Unbothered with age

Aging is a gradual and natural process associated with changes in the structure of the cells of all organs and tissue as a result of depletion of the biological resources of the body.

Symptoms of aging include changes in skin, hair and nails. Aging is also affected by the effects of UV rays, pollution, and lack of micro-nutrients, vitamins and protein. These effects, along with the genetically programmed aging schematic, cause age-related changes.

When and how visible signs of aging become noticeable?

Signs of aging start to show when we are 30-35 years old. From that moment, the amount of collagen fibers – the natural skin matrix – begins to decrease, and the rate of collagen renewal slows. Every year, this process becomes more pronounced. As a result, the skin loses its firmness and elasticity, sags, and wrinkles appear on its surface.

Modes of treatment

Today there are many methods that can stimulate aging skin, transforming and rejuvenating its biological structure.

Methods of negative stimulation such as peeling and laser resurfacing rely on the “destruction” of cells in the epidermis and dermis.

Positive stimulation techniques are aimed at deep skin restoration. This tactic is less aggressive and is thus the preferred modality, especially for aging skin. Today’s most progressive method of positive stimulation is intradermal administration of Salvecoll-C®.

Salvecoll-C® is used as a means of correcting age-related changes, as well as for preparation and rehabilitation of skin before and after skin peels, dermabrasion, and plastic surgery.

How Salvecoll-C® helps in treating aging skin

Salvecoll-C® helps to effectively refresh and recreate your own collagen. New collagen fibers are formed at the injection site, effectively helping your skin recover its original properties and appearance.

This procedure is recommended for people above the age of 30.



Salvecoll-C® helps restore your skin naturally by renewing lost collagen.


Salvecoll-C® can be advantageously combined with other aging skin rejuvenation techniques, such as peelings, hyaluronic acid and laser treatments.


Longer lasting results, from 6 to 12 months, depending on your skin condition.