I am in my early fifties and about to become a grandmother, and I really need a little work done! I want it to look and be natural. Is it true that hyaluronic acid used in this kind of work promotes more collagen production?
Congratulations for doing something for yourself! Hyaluronic acid fillers are a good place to start. They don’t stimulate collagen per se but do augment the existing collagen and hyaluronic acid presently in your skin. They do cause increased hydration of the skin matrix which promotes a more youthful looking skin.