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NUCLEOFILL VS PROFHILO –




SKIN BOOSTERS WHAT ARE THEY AND WHAT DO THEY DO?


Injectable skin boosters are just that - high grade nutrient stimulators that encourage a burst of hydration, skin cell turnover and regeneration.


Visibly improving skin quality texture and tone.


When it comes to injectables that improve the condition of your skin, two current popular options are Profhilo and Nucleofill.



Unlike traditional standard dermal fillers, these treatments focus on enhancing skin hydration, firmness, and luminosity through micro-injections of a soft gel product.

Profhilo is often referred to as an injectable moisturiser, as it contains high quantities of pure hyaluronic acid (HA) to bio-remodel collagen and elastin while hydrating the skin.


On the other hand, Nucleofill is composed of poly-nucleotides, fragments of molecules that make up DNA, which work to boost skin quality, hydration, and tissue thickness.


While Profhilo gained significant attention in the beauty industry last year, Nucleofill is now creating a buzz in clinics across the country due to its impressive qualities.


WHAT IS PROFHILO?




Profhilo is primarily composed of hyaluronic acid (HA), a powerful moisturising factor naturally present in the skin, muscles, and joints.


Its unique ability to attract and retain water molecules, up to 1000 times its weight, makes it highly effective in hydrating the skin from within, resulting in a fresh and radiant appearance.


As we age, our natural production and breakdown of hyaluronic acid slows down. Profhilo is injected at five points on each side of the face, spreading evenly throughout the skin layers while drawing water along the way. This approach plumps the skin, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and enhances radiance and dewiness. The treatment consists of two sessions spaced four to six weeks apart, and the results typically last for approximately six months.


WHAT IS NUCLEOFILL?



Nucleofill is a relatively new Polynucleotide bio-stimulator designed for skin rejuvenation and protection. This anti-aging treatment aims to help cells retain water, improve skin elasticity and tightness, and prevent the formation of wrinkles.



Unlike Profhilo, Nucleofill offers various products specifically tailored to address different concerns. In addition to skin regeneration, there are options for the neck, eyes, and even the scalp to stimulate hair growth.


KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROFHILO AND NUCLEOFILL


The notable distinction between Nucleofill and more familiar injectables like Profhilo lies in the composition.

Nucleofill is a bio-stimulant gel, rather than hyaluronic acid, but it still effectively stimulates fibroblasts—the main cells responsible for collagen production. Nucleofill directly activates specific receptors on fibroblast cells, resulting in the production of healthy collagen akin to our youth.


While both treatments are highly effective, they are better suited for different candidates. Nucleofill is particularly beneficial for the mature age group, as it regenerates sagging and dehydrated skin while thickening the tissues. Moreover, Nucleofill’s effects tend to last longer than Profhilo, with results lasting up to a year after two treatments.


CHOOSING THE RIGHT TREATMENT FOR YOU


Ultimately, the decision between Profhilo and Nucleofill depends on your specific concerns and treatment goals.


Profhilo excels in providing a radiant glow to the skin by deeply hydrating it and improving light reflection properties.



Nucleofill, on the other hand, is suitable for individuals worried about fine lines, wrinkles, and loss of elasticity on the face or neck. It offers a wide range of applications, including addressing under-eye crepeyness, wrinkles, and hollow areas.


For an even more aggressive assault and defence on and of the continued signs of aging these treatments can be combined together or used individually with other therapies and treatments for THE most effective outcome.











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