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Is Profhilo the Same as Dermal Fillers?

Profhilo is instantly evolving into one of the most demanded skin procedures in clinics all over the country, but how does it operate, and what makes it unique from other injectable procedures?

What is Profhilo?

Profhilo in Singapore is a hyaluronic acid-based treatment injected into your skin to retain moisture across your face, resulting in increased collagen stimulation. Profhilo is administered through microinjection locations throughout the neck or face. This enhances the quality of the skin and improves elasticity exhibition, boosting plumpness which might have disappeared through normal aging.

Profhilo has a high clinically-concentrated hyaluronic acid level, which is the highest standard available today. When administered, the Hyaluronic acid bonds thermally, thus preserving moisture in the skin. Profhilo works as a hydrator rather than a filler, which offers excellent anti-aging results on the skin!

The significance of hyaluronic acid in achieving the desired hydrated, plump, and radiant skin cannot be overstated! Profhilo offers the skin the precise hydration hit for glowing skin since a gram of Hyaluronic acid could store up to six liters of water! This treatment can help promote elastin and collagen, which are two important components of plump, radiant skin.

How Does It Work?

Profhilo in Singapore is administered five times on both sides of your face, and it distributes evenly across layers of the skin, pulling water with it. This treatment plumps the face, reduces wrinkles and fine lines, and increases brightness and dewiness — giving your skin a long-lasting serum-like effect with no serum.

 

What Is A Filler?

Dermal filler is a kind of hyaluronic acid (HA) that has a gel-like consistency. Once injected into certain regions of the face, fillers can change the appearance of features including the nose, lips, and chin. Filler can also be used to shape the face. Wrinkles could also be reduced using dermal fillers. Hyaluronic acid isn’t used in every dermal filler. It is, nevertheless, the preferred option due to its moisturizing properties and water retention.

Profhilo Filler Vs Dermal Filler: What’s The Difference?

While the two of them utilize hyaluronic acid to generate beautiful outcomes, dermal fillers and profhilo fillers work very uniquely. The cosmetic doctor injects the dermal filler to boost certain areas like the cheeks and lips, and it doesn’t usually migrate to the skin surrounding it. In that way, it enhances your biological facial structure to generate plumper lips and more angular cheekbones. Profhilo acts very uniquely because it’s composed of a complete hyaluronic acid, while dermal fillers have other components. Because it’s composed of 100% natural skin substance, it mixes into the skin perfectly and disseminates itself evenly. The procedure keeps levels of moisture in our skin while improving the growth of elastin and collagen, important skin proteins, to freshen our skin from inside and out.

Which Treatment Is Better?

Dermal and Profhilo Fillers are very different from each other. None is better than the other. Basically, it’s all about the best method for your desired results. That’s why we always provide a complete consultation before the procedure.

In general, if you want to rejuvenate your complexion, reduce skin laxity, and improve skin hydration, Profhilo would be the ideal. The procedure takes about half an hour, with results lasting around 6 to 9 months. There is little to no downtime (1 day) and a slight bruising and swelling is common. People often notice skin improvements just after 5 days.

If you want to improve a certain part of your body, for instance your lips, or target skin folds and deeper wrinkles, dermal fillers could help restore the skin structure and augment plumpness. Results could last from 6 to 12 months based on the filler.

Can You Have Profhilo And Dermal Fillers?

Dermal and Profhilo Fillers could work alongside each other to restore plumpness, improve radiance, and develop a younger look. Nevertheless, if you inject dermal fillers in your jaw or cheek area, you’ll have to wait for at least 14 days before getting Profhilo injections.