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Skin Boosters

Skin-boosters are treatments designed to rejuvenate the skin by enhancing its texture, elasticity, and overall appearance. These treatments typically involve substances known for their ability to stimulate collagen production, improve skin hydration, and assist in the healing process.

What are filler-Boosters?
These are ingredients that rejuvenate the skin, while lasting longer than regular skin boosters.

The key components of skin-boosters or fillers-boosters:

• Hyaluronic Acid Boosters or Filler boosters: Research has confirmed that hyaluronic acid is currently the best anti-aging injectable product, based on effectiveness & safety.  While primarily was used to add volume and reduce wrinkles by filling in the skin, hyaluronic acid fillers also stimulate collagen production as a secondary benefit. The presence of hyaluronic acid can help to improve skin hydration and indirectly stimulate fibroblasts.

• Poly-L-lactic Acid (Sculptra): This biocompatible and biodegradable synthetic substance is known for its ability to stimulate collagen production. Sculptra is injected deep into the dermal layer to help rebuild lost collagen over time, improving skin texture and volume.

• Calcium Hydroxylapatite (Radiesse): Another biocompatible material, calcium hydroxylapatite is used in fillers to immediately add volume and also stimulate the production of collagen. Radiesse provides a scaffold that supports collagen production, leading to longer-lasting results

• Succinic Acid: While not as commonly used in injectable form as HA, succinic acid is known for its role in skincare products as an antioxidant. It can support the skin’s repair processes, reduce inflammation, and may stimulate the production of collagen when used in specific treatments.

• Peptides: Peptides are short chains of amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins, including collagen in the skin. Peptide injections can signal the skin to produce more collagen, helping to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve skin firmness and elasticity.

• Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy: Though not a filler in the traditional sense, PRP involves injecting a concentration of a patient’s own platelets to stimulate collagen production and cell turnover. This can lead to improved skin texture and elasticity.

• Autologous Fat Transfer: This involves harvesting fat from one part of the patient’s body and injecting it into another area. Along with providing volume, the transferred fat cells can help to stimulate collagen production, enhancing skin quality over time.

Each of these injectable treatments has its own set of indications, benefits, and potential risks. The choice of treatment depends on the specific skin concerns, the desired outcomes, and the individual’s overall health. It’s essential to consult with a qualified healthcare provider or dermatologist to determine the most appropriate treatment for your needs and to understand what results can realistically be achieved.

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