Hydra-Lift Skin Boosters
Skin Boosters for a dewy finish
Why conceal when you can flaunt? Every beauty junkie knows that the secret to a perfect lasting look is when you set the foundation right- hydrated, plumped up moisturised skin. Minimise touch-ups with Hydra-Lift Skin Boosters – A series of micro-injections designed to unveil deep skin hydration. Giving you the look you’ve always wanted to achieve. Dewy, not Shiny. Glow, not Grease.
Skin boosters are a minimally invasive treatment and were popularised in Korea. They are a simple but effective way to improve the appearance and texture of the skin. They can be used to treat early sagging, wrinkles, dull skin and even acne scarring.
The doctor will assess your suitability and before the treatment begins your face will be cleansed and some numbing cream will be applied to ensure your comfort.
Micro-injectors are used to deposit a series of hyaluronic acid droplets just beneath the skin to help restore collagen and hydrate the skin. Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is produced naturally by the body and especially the skin. It is important for tissue repair and hydration but as we age and our skin is exposed to the sun’s UV rays, there is degradation of the production of this substance.
Stabilized hyaluronic acid (HA) is a soft, gel-like substance that absorbs water and brings deep skin hydration to the treated areas, giving it firmness, elasticity and smoothness.
Once the skin boosters treatment is completed our clinic assistants will apply a blend of creams to protect and soothe the skin. The treatment takes around 30 mins.
There is minimal downtime and the effects which can last up to 6 months are evident quickly. It is a popular treatment amongst men and women seeking to have youthful and radiant skin.
Key Treatment Areas:
- Overall skin quality
- Neck, décolletage and hands
- Acne-scarred skin
Three inital treatment sessions with 4 weeks apart. After which, one treatment is done every 6 months for maintenance purposes.
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