Skin Boosters ! Dermal Fillers! and Botox! What is in the syringe?

With so many needles comes so much confusion so I have decided to write a brief summary on some of the most popular aesthetic injectible treatments available.

While many of you ask what is in the syringe ? well this very much depends on the exact type of treatment you have having done and below is a list of the more popular ones.

Skin Boosters.

The latest advancement in injectible technology, are skin boosting injectibles and these skin boosters treatments use a hyaluronic acid solution that is clinically proven to stimulate new collagen formation and increase elastin levels that have been depleted due to age and environmental factors. they also have the added bonous of diminishing fine lines, wrinkles and improving hydration and glow on the surface of the skin from within, these will leave your skin looking radiant and fresh as hyaluronic acid will help to hold water in the skin making it look and feel far more dewy while delivering a long lasting serum effect, without the serum.

Hyaluronic acid is the hero here amongt these treatment modalities.

Hyaluronic acid is used as it’s a potent natural moisturising factor that is naturally occurring and naturally found in your skin, it has the ability to draw 1000 times its weight in water within the skin so it is ideal for binding and retaining water molecules, that in turn wil provide the very best innate moisturisation.

It is important that you understand the effects of skin boosters is to maintain a natural apperance of visible movement, rather than a thick layer of filler! so no risk of pillow face and minimal downtime with these hydrating skin boosting treatments.

Profhilo.

Juverderm Volite.

Teosyal Redensity 1.

Sunkeos.

Two treatment sessions are required.

Lasts up to 24 months

Dermal Fillers.

Face contouring (or liquid face lifts ) continue to be popular – as its a no knife face sculpting option that utilises dermal fillers to restore facial volume and to also augment facial areas such as cheek and jawline helping to beautifully blance the facial profile so that volume restoration and natural collagen stimulation is achieved with dermal fillers and lip fillers.

Last approx 6 – 12 months depending on areas treated and Dermal filler used.

Mesotherapy.

The contrast between mesotherapy and hyaluronic acid lies in the additional componments of the meso cocktail and these include vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and plant extracts making miso an excellent choice for treating skin conditions, scar tissue, pigmentation, aleopicea.

Botox

Botox on the other hand is responsible for freezing and or paralysing the facial muscles by slowing down muscle contraction at the motor point so that you have less movement in the areas where you have had a series of botox jabs.

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