What is Profhilo skin booster treatment?
The Profhilo skin booster is the first treatment which contains purely 100 per cent hyaluronic acid, with no use of cross-linking chemical agents. It is an injectable product which delivers hyaluronic acid into the skin directly. It is able to achieve the hydration of the skin from the inside out, and is recognised as offering superb skin firming capabilities.
How Prohilo skin booster treatment works?
The Profhilo skin booster treatment isn't only suitable for use on the face. It can also be effective when applied to the neck, hands, décolleté and lips.
Ahead of the treatment, you will attend a consultation in order to assess your suitability for the procedure. The Profhilo skin booster treatment uses the bio aesthetic points (BAP) technique which takes five implant points on both sides of the face. After a numbing cream is applied to your skin, Prohfilo involves injections into the bottom part of the face, and patients can expect to receive injections of about 2 ml each in their first visit.
Who can benefit from Profhilo skin booster treatment?
The Profhilo treatment can be ideal for those over the age of 30 who are beginning to lose elastin, collagen and hyaluronic acid. It can be suitable for those who have noticed the signs of ageing in their skin, but are not at the stage where they want to have dermal fillers treatment. It offers the advantages of a rejuvenated and refreshed overall look without adding volume in specific areas of the face.
What are the advantages Profhilo skin booster treatment?
The hyaluronic acid which Profhilo uses is a natural substance in our skin, which has a sponge-like effect - holding moisture and making the skin appear plump and hydrated. The slowing of hyaluronic acid production which occurs with ageing can leave the skin looking tired.
Because the Profhilo skin booster uses 100 per cent hyaluronic acid, it is able to achieve results such as; stem cell reproduction enhancement; collagen and elastin production stimulation; the reversal of skin looseness or 'sagging'; the signs of lines and wrinkles becoming less noticeable.