Biorevitalization (Booster)


Biorevitalisation is an essential component of modern dermatology and ranks among the most sought-after procedures, rightfully acclaimed as the premier method for skin rejuvenation and healing.

What is Biorevitalisation?

Biorevitalisation, also known as a booster, involves injecting polymer, low-molecular hyaluronic acid deep into the skin. Hyaluronic acid, a natural skin component, plays a crucial role in maintaining skin youth. However, its synthesis decreases with age, leading to skin aging. Biorevitalisation aims to address this deficiency, replenishing hyaluronic acid levels and renewing its synthesis. Notably, hyaluronic acid is also utilised in another cosmetic procedure – mesotherapy. In addition to hyaluronan, our specialists employ various stimulators like ultrasound, laser, magnetic wave, cold, etc., to target the dermis and deep skin layers.

Who Needs Biorevitalisation?

Biorevitalisation, or booster, is beneficial for individuals experiencing:

  • Dry skin
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Loss of skin elasticity
  • Wrinkles and dark circles around the eyes
  • Cooperosis
  • Acne and post-acne
  • Scars
  • Pigmentation

What to Expect After biorevitalisation?

Biorevitalisation stands out as the optimal approach for skin rejuvenation and natural healing. After the procedure, expect enhanced skin elasticity, density, health, and natural beauty.

In What Cases Is Biorevitalisation Not Recommended?

Our specialists conduct a detailed health assessment during the patient’s cosmetologist consultation at Richter’s Clinic. If any of the contraindications listed below are present, the patient will not undergo revitalisation:

  • Pregnancy and lactation period
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Gallstone diseases
  • Tendency to skin scarring
  • Allergy
  • Any chronic disease during the exacerbation period
  • Inflammatory process
  • Hyaluronic acid intolerance


What result will we get after biorevitalisation?

The result includes improved skin elasticity, density, health, and natural beauty.

Which zones are biorevitalised?

The procedure is conducted in areas such as the face, neck, décolleté, and hand clusters.

How long does the procedure take?

The duration of the procedure is 15 minutes.

Does discomfort accompany the biorevitalisation procedure?

The procedure involves minimal injection and is not accompanied by significant discomfort.