Profhilo, an injectable therapy that has won awards, revitalises and moisturises the skin while also regaining skin firmness.
Our attempts to conceal and improve the appearance of our ageing skin frequently have the unintended consequence of making it more obvious. As we get older, our skin can become loose, wrinkled, and crepey appearing.
The bioremodelling injectable Profhilo works to rebuild your skin, with effects noticeable after just two sessions. The process increases your own suppleness and collagen production.
In order to offer you a tighter and more youthful appearance over time, Profhilo works by boosting your skin’s natural synthesis of collagen and elastin. This rejuvenates your skin from the deep layers to the surface. Along with increased general skin hydration, your skin’s tone and texture will also be better.
Profhilo does not function as a dermal filler and does not plump or add volume to the regions treated, despite the fact that it includes hyaluronic acid, a chemical that naturally occurs in the body. Instead, Profhilo is a cutting-edge procedure that rivals dermal fillers thanks to its short treatment time and need for only 5 injection spots on each side of the face. Profhilo is a fantastic option for improving the skin’s texture and quality all over without adding a lot of volume.
A recent advancement in facial rejuvenation procedures is Profhilo. The product’s 100% HA (Hyaluronic Acid) solution penetrates the skin to reconstruct its structure, hydrate dermal cells, and treat skin laxity, restoring your skin’s firmness.
Profhilo can be used to treat any part of the body, but it’s most frequently used on the hands, face, and neck. Profhilo is appropriate for both genders starting at the age of 30 and has no maximum age limit.
A specialised injection method known as BAP is used to administer Profhilo (BIO AESTHETIC POINTS). For each side of the face, there are 5 injection entrance points in the BAP procedure. This method will offer you the best results with the fewest injections necessary while avoiding the big veins and nerves in the face. It is also shown to be anatomically safe.