Seventy Hyal 2000

What is Seventy Hyal?

Seventy Hyal 2000 is a bio-stimulating, injectable hyaluronic acid (HA) skin booster that aims to improve hydration levels within the skin. Seventy Hyal skin booster also works to simultaneously stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin.

As we age, we lose approximately 1% of our hyaluronic acid stores each year after the age of 30. Thus, resulting in fine lines and loss of facial volume. Seventy Hyal 2000 treats the physiological depletion of HA within the skin via infiltration back into the skin’s dermis.

Seventy Hyal skin booster acts as the perfect skin rejuvenation treatment to improve skin texture and skin laxity whilst adding gentle volume.

“I’m a huge advocate of skin boosters and use them frequently in my practice, but Seventy Hyal 2000 is by far my favourite. The treatment is so versatile, meaning I can individualise it to each of my patients.”

How Does Seventy Hyal Skin Booster Work?

Initially, two to three treatments of Seventy Hyal 2000 four weeks apart will be required to achieve the desired result. In some cases, and depending on initial skin quality, a fourth treatment may be necessary. Treatments will then need to be topped up every six to 12 months, determined by skin quality.

Seventy Hyal 2000 can be used for facial enhancements to create a gorgeous, glowing appearance. Alternatively, this treatment can be used to rejuvenate and refresh the neck area, décolleté and hands.

How Long Does Seventy Hyal 2000 Skin Booster Last?

The longevity of results can vary between individuals. However, results are expected to show almost immediately with full results showing two weeks post-treatment. If you choose not to maintain the skin treatment with further top-up treatments, your skin will return to its pre-treatment state over time.

With a Seventy Hyal skin booster treatment, the downtime is minimal. As with any injectable treatments, a small amount of bruising may appear. However, this should subside within a few days with no long-term effects. Small, localised bumps may appear at the injection points. These will start to diffuse within four to six hours.

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