The results of Profhilo are obvious and result in improved skin quality and hydration. One of the major advantages of Profhilo is that it can be used in conjunction with Botox and dermal fillers as it is a completely different treatment to other aesthetics treatments.
So what is Profhilo?
Its basically a liquid injectable moisturiser but instead of applying creams on the skin surface, Profhilo reaches deep into the dermis but does not produce volume in the skin like dermal fillers do.
How is Profhilo administered?
Profhilo is administered as a course of either 2 or 3 treatments 4 weeks apart. It is injected into 5 points of each side of the face, therefore, 10 injections in total.
How painful is Profhilo?
Profhilo is injected into the skin using very fine needles, so it’s relatively painless and may feel like a short sting of scratch. There is also no downtime for Profhilo, meaning it has the nickname as a ‘lunchtime treatment’.
Profhilo at The Hamble Clinic Aesthetic Nurse Stuart has undertaken the official Profhilo training and is authorised to obtain this treatment from selected Pharmacies which ensure the official product is obtained.