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Dermastir fillers using nanotechnology are the latest new entries to the Dermastir range. Ingredients are presented in a powder filler form that is made up of particles that when entering the skin are smaller than 40 nanometers. The fact that the ingredients visibly penetrate the skin helps to convince clients to give this product a try. Clinical trials using visual diagnostic measures and polarized light show that from the first application the filling process is a success. Alta Care Laboratoires has launched:

- Dermastir Collagen Filler indicated mainly for closing wrinkles;

- Dermastir Eye & Lip Contour Filler indicated to reinforce the thin layers of skin surrounding the eye and lip contour;

- Dermastir Luxury Filler indicated mainly for closing open pores;

- Dermastir Scar Repair Filler indicated for minor wounds, post operations, burns, acne scars, etc.

Dermastir fillers have to be applied constantly using special massage techniques that are described on the insert leaflet found in the box. Spa managers and pharmacists can also give demonstrations to show the way the filler has to be applied. The use of 1 ampoule per week is recommended, for at least 4 weeks. This methodology is due to the fact that it takes 4 weeks for the lower layers of the skin to regenerate and form part of the upper layer of the skin. In cases where intensive action is required one can use 2 ampoules per week.

Dermastir fillers are used in all aesthetic treatments by Alta Care Laboratoires. The dermastir fillers are applied as a finishing touch after the facial massage at the end of the aesthetic treatment. It is possible to know more about Dermastir filler nanotechnology techniques at the Alta Care Laboratoires head office at Piazza di Spagna, 6 - Rome Italy.


Also being sold on amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/ALTA-CARE-Laborato...5699&sr=8-1

What do you think of this product?

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In my opinion the product description is full of hyped up, nanotechnology rubbish and is too good to be true, especially for permanent repair. It is used to layer the scar filling area? I can use silicone to do that.

I would also love to hear if anyone has tried this product and the results they received, if any.

The info below was taken from:


Dermastir Scar Repair Fillers


At times a combination of Dermastir Fillers may be used to layer the scar filling area. Dermastir Scar Repair Filler sculpts the skin by adding volume which therefore means that the scar is filled more than just superficially. Collagen formation is supported by the penetration of the Dermastir scar fillers and this helps to reduce the size and also the appearance of a scar. Positive results have been obtained on all types of acne scars, ranging from deep pits to scars that are angular or wavelike in appearance.


Apply the Dermastir Filler accordingly to the scar. Use one ampoule per week. In cases when the face is severely scarred or in cases when the scar is deeper than normal use 2 ampoules per week. Dermastir Filler can be used in combination with Dermastir Collagen, Dermastir Elastin Serum and Dermastir Zinc Serum. Push the cap down to break the seal of the ampoule before taking off the cap.


Water (Aqua), Silica Silylate, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Boron Nitride, Methylpropanediol, Potassium Sorbate, Chlorphenesin, Camelia Sinensis Leaf extract, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Soluble Collagen.

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