The treatment uses a tiny needle and requires a highly skilled facial plastic surgeon with a good eye to perform the procedure. As such fine needles are used, bruising is minimised, as is the stress on nerve endings.
The amount of fat put in each area is always more than needed. The reason for this is that the body will initially reabsorb about 40-50% of the fat. The rest of the fat will remain. Unlike fat grafting techniques, the fat is not washed or centrifuged. Instead, we separate the oil and blood from the fat using a technique that doesn’t damage the cells. The process of inserting the stem cells back into the skin stimulates the growth of new cells. The mixture of stem cells and growth factors also penetrates the skin’s deeper layers to help regenerate the skin.
The resulting facial fullness is that to be expected in someone much younger whilst at the same time the quality of the skin is improved due to the release of growth factors and hormones from the newly injected cells.
The restorative effect of fat stem cell rejuvenation will last for a number of years and for some forever.