Skin booster uses the method of non-invasive mesotherapy, different types of gels or active substances are launched deep into the skin tissues via electrical pulses and laser technology. The processes have a nice relaxing effect and post this procedure; the patient has the same experience after having a soothing massage. Non invasive mesotherapy is considered as a very useful method for the treatment of cellulite, support wrinkle treatment, skin firming and skin hydrating.
How does needle-free mesotherapy works?
A newsworthy option of active substances is used to the focused area of the skin. These small medicinal bullets are penetrated straight into the centre layer of skin by using Electro-osmosis and Electroportation. This high-frequency procedure infiltrates the skin at the same intensity that is required for optimum fallouts. Based on the specifically-tailored fabrication, mesotherapy assists elastin production, collagen, fat cell disbursement, lymphatic drainage, circulation, supports cellular activity, and fight free radicals. Hyaluronic acid or Vitamin C is typically included to the solution for improving quality and entire skin tone. Mesotherapy is frequently employed together with other procedures such as glycolic facial peels, Cutera laser resurfacing or rejuvenation, and Botox for optimal results. Treatments may be performed right away after a primary discussion to decide the number of treatment sessions needed.
What is HA (Hyaluronic Acid)?
Hyaluronic acid is the key to instantly plumping fine lines and making skin look glowy. It can be found in everything from serums to sheet masks and even injectables.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a sugar found naturally in our skin that holds water and helps keep it hydrated and plump. The HA within our bodies holds a thousand times its weight in water to not only retain all that moisture in our skin and joints, but also prevent all that moisture from evaporating into the air, according to Dr. Lily Talakoub, a dermatologist at the McLean Dermatology and Skincare Centre.
When used in skin care products like creams and serums, hyaluronic acid brings moisture to the surface of your skin. “Because of its ability to draw and hold water, it can be used as a humectant in your skin care regimen,” says Dr. Rachel Nazarian, a dermatologist at the Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City. “It continually keeps skin moisturized throughout the day.”