The three fundamental biological components that determine your skin’s plumpness, laxity and hydration levels are collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid (aka “HA”—one of a family of something called glycosaminoglycans). Profhilo is an injectable moisturiser which is made up of hyaluronic acid and therefore can help to restore hydration levels. However, it goes a step further and cleverly encourages bioremodelling of the collagen and elastin fibres deep down in the skin, providing additional support for anyone looking to retain or rediscover more youthful-looking skin.
To find out more, I went to the CosmeSurge clinic to talk to Dr Pam Benito about Profhilo—what it is, how and where it’s used, etc.—and to join her for a treatment, which involves needles. Watch the video to discover for yourself what Profhilo does and whether it’s something that would work for you.
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