Skin Boosters Is the Next-Level Cosmetic Treatment That Dermatologists Swear by for Completely Luminous Skin
Every dermatologist is raving about them RN.
From a humble facial to sophisticated mesotherapy, there are a plethora of beauty treatments on offer to give you that coveted lit-from-within glow.
The latest treatment promising to give skin a new lease of life? Skin Boosters - a cosmetic treatment designed to deliver deep-skin hydration that every dermatologist is raving about RN.
"The reason skin-boosting treatments are becoming so popular is mostly because they’re completely safe, non-invasive with minimal downtime and are recommended for any age group," says Aesthetic Dermatologist, Ruxana Kazi, Member of the International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology and one of Pakistan’s top dermatologists.
Restylane Skin Boosters is a filler treatment used to improve skin hydration, firmness and luminosity, through micro-injections of a soft gel-like substance called hyaluronic acid filler into the skin. The Skin Booster treatment uses a very thin filler which is scattered across the face via multiple microinjection (it can also be used on the neck, chest or hands) to create tissue hydration without affecting the face's contour.
"We use different vitamins, collagen, growth factors, plasma and fillers to boost skin," says Kazi. "With time, techniques have improved and the market for Skin Boosters is huge."
On a more scientific level, Restylane Skin Boosters alter the skin's ageing process by bringing back hyaluronic acid into the skin. When injected, the hyaluronic acid molecules start to absorb water up to 200 times their weight, giving hydration to the skin from inside out. With excellent and advanced hydration, the skin looks plumper, brighter, and more youthful. At the same time, the Restylane Vital refreshes collagen production once injected, giving long term, anti-ageing effects.
"Giving skin a firmer, smoother appearance with a natural glow due to better hydration, this procedure is completely painless and hugely popular," added Kazi.
BY IZZAH KAZI
This article first appeared in Glamour Magazine UK.