What are Skin Boosters? Do I Need Them?

What are Skin Boosters? Do I Need Them?

Today, I’m diving into a topic that can confuse practitioners as well as patients. What are skin boosters and do you need them?

The Confusion Around Skin Boosters

Skin boosters, a term that often leaves both practitioners and patients puzzled. Unlike dermal fillers, skin boosters can be hyaluronic acid-based or bio-stimulators. At Vysana, we’ve decided to simplify things. From now on, all our injectable products that aren’t dermal fillers but fall under these categories will be labeled as skin boosters.

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The Importance of Skin Health

Our skin is a reflection of our overall health. From pigmentation to fine lines, rough textures, and breakouts, we all have unique skin concerns. At Vysana, we offer complimentary skincare plans through Get Harley to address these issues and guide you towards radiant skin. We can also advise on what treatments we think will work best for your skin. Don’t worry if you can’t make it to clinic, we offer a virtual consultation as well. Now let’s take a look at skin boosters.

A Closer Look at Skin Boosters

Skin boosters are a revolutionary approach to skincare, designed to deliver deep hydration and stimulate the skin’s natural collagen and elastin production. But what exactly are they, and at what age should one consider using them? Let’s break it down.

What are they?

At their core, skin boosters are hydrating micro-injections that go beneath the skin’s surface. Unlike traditional fillers that add volume or change the structure of the skin, skin boosters work to improve the skin’s overall quality by increasing its hydration levels. This results in smoother, more radiant, and youthful-looking skin.

Key Ingredients:

The primary ingredient in most skin boosters is hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in our skin. Hyaluronic acid acts like a sponge, attracting and retaining moisture, which helps keep our skin hydrated and plump. Over time, our natural reserves of hyaluronic acid diminish, leading to drier and less resilient skin. By reintroducing it through skin boosters, we can restore that youthful bounce and glow.

When Should You Consider Skin Boosters?

Whilstb they can be beneficial at any age, they are especially recommended for individuals in their late 20s and beyond. This is when the first signs of aging, such as fine lines and reduced elasticity, start to appear. However, the beauty of skin boosters is their versatility. For younger individuals, they can act as a preventive measure, ensuring the skin remains hydrated and resilient. For those in their 30s, 40s, and beyond, skin boosters can rejuvenate and restore, addressing age-related dryness and loss of luminosity.

In Conclusion:

Skin boosters are a fantastic addition to any skincare regimen, offering a tailored solution to maintain and enhance the skin’s natural beauty. Whether you’re looking to preserve your youthful glow or combat the signs of aging, skin boosters could be your skin’s new best friend.

Skin Problems – In Clinic or Online

If your skin is suffering, please don’t hesistate to book an appointment to see us in clinic or if you can’t get to the clinic we also have virtual options. You can book through our website or call 01572 827085.

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