world but has been used to treat injuries in medicine for many years
It works by collecting a sample of blood and putting it in to a centrifuge which extracts the rich growth factors, fibroblasts, platelets and stem cell makers.
The most effective way to stimulate new skin is by using a dermaroller over the top layer of the face to activate the healing process and massaging in the rich plasma.
These growth factors activate multipotent stem cells already in the skin and ‘trick’ them in to thinking there has been an injury and new younger tissue should be generated.
This effectively helps improve the appearance of wrinkles and acne scaring. As well as rejuvenate, tighten, plump and volumise the skin giving a youthful appearance.
It is recommended to have a course of three treatments, a month apart, to achieve the best results.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does it hurt?
Inside the filler is lidocaine which begins working once injecting starts which can ease discomfort.
How long does it last?
Everybody is different and lifestyle factors can contribute to the longevity of the dermal filler.
Factors which can affect this include individual skin type, skin condition, area treated, lifestyle, age and choice of filler.
Are there any risks involved?
These issues should be discussed with your aesthetic practitioner to ensure you know he or she is properly qualified and that you are in safe hands.
How does it work?
Once injected the fillers provide support and structure to the skin giving a plumped and youthful appearance.
Very professional definitely recommend thanks again Victoria
10th April 2018
1ml syringe – £200
2ml syringe – £400
Cheek, Jaw or Chin Enhancements
1ml syringe – £250
2ml syringe – £400
3ml syringe – £500
4ml syringe – £600
Victoria Rose Aesthetics LTD will always endeavor to help you achieve your best results however treatment plans, results, discomfort and longevity will vary from person to person