Deep skin hydration for a more radiant, fresh and natural complexion.
Skin boosters are scientifically proven to improve the condition of the skin for a smoother, more radiant and youthful complexion. They are versatile and effective at delivering deep-skin hydration, which ultimately creates a fresh and natural look. Skin boosters are effective at reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, smoker’s lines as well as revitalising dull dehydrated skin.
WHAT HAPPENS AT MY APPOINTMENT?
At your appointment, we will apply a topical anesthetic to numb your skin. The skinboosters will then be injected into the area that we are treating. You will be in the clinic for about 45 minutes.
HOW LONG DO THE RESULTS LAST?
As these treatments are clinically proven for gradually improving skin quality, it is recommended to have top up treatment every 6 months for maintaining the results achieved in the initial treatment
WHERE ARE POTENTIAL TREATMENT AREAS?
Skin boosters can be used to treat a range of areas including the face, neck, decolletage and hands. They are most commonly used on the lower face and work to improve skin texture and hydration around the mouth, chin, and lower cheek.
WHAT SHOULD I DO AFTER TREATMENT?
Your skin may look a bit red after your treatment but this can be covered with a mineral make-up. Otherwise you can return to your normal skincare routine straight away.
DO I NEED A COURSE OF TREATMENTS?
Skin Boosters are a course of treatments that use micro injections of Hyaluronic Acid to plump and firm the skin to give a more youthful, radiant appearance from within. The course of treatments is two sessions, one month apart.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Skin boosters start at £250 per treatment. A course of 3 is £600.
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
After the course you’ll find that your skin will become smoother, more radiant, and more elastic. As skin boosters are a non-permanent injectable product, the effect gradually diminishes with time. In order to maintain the aesthetic result, top-up treatments are recommended.
WHO WILL I SEE?
Dr Sam Robson