LAVIV: Are Your Own Cells Better than Botox?

Laviv is promising to be the latest anti-ageing injection that promises to erase wrinkles with your own cells.

LAVIV® (azficel-T) is an autologous cellular product indicated for improvement of the appearance of moderate to severe nasolabial fold wrinkles in adults

The procedure starts with a biopsy, or tissue sample, being taken from behind the ear. The cells of interest are fibroblasts, which produce collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid — compounds known to give skin a smooth and plump appearance. These cells are then cultured in a lab for 90 days, and millions of new fibroblasts are created. Over the course of three sessions (spaced around five weeks apart), the fibroblasts are re-injected into the patient. The theory is that these injected fibroblasts stimulate the activity of those already in the skin, leading, after a few months, to firmer, plumper skin.

Laviv is not in Australia yet!

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We just present this information here for your convenience, we understand that women want to know about cosmetic treatments that would help them look prettier, younger or more comfortable with themselves.

I don’t criticize anybody who decides to go under a cosmetic treatment. If you want to have one just remember that there are always risks, make sure you understand them.

At the end the important thing is that YOU ARE HAPPY WITH YOURSELF!

I can help you to be happy with yourself!

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Self-Confidence & Body Image Master Coach. Author, speaker, blogger and head editor of encourages women to find their real beauty and believe in themselves. Google


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