Skincare company Dermastir has added the Post-Op Bio-Cellular Retexturizing Face Mask to its range of products.
According to Alta Care Laboratoires, the French creators of Dermastir, the product utilises biotechnology to create a skin tissue-like material from the fermentation of microorganisms.
It claims that the mask is hydrophilic, diminishes transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and inhibits enzymes that break down hyaluronic acid, collage and elastin in the skin.
The mask also aims to hydrate the skin and decreases redness and bruises caused by aesthetic treatments such as injectable procedures, chemical peels, and laser procedures.
Managing pharmacist of Alta Care Laboratoires, Ivan Pullicino, said, "Taking care of the patient post procedure is becoming very important for aesthetic practitioners worldwide to give more value to the service they are offering. The Dermastir Bio-Cellular Post-Op Mask is a great product that helps to decrease the temperature of the skin post-procedure, and the transdermal hydration helps dermal fillers last longer. The quality of the biocellular fibres and the hyaluronic peptide serum is so high that it forms a matrix that is very similar to skin tissue, giving it very high adhesive transdermal properties."