Elbow and Knee Rejuvenation Treatments

The elbow and knee area normally has a rough and rough appearance. Therefore, it is necessary to perform rejuvenation treatments, such as carboxytherapy, in order to combat the roughness and sagging of these areas.

Due to their relief, the elbows and knees are the parts of the body that suffer the most friction caused by contact with clothing. In addition, due to the continuous movement of the joints and the lack of hydration, these areas lose turgor.

Types of Elbow and Knee Rejuvenation Treatments

Revitalization with Redensity I is one of the techniques recommended by Dr. Natalia Ribé, specialist in skin aging and aesthetic medicine, which consists of revitalizing the skin with amino acids, hyaluronic acid, antioxidants and vitamins. Thanks to this treatment, the tissues are nourished and new collagen is formed, providing luminosity to these areas and significantly improving their texture. The treatment consists of stimulating the skin through intradermal injections of biological substances. It is recommended to perform between 1 and 3 sessions every 15-21 days. In addition, once the elbows and knees rejuvenation treatment is finished, it is advisable to perform an occasional maintenance session in order to maintain the results.

Carboxytherapy is a technique that consists of applying an injection of medical CO2 in the subcutaneous tissues of the skin in order to improve collagen production, skin elasticity and provide better oxygenation of the different layers of the skin. In this way, it restores the brightness and hydration that knees and elbows need, in addition to improving the rough texture and reducing wrinkles in these areas. This rejuvenation technique is also effective in combating cellulite and localized fat. The treatment is carried out once a week, being advisable to perform a total of 6 to 8 sessions.

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Another technique is the PRX-T33. Dr. Natalia Ribé incorporates, as a pioneer in Spain, this skin rejuvenating treatment to the range of treatments offered in her aesthetic medicine center. It is a novel technique that, by means of a non-invasive medical device based on trichloroacetic acid peeling and by combining it with hydrogen peroxide, allows a non-ablative stimulation of the dermis without exfoliating it, penetrating rapidly by activating a real regenerative process. This technique is mainly recommended to combat flaccidity of supporting tissues, both facial and body. This new concept of needle-free biostimulation visibly improves the overall appearance of the skin without damaging it. The treatment consists of applying the product by means of a manual massage or a spatula. It is advisable to perform 3 to 5 sessions once a week.