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Hyaluronic acid filler - Birgit - 28-11-2016
I am on a program for now 3 weeks and since it seams to work I am going to share the details here next week.
I am going to show you befor and after pictures for a day or 2 before I delete them from my personal program thread.
I do this because I can forsee that a lot of males and even females read what I am publishing here and I want to protect my privacy.
Before I give you any details here is my disclaimer :
I am not encouraging anybody to do what I did as a experiment. Like all DIY and even professional treatments it has an inherit risk of body injury and even death.
In most legislations a DIY treatment is legal but as soon as you treat somebody else with or without a license with not approved supplies or not aproved treatments you might brake the law wich has severe legal consequences.
I am not trained as a medical professional and all my knowledge is from the Internet and self experiments on myself.
I am not responsible for any issues if you decide to follow my example.
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - PuffyAya - 28-11-2016
Gogo! We can take it.
Bring on the info~!
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - Birgit - 28-11-2016
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - Birgit - 29-11-2016
To prepare the usage of Hyaluronic acid (HA) I did a couple of test injections with 0.9% saline solution. I started with only 10 ml per breast and then went up and I tested several injection points and technics. Saline solution stays for about an hour in the breast before it starts to dissolve.
My max test was 320 ml each side and I stopped then because I developed subcotan bleeding.
My conclusion was that 50-60 ml per side is not a problem, best injection method is with a 18G needle from below pointing slightly of the nipple.
The solution can be bought over the internet, syringes and needles too. I was also using wound wash but it is important to clean the nozzle and the upper tank of the spray with 94% Alcohol and then dump the first saline from the spray to avoid any contamination.
I was filling it in a glass which was previously in cooking water for 30 Minutes and then sealed.
Part of the training was also to have a better feeling when I was hitting a blood vessel. In this case I was pulling the needle back out and I was using a different spot.
Pain for me was minimal as long as I didn't hit a blood vessel.
Hyaluronic acid filler - Birgit - 29-11-2016
I then started a first test injection of only 25 ml only on one side with 1% Hyaluronic acid in 0.9% water. I was using a sterile glass to mix the components.
While I was mixing it I was wearing a face-mask, medical gloves, my desk was covered with aluminum foil wiped with 94% alcohol before. The mixture was then for 12 hours in the fridge before it became a gel. re-shaking / rolling after 6 hours to distribute the powder evenly.
After a week and no adverse reactions I put 50ml each side then another 50 ml of 2% Hyaluronic acid.
To inject 2% through a 18G needle I had to build me a press to push the plunger down, will experiment with higher mixtures and bigger needles soon.
So far it works and I have gained more than 1 inch and it stays this way.
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - jannet.duff - 29-11-2016
(29-11-2016, 11:49 AM)Birgit Wrote: I then started a first test injection of only 25 ml only on one side with 1% Hyaluronic acid in 0.9% water. I was using a sterile glass to mix the components.
Very interesting ...
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - PuffyAya - 29-11-2016
Woo, sounds like you are taking care to sanitise and aspirate before your shots.
Sometimes for thicker solutions, warming it (body temp max) will allow it to flow better.
I did this with my progynon depot as I didn't want to go up a needle gauge D:
Does your mixture behave similarly?
Excited about your results, stay safe.
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - Lotus - 30-11-2016
Question, what training did you follow, or are there any videos, DIY, injection training, health concerns, possible side effects, etc??. I can see the motivation of doing this, however....only from a skilled medically trained licensed professional that monitors results and/or compilations, that's just me though.
I think you could've produced some scientific studies to support this procedure. I'm not against this cosmetic, so I'll include attached research for interest.
Body Shaping and Volume Restoration: The Role of Hyaluronic Acid
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - Birgit - 30-11-2016
(30-11-2016, 05:41 AM)Lotus Wrote: Question, what training did you follow, or are there any videos, DIY, injection training, health concerns, possible side effects, etc??. I can see the motivation of doing this, however....only from a skilled medically trained licensed professional that monitors results and/or compilations, that's just me though.
I did a intensive research and watched a few youtube Videos, will publish all this here when I am done end of the week.
The general side effects of professional HA fillers are rare and mild. I think the biggest risk of the DIY method is accidentally injecting tainted HA and causing a infection.
I did my first saline injection back in 2003 after seeing it at the BME website back then :-), thats my experience LOL
RE: Hyaluronic acid filler - Happyme - 01-12-2016
Thanks for the Link Lotus,
Very informative, and the breast pics were impressive.
Too bad I am not so keen on shooting needles in me.