Viscoderm Hydrobooster

Viscoderm Hydrobooster

  • Rehydrate, smooth and lift under eye, lip and facial lines
  • Rejuvenate the whole face
  • Radiant Skin
Viscoderm Hydrobooster

Viscoderm Hydrobooster

Viscoderm Hydroboost from the makers of Profhilo (HA Derma) have just released this amazing, easy rejuvenation for the under eye and full face. Those tiny fine lines which make the skin pucker around the eyes lips and cheeks can now be effectively treated with Viscoderm Hydroboost. I rarely find a product which is truly different, and easy to use as well as actually doing what it w

Literally lifts, smooths and boosts the skin with wonderful juicy hyaluronic acid so that the skin is fed and hydrated – returning its lustre and radiance again. ALL of these areas treated in one treatment!

At last, the sister of Profhilo is here!! Rid fine lines under the eye, lip lines, fine lines all over the face in one treatment

  • The whole Face in One to Two Treatments 8 weeks apart
  • Results visible immediately, then better after 4 weeks, better after 8, better after 12…
  • Not a filler, this is a skin booster – hydrating the skin with PURE hyaluronic acid causing collagen to form slowly over the weeks.
  • Eye brow area, Under Eye Bags, Fine Lines, Crows Feet
  • Lip and Mouth Lines
  • Cheek lines

Perfect for under eye bag skin, lip lines, cheek lines and all of this is done in the first treatment.

What does Hydrobooster do?

Similar to it’s sister product, Profhilo, Viscoderm Hydrobooster is a pure non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid. To start with, it offers deep hydration and leaves skin looking radiant and super smooth. Skin feels more ‘springy’ as the elasticity is improved as the skin becomes more stretchy which reduces the wrinkles in those highly mobile areas of the face, especially around the eyes and mouth.

How is it used?

Hydrobooster can be used on its own or even as an alternative to Botox. It can also be fantastically effective when combined with other treatments and is a great add on for those annoying dynamic wrinkles that Botox can’t treat.

The appointment takes an hour as your whole face will be numbed using a lidocaine cream. Numerous tiny injections into and around each line are placed very superficially in a specific technique. You are not going to look like anything has been done except that you’re looking amazing!

Risks

As with all injection treatments, there is a risk of bruising but these can be covered. (Plan a day or two out of view) No risks as in with fillers as the hyaluronic does not have any other substances in it.

 

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Treatment Information

Price

£280 per whole face treatment for skin laxity, crepey skin, eye bags, lip lines and cheek lines

Procedure Time

Usually 45 - 60 minutes.

Duration

Instant Results with improvements over the next 3 months as collagen grows. Repeat second treatment may be necessary for deep wrinkles and topped up every 6-8 months

Recovery

Usually 30 minutes * *assuming no bruising

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Alison Taylor

Alison Taylor - Cosmetic Nurse

Alison Taylor is a Registered Nurse Prescriber and is highly experienced in medical cosmetic treatments. She has an honest and ethical approach and assesses each person individually and personally.

Alison is trained to an advanced level in facial anatomy and in administering medical cosmetic treatments and has carried out many thousands of treatments. She has a good reputation (see live reviews) and prides herself in carrying out discreet and natural treatments to give you the fresh open look without making it obvious.

Alison is constantly updating her skills to ensure best and latest treatments and has recently started a post graduate L7 degree course in Advanced Clinical Facial Anatomy to further extend her knowledge and safety in practice. You can check Alison’s registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council  (under her married name Alison Jane Pearce)