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Bio Stimulants

Collagen Stimulators, also known as Bio Stimulant Fillers or Tissue Stimulants are made from polylactic acid (PLA) which is bio-compatible and bio-degradable and works to boosts collagen production over time by stimulating growth at a cellular level.

These fillers are used to restore lost volume, improve skin texture and improve the appearance of lines and folds.

Both Dr Gina and Dr Jess believe these fillers are best of the new generation of filler treatments available and highly recommend them for clients wishing to achieve excellent results. Biostimulant fillers also have the potential for a long-lasting regeneration effect which can continue to produce subtle results over time. Tissue stimulants are a subtle, gradual approach to facial rejuvenation.

Two to three treatments may be required for optimal results.

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How much does Tissue Stimulants cost in Perth?

Fill and Stimulate
Starting From $990*

Benefits at a glance

  • Effective and relatively painfree
  • Boosts production of collagen and elastin
  • Adds volume and redefines
  • Softens appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces fine lines
  • Plumps and defines
  • Plumps and rejuvenates

Before & After Skincare

  • Don’t apply makeup in the first 24 hours post treatment.
  • Apply damp icy cloth if swelling or tenderness. Avoid direct contact of ice to the skin as it may burn skin.
  • Avoid excessive sun and UV lamp exposure until all swelling and redness resolved. Apply sunscreen before going out in the sun.
  • After each treatment session, gently massage the treated areas at least daily.

“Biostimulants are such an exciting development in the world of cosmetic aesthetics – by boosting collagen production at a cellular level, you continue to see improvement over time, making them an exceptional investment. As a trainer for tissue stimulants in WA, these are one of my favourite treatments – think of them as your natural way to cosmetic medicine.”

– Dr Gina Messiha Cosmetic Doctor MB BS FRACGP

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the treatment involve?

Tissue stimulants are an injectable collagen stimulator containing poly-L-lactic acid. They encourage your body to rebuild its own collagen that has been lost with age over time. This treatment can address concerns including nasolabial folds, hollow cheeks and temples, accordion and marionette lines, chin and jawline sagging.

Are there any side effects?

You may have some redness, tenderness, swelling and possible bruising at the injection site. This typically resolves within two to six days.

How long will it take to see the results after the treatment?

This treatment has gradual, long lasting results. Results aren’t often noticeable immediately but improvements will begin to show after approximately four to six weeks.

How long does the treatment last?

Results from your initial treatment can last up to two years.

Is there any downtime?

No downtime is needed for this treatment. We only ask that you massage the area for five minutes, five times a day for five days following each injection session.

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