IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR TREATMENTS, SEVENTY HYAL AND PROFHILO SKIN BOOSTERS FROM PURESKIN CLINIC DELIVER DEEP SKIN HYDRATION, A FANTASTIC COCKTAIL OF HYALURONIC ACID, VITAMINS, AND MINERALS.
Seventy Hyal and Profhilo skin boosters are injectables that improve skin texture, elasticity, hydration, and overall appearance. Skin booster treatment involves injecting hyaluronic acid, a soft, gel-like substance under the skin that enhances the skin’s elasticity, firmness, and radiance, giving an overall glow. The Seventy Hyal and Profhilo skin booster treatment is usually a combination of three different treatments. Each treatment is performed every 3-6 weeks, and the overall treatment course is between 4 and 6 months. Skin booster treatment is an excellent option for anyone who wants to improve the overall appearance of their skin and has minimal downtime.
* Disclaimer: Results and patient experience may vary.
These are dependent on a number of factors such as age, medical history and lifestyle.
Why choose us?
Here at PureSkin Clinic, Seventy Hyal and Profhilo skin booster injection treatments can be combined with a wide range of cosmetic procedures including Laser Hair Removal, Dermal Fillers, PRP, Botox, Facelift, TCA Peel, Microneedling, V-Shape Lift, Lifting Serum, and more.
This treatment will help regenerate your skin and leave it looking youthful!
Here’s a breakdown of Microneedling treatment combined with other treatments. You can either go for Microneedling only or opt for a treatment tailored to your needs.
ANTI-AGING INJECTABLE MOISTURISING TREATMENT
SKIN BOOSTER WITH HYDRAFACIAL
SKIN BOOSTER WITH DERMAL FILLERS
SKIN BOOSTER AND FACELIFT
SKIN BOOSTER AND MICRONEEDLING
Is skin booster same as filler?
The critical difference between skin boosters and dermal fillers is that a skin booster’s function is to restore hydration and moisture, not volume. Furthermore, skin boosters differ from dermal fillers due to their thinner consistency – hence their inability to add volume like a regular dermal filler.
How long do skin boosters last?
Skin Boosters typically last for about six to twelve months. We recommend having two sessions at six-week intervals for your initial treatment, with subsequent maintenance treatments once or twice a year.
How long does it take for a skin booster to work?
Most boosters are designed to be carried out in a package of 2 or 3 sessions. The real improvement can take around 4 weeks, and the results of a skin booster should last up to 6 months. After that, you can repeat the process or just continually ‘top up’ your skin with individual treatments at 3-6 month intervals.
Is skin booster better than Botox?
While Botox and fillers concentrate on lifting and shaping the skin or freezing muscles to relax wrinkles, Skin Boosters work on the biochemical level of the skin to improve overall skin quality, offering longer-lasting effects.
Can skin boosters be used under eyes?
Skin boosters (distributed around the under-eye area) or dermal fillers (injected into the tear trough area under the eyes) can help improve your under-eye appearance, reducing crepey skin or reducing under-eye shadows or eye bags here’s an option to enhance your under-eye area through surgery.
How long does swelling last after skin booster?
During the first 24–48 hours after treatment, you will experience redness, swelling, and tenderness in the treated areas. These responses are normal and resolve quickly and spontaneously over the next 2-4 days
What should you not do after a skin booster?
Do not expose the area to intense heat (eg solarium or sauna) Avoid pressure on the treated areas for the first few nights (i.e. sleep on the back of possible) Avoid strenuous exercise and alcohol for 24 hours. Do not use AHA, Retinols/Vitamin C therapy, or oil-based make-up for 24 hours.
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