As you are getting older, you may have noticed that the texture of the skin on your body is changing and becoming thinner and less elastic. This can happen (especially to women) on arms, knees, thighs, buttocks and abdomen. Many women avoid wearing shorts or sleeveless shirts and feel a lack of self-confidence and embarrassment from these changes.
We all have a busy life and no one really has time for “down time.” Injectables can work wonders in filling out lines and wrinkles but there is a possibility that you may experience some bruising or swelling after the treatment. No injector can guarantee that you will not bruise from injectable treatments, but there are steps you can take to ensure that bruising is minimal and does not have a big impact on your life and social plans!
I am an American Board Certified Physician Assistant who specializes in both aesthetic medicine and medical dermatology. I am excited to be in the Netherlands to help bring a different perspective to the anti-aging market while learning new tips and techniques from Doctors around the world.
Profhilo is the new injectable hyaluronic acid “skinbooster” released by IBSA Italia. The product is getting a lot of buzz due to its unique properties that allows it to not only provide hydrated and glowing skin but also stimulate collagen and elastin.
Do you want a younger, firmer neck and jaw line but you’re not so keen on having an operation? Ultherapy is the treatment that will lift and tighten your skin in a non-surgical manner. Ultherapy can be used to tighten the jawline, minimize jowls, and lift the neck, brows and décolletage. The Ultrasound treatment stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin deep inside the skin.