Profhilo® gives an overall rejuvenated appearance as it provides hydration and volume across the skin and not just in one particular area. Profhilo® can be used on the face, hands and neck areas, it nourishes dermal cells and restores firmness of the skin. This treatment will hydrate your skin from the inside out, getting rid of crepey skin. A skin laxity treatment, Profhilo® uses patented technologies engineered for ‘skin remodelling’ a revolutionary concept of smoothing wrinkles rather than filling them. It effectively stimulates the production of both your natural and elastin to renew your skin from within.
Profhilo is injected just below the skin’s surface over 2 sessions several weeks apart. After injection it disperses quickly beneath the skin to improve hydration, without any need for massage or risk of leaving lumps or nodules. Profhilo® is absorbed within a 2cm radius of its injection site, so to treat the face only 10 injection points are needed in total.
A single course of Profhilo® involves 2 injectable treatments several weeks apart, after which you can expect to see an intense hydration. It makes the skin glow, fine lines can disappear and you’ll notice smoother tighter skin. It is recommended that you repeat the treatment every 6 months to maintain the results.
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Profhilo only requires 5 injection points on each side of the face, which means many of our patients find this treatment more comfortable than others. After just a single course of Profhilo, which involves two injectable treatments four weeks apart, clients can expect to see an intense hydration. It makes the skin glow and fine lines can disappear. You’ll notice smoother, tighter skin. Even for those clients with wrinkled, creepy skin, an improvement in the texture is undeniable. The treatment can be repeated after six months in cases where more repair is desired.
Some clients require anaesthetic numbing cream or a tiny drop of a numbing injection prior to the treatment. This depends on your sensitivity and area to be treated. The soft restoration technique employing a cannula is used to minimise trauma and improve comfort.
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