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Biostimulators is a broad term used for a type of filler that stimulates the production of collagen via your own cells. It is not the direct injection of collagen. Biostimulators depend on your own body’s ability to produce collagen.

Skin collagen ensures skin strength and integrity. Collagen levels start declining from the age of 25. This decline is linked to genetic factors, but also to smoking, pollution and sun exposure via UV radiation.

Inadequate levels of skin collagen:

Some of the signs associated with inadequate levels of skin collagen include

  • Fine lines

  • Wrinkles

  • Elasticity

  • Skin sagging

Available Biostimulators

The varies Biostimulators available make use if different molecules to achieve increased collagen production. These are the available Biostimulators in our practice and there active molecules are:


Each of these products have their own unique properties. What might work for one person, might not be indicated for the next. For this reason, a consultation is the best starting point. Dr. Dirk will be able to determine your needs and also, the type of Biostimulator required. Note: unlike hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers where results after injection are immediate, Biostimulator results take time.

"Skin collagen ensures skin strength and integrity."

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