We have a new kid on the block and it’s threatening to take the Aesthetics medicine world by storm!
PROFHILO, and the technology behind it, is far from just another hyaluronic acid injectable product to hit the marketplace, so what is it?
Firstly, it is not just filler, and although fillers do an excellent job of revolumising, recontouring and reshaping the face, there is now a movement towards developing solutions that stimulate the natural tissue and encourage collagen regrowth. And this is what PROFHILO does, long after the original product has been degraded by the body.
PROFHILO certainly seems to have the effect of jump-starting the body’s own rejuvenation process.
So now we have a new term for these products: bio-rejuvenators! It is in this camp that PROFHILO sits; it is not a volumising dermal filler but offers fantastic hydration and ALSO triggers collagen and elastin production.
Unlike fillers, the PROFILO flows and distributes itself, integrating with the tissue, rather than being placed by an injection. This means that there is also no need for local anaesthetics as the recipient feels so pain.
PROFHILO slowly evolves the patient’s own tissue, without creating immediate volumisation or augmentation and because of this action, the result is a better quality and more elastic dermis, which fills and volumises naturally. PROFHILO literally engages with the body’s receptors and causes collagen stimulation; a much more natural reaction.
There are 5 points on the face that influence how we look and by injecting these area’s there is direct improvement of the elasticity of the skin across the whole area, improving wrinkles.
The treatment is given one month apart. A further treatment can be performed 2 months after the second treatment should there be higher levels of ageing present.
The treatment cycle can then be performed twice a year for optimum results.
This new treatment is promising to offer some tremendous results as seen by the photos here. The results appear to be longer lasting than many other treatments and address a wider area including the hard to treat areas of the neck and the back of the hands!