BeautiPHIication and the Golden Number


To make a beautiful face we do not only restore its youth, we need to also be able to give it perfect proportions. BEAUTIPHICATION ™ is a technique of facial injection that respects the mathematical principle of the beauty and harmony of Leonardo da Vinci.
The ‘Golden Number’, says Phi, expresses the ratio of two elements, its value is 1.618.

PHI’s applications

Illustration of golden ratio in nature. Fibonacci pattern

Leonardo da Vinci, among others, pursues scientific research to find the mathematical code of beauty and highlights a proportion found in many buildings such as the pyramid of Cheops or Parthenon. This ratio and porportion can also be applied to the face.

In practice I measure the lengths of some elements of the face, then using the harmony compass I get the width that corresponds to the ratio of phi.

If the ratio 1.618 times a distance is not present, I will increase or fill the areas and zones that are out of proportion, in order to bring them closer to the golden ratio.The results are subtle and natural. When I started to measure faces and to bring them to the proportion of phi, I obtained the effect astonishing: my clients have always told me as a result that “doctor the results are so natural and I can still recognize myself, it gives me a resfreshing look and I look 10 years younger”.


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Hyaluronic Acid treatement by mappage

An enormouse number of doctors focus on one or more parts of the face: the lips, the cheeks , etc. resulting in forgetting the entire face.
However, I take a universal approach to the face, I divide the face into thirds of which I analyze the main element (the eyebrow is the main element of the upper third, the nose is the main element of the middle third and the lips are the element lower third), lines, outlines, volumes, troughs and proportions.
And symmetry? Symmetry is not synonymous with beauty. Perfect symmetry can hurt the final result.
I do not wish for symmetry, I rather to base myself on the search for two halves "sisters" and not "twin".

Written by Valeria Romano

Former intern at the Hospitals of Paris Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Paris 7 – Paris Diderot Registered with the medical board of Paris, n° 75/80452 More informations

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