Injectable Skin Boosters aim to enhance skin brightness and overall health using hyaluronic acid, a potent natural hydrator in the skin, muscles, and joints. This substance delivers deep moisture and can retain water up to 1000 times its weight, making it exceptionally efficient at maintaining hydration.
Scientific research verifies that these injections stimulate collagen growth and replenish diminishing elastin levels caused by ageing or environmental factors. As a result, skin becomes more elastic and textures smooth out.
While both Skin Boosters and traditional dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid, their functions differ. Dermal fillers focus on lifting and adding volume to targeted areas, whereas Skin Boosters distribute hyaluronic acid evenly throughout the treated skin area. This technique immediately hydrates and promotes skin rejuvenation without altering its structure or fullness.
Reduction of uneven skin tone: Skin Boosters effectively produce a more balanced complexion through hyaluronic acid in micro-injections.
Younger-looking skin: Skin Boosters promote collagen and elastin production, producing firmer and more youthful skin. After treatment, visible signs of ageing, such as fine lines, pores, and wrinkles, become less noticeable.
Brighter skin: Improved hydration enhances the skin's vibrancy and freshness, contributing to a healthier overall appearance.
Softer skin: Traditional topical skincare products have difficulty penetrating the epidermis layer and seldom reach the dermis layer, where significant improvements occur. Skin Boosters, on the other hand, are administered deep into the skin for more focused results, making the skin softer and more flexible after treatment.
Skin Boosters, sometimes called "lunchtime treatments," usually require little or no downtime. The procedure is quick, enabling you to immediately return to your daily routine.
Since Skin Boosters stimulate a natural process, side effects are rare. Some minor swelling, redness, or bruising might be visible right after the injection, but these typically subside quickly.
The frequency of treatments depends on your skin's condition. Our dermatologist will recommend the best approach to achieve optimal results, which could involve a single treatment or multiple sessions.
Following your initial treatment(s), you might schedule a maintenance Skin Booster session in a few months to preserve your desired outcome.
Avoid activities like heavy exercise, hot tubs, saunas, and steam rooms for 48 hours.
Steer clear of active skincare products (such as AHAs, retinol, vitamin C, etc.) on the day of treatment and avoid oil-based makeup for 24 hours.
Clean the treated area gently on the day of treatment, applying light pressure.