Using the nappage technique, many superficial injections only 2mm deep are made at a 45-degree angle while maintaining constant pressure on the syringe plunger. The practitioner will quickly flick his wrist and inject a drop of amniotic fluid every 2-4mm as he moves along the area to be treated. The skin's hydration is improved, and it appears more radiant, plumped, and youthful with instantly visible outcomes. This method is also known as picotage or nappage, the latter of which comes from the French and means "covering." It improves fine lines and wrinkles, leaving the skin radiant and rejuvenated. It is used to treat lack of elasticity, dry dehydration, and ageing skin.