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Preserving your natural beauty and enhancing your best features

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What is Profhilo

Profhilo is a unique injectable treatment designed to remodel and moisturize the skin. Unlike traditional dermal fillers, it doesn’t aim to alter facial structure or add volume. Instead, it focuses on deep hydration from within. The key ingredient in Profhilo is hyaluronic acid (HA), a naturally occurring molecule in our skin. Profhilo contains both high and low molecular weight HA, strategically injected at key points to disperse evenly across the face. The treatment provides a big slurp of moisture to dehydrated skin, resulting in a juicier, plumper, and firmer appearance. It won’t erase deep wrinkles, but it does improve overall skin quality and reduces fine lines.

How long will my result last?

Profhilo’s effects are long-lasting, typically lasting up to six months. To maintain the benefits, consider getting a top-up every six months. The treatment involves 2-3 sessions, and the results can vary based on factors like age, lifestyle, and skin quality. Collagen stimulation plays a crucial role, especially as we start losing collagen from around age 25. Within the first few weeks, you’ll notice intense hydration, glowing skin, and a reduction in fine lines. Profhilo’s gradual release of hyaluronic acid ensures sustained benefits.

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Risks and side effects

While Profhilo is generally safe, some potential side effects to be aware of include redness and swelling around the injection site, mild bruising similar to other filler treatments, infection and rarely allergic reactions.

Additional Information

Profhilo®, containing low & high molecular weight hyaluronic acid, is a Class III medical device for the treatment of the face and body for contours redefinition and laxity remodelling where skin 
laxity is a problem.  Profhilo has risks and benefits. Do not use with treatments such a laser resurfacing or medium deep skin-peeling. Caution in people on blood thinning medicines. Do not inject into inflamed areas or intravenously or intramuscularly. Possible side effects: pain and swelling at injection site.  Accelagen Pty.  Ltd. Whanganui. 

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