What is hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid is a substance (sugar molecule) that is naturally present in the human body. It binds water and can act as a lubricant and shock absorber in movable parts of the body such as joints. It is also important for the transport of nutrients and in regulating water balance in skin.
What is HYAcorp?

HYAcorp is a german dermal filler for professional beauty treatment, that includes a facial and a body line. The products are designed to effectively reduce the appearance of unwanted wrinkles, contour and create volume, rejuvenate the skin and replace lost hyaluronic acid.

How does HYAcorp work?

Over time, your skin’s hyaluronic acid level decreases naturally. HYAcorp is an absorbable gel that is made of cross-linked hyaluronic acid particles. When injected to the skin, it helps you achieve a more youthful appearance by replenishing the hyaluronic acid that has been absorbed to your body over time.

When can I see results?
The results will be visible instantly but the final effect appears best after a few weeks.
What is the difference between HA fillers and Botox?
Botulinum toxine and Hyaluronic Acid (HA) fillers are both used to treat wrinkles, despite their mode of action being completely different.

Botulinum toxine, commonly known as Botox, is injected into the muscle, which causes local paralysis and therefore reduces expression lines.

HA fillers are gels which are injected under the skin to fill wrinkles and smoothen the skin surface in a corrective method.

Should I be aware of any precautions before/after the treatment?

– Before the treatment:

If there is a medical indication for inflammatory and anti-coagulants, it is recommended to discuss it with your physician prior treatment.

– After the treatment:

Any kind of sports or alcohol should be avoided for 72hours post treatment. In addition, it is recommended to avoid dental or aesthetic treatments for 15 days following your treatment.

Does Hyacorp contain animal products?
No, it is sterile hyaluronic acid without animal elements
What are the most common complications?
Swelling, bruising but these disappear within a few days.
Can anyone get treatment with Hyacorp?
Yes, after careful medical history and examination
What is required to work with Hyacorp?
You have to be licensed healthcare professional and has undergone training in injection technique/complication management
Is Hyacorp a permanent filler?
No, it stays between 6 months to 36 months depending on the area that has been treated.
Is Hyacorp to remove?
Yes, Hyacorp which is a hyaluronic acid can be dissolved using a product called Hyalurinedase (hyalase)