How Profhilo Compares to Other Treatments
Profhilo has become increasingly popular in recent years. It’s a more affordable, safe, and long-lasting option than lotions and treatments, helping to plump and rejuvenate the skin. But how does Profhilo compare to other popular skin injectable treatments?
What is Profhilo?
Profhilo is the first injectable treatment for skin laxity and crepiness based on hyaluronic acid (HA). It’s a skin-rejuvenation treatment that gives you a radiant, youthful appearance by supporting the development of collagen and elastin and greatly minimises the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
It has one of the highest concentrations of HA on the market, and works to stimulate and moisturise the skin while also remodelling ageing and sagging tissue. Profhilo is appealing because, unlike dermal fillers, it does not change the shape of the face; instead, it creates a fresh, natural look while softening fine lines and wrinkles.
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Where can I get Profhilo?
Profhilo is especially effective at treating loose skin around the neck, cheeks, and jowls, as well as other areas where injectables are notoriously difficult to treat, such as:
- Mouth and chin lines
- Neck, chest, and décolletage
- Upper arms
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Is Profhilo permanent?
Because Profhilo was designed to work with your body’s natural activity, it is not a long-term solution. Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a naturally occurring molecule that aids in the retention of moisture in the skin by encouraging collagen and elastin formation.
As a result, the Profhilo that has been injected gradually degrades over time. The effects of your Profhilo treatment can last for up to six months, depending on the individual.
Profhilo compared to other fillers
The injected gel in classic filler procedures such as Juvederm stays in place and volumises the area. Profhilo, on the other hand, increases collagen and elastin formation in the face rather than filling up specific areas.
Profhilo restores aged tissue without volumisation by working in the epidermis, dermis, and superficial fat compartments. It is a regenerative anti-ageing treatment that reverses the ageing process through bio remodelling of the skin, rather than being passive like other skin booster therapies.
Profhilo improves skin hydration and fine wrinkles faster after injection because hyaluronic acid is replenished in the skin. Skin tightening and elasticity benefits are visible after treatment. Profhilo is the only HA filler that does this.
Can you have Profhilo and anti-ageing injectables together?
You can get anti-ageing treatments and other fillers in the same location as Profhilo, but it’s not recommended.
Anti-ageing injectables can be used to lessen forehead wrinkles and crow’s feet, and Profhilo can be done simultaneously to target skin laxity of the lower face because it is more successful in addressing expression lines.
Can you have Profhilo and fillers together?
Profhilo and Dermal Fillers can be combined to improve brightness, plumpness and give a more youthful appearance. If you have dermal fillers in your cheeks or jaw, you must wait at least two weeks before getting Profhilo injections.
Dermal fillers provide a lifting and volumising effect and are usually utilised to augment a specific area. They do increase the skin’s radiance, but Profhilo offers a more comprehensive approach for overall improvement.
- Profhilo is an injectable treatment for skin laxity and crepiness based on hyaluronic acid.
- It’s a skin-rejuvenation treatment that gives you a radiant, youthful appearance.
- Profhilo restores aged tissue without volumisation by working in the epidermis, dermis, and superficial fat compartments.
- Anti-ageing injectables can reduce forehead wrinkles. Profhilo can be done simultaneously to target skin laxity.
- Profhilo and Dermal Fillers can be combined to improve brightness, plumpness and give a more youthful appearance.
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