 years.
  • Hyacorp: one and a half years.

The side effects of aesthetic injections are generally minor and temporary. They may include redness, swelling, bruising and sensitivity at the injection site. These effects generally disappear within a few days.

Yes, it is possible to combine injections with other aesthetic treatments to optimise results. It is important to discuss your goals with your aesthetic health professional to develop a personalised treatment plan.