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A polycaprolactone-based biostimulator is a tissue stimulator, that is a preparation which demonstrates the ability to stimulate collagen production. Therefore, due to its action - it is called a stimulator, not a filler. 

Its main component is  polycaprolactone (PCL), which as a medical polymer has been widely used in medicine or aesthetic cosmetology for years. 

The polycaprolactone-based biostimulator is characterized by the ability to stimulate collagen, and its high viscosity and elasticity. Thanks to such properties it is used in wrinkle reduction, restoration of density and firmness of the skin or face modeling. 


  • Temple filling 
  • Eyebrow lift
  • Cheek filling
  • Nasolabial fold smoothing
  • Nose modelling
  • Chin modeling
  • Jaw line modelling


  • Pregnancy
  • Breast-feeding
  • Viral, bacterial and antimicrobial diseases
  • Neoplastic diseases
  • Skin problems, inflammation at the injection site
  • Allergies


Number of treatments performed: 1
Depending on the patient's needs and expectations in terms of duration of treatment effects - a polycaprolactone biostimulator is available in four variants (S, M, L, E), where S stands for the shortest duration of the effect (about 12 months), and E the longest (about 36 months).


Type of service:
Prices from*:
Polycaprolactone-based biostimulator
1500 PLN
Poly-DL-lactide-based biostimulator
2500 PLN
Rh collagen-based biostimulator
1600 PLN
Polynucleotide-based biostimulator
1300 PLN
Calcium hydroxyapatite-based biostimulator
2500 PLN
*Final prices may vary depending on the scope of the service.


Both treatments involve introducing the product into the skin with a needle. Nevertheless, polycaprolactone-based biostimulant has an additional stimulating effect on collagen production, therefore, due to this effect, it is called a stimulant, not a filler.

The product is introduced to the right depth using a needle or cannula, and then massaged if necessary. The sensations during the treatment are an individual issue dependent on the patient's pain threshold. However, to reduce the discomfort during the treatment session - a polycaprolactone-based biostimulator treatment is performed after previous anaesthesia of the skin with anesthetic cream. 

After the treatment, the skin may be slightly reddened and injection site may be visible. In addition, slight bruising and reactions such as swelling or tenderness at the injection site may occur. These symptoms should resolve within a few days after the treatment. 

After the treatment, the doctor protects the skin with a special post-treatment cream, therefore it is not recommended to apply make-up immediately after the treatment. Make-up may be applied on the following day after the procedure. 

Polycaprolactone-based biostimulator is available in four variants (S, M, L, E), where S stands for the shortest duration of the treatment effect (about 12 months), and E the longest (about 36 months).
Therefore, it should be remembered that the treatment effect is dependent on the type of product used, as well as factors such as the type of treatment performed or the individual characteristics of the patient.

Avoid drinking alcohol immediately after the treatment. Intensive exercise, using sauna or swimming pool should be avoided for 24 hours after the treatment. Exposure to strong sunlight is also not recommended.