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What are Skin boosters?

Skin boosters are a type of cosmetic injectable treatment designed to improve the texture, hydration, and overall appearance of the skin. They are typically made up of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body that helps to keep the skin hydrated and plump.

Skin boosters are injected into the skin  and work by adding moisture and volume to the treated area. This can help to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging, as well as enhance overall skin quality and radiance.

Unlike traditional dermal fillers, which are often used to restore volume to specific areas of the face, skin boosters are typically used to treat larger areas of the face, such as the cheeks, under the eyes, or the neck and décolletage.

Skin boosters are a popular treatment option for those looking to improve the overall appearance of their skin without undergoing more invasive procedures such as facelifts or laser resurfacing. They are also a popular choice for younger patients looking to maintain their skin's hydration and vitality over time.

Common types of skin boosters 

 

         Hyaluronic acid (HA) : These are the most common type of skin booster and are made from a naturally occurring substance in the               body that helps to keep the skin hydrated and plump.

         Products: Profhilo, Seventy Hyal 2000, Jalupro Hydro

        Mesotherapeutic cocktail : Cocktails consist of hyaluronic acid, amino acids, vitamins, anti-oxidants, minerals, and other nutrients                that are injected directly into the skin to nourish  and revitalize the skin.

        Products: Jalupro,  Sunekos , Dermaheal 

        Polynucleotide (PN) : These fillers are made up of a substance that is similar to DNA, and are designed to stimulate collagen                        production and improve skin elasticity.

        Products: Lumi eyes

         Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy: This involves using the patient's own blood to create a concentrated serum of platelets and                   growth factors, which is then injected into the skin to promote collagen production and enhance skin quality.

The type of skin booster treatment that is best for a client  will depend on their individual goals, skin type, and other factors, and should be determined in consultation.

Prices for skin boosters:

10/12 points face lift:

Profhilo £210 per syringe or £390 for 2 when booked together 

Jalupro Hydro £180 per syringe or £330 for 2 when booked together 

Seventy Hyal 2000  £150 per syringe or £280 for 2 or £400 for 3 when booked together 

Mesotherapy:

Jalupro  £80 per vial  or £290  for 4 when booked together 

Sunekos 200 £110 per vial  or £400  for 4 when booked together 

Lumi Eyes  £140 per syringe or £250 for 2 or £360 for 3  when booked together 

PRP:  (course of 3  or more , 4 weeks apart advised)

Eyes  £100 per treatment  

Full Face £150 per treatment  

Scalp (hair restoration and growth)  £180 per treatment

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