Jalupro skin booster is one of the most popular on the market. Benefits of Julupro include improved skin texture, brightening of the skin and reduced fine lines & wrinkles.
Similar to Sunekos, as it contains amino acids, it helps to stimulate fibroblasts within the skin. Fibroblast cells are responsible for producing collagen, elastin and natural hyaluronic acid. Injectable bio revitalisers such as Jalupro add HA to the dermis, stimulate collagen and elastin and create hydration and stretching of the skin for a variable time. .
Jalupro has the potential to plump & hydrate the skin: Once the product is administered into the dermis, you will notice some instant results, including increased hydration and skin volume, and reduced signs of aging.
Jalupro can treat various indications:
Dark circles and bags under the eyes
Loss of tone
Neck lines & wrinkles
There are two types of Jalupro : Classic & HMW.
Jalupro Classic is more suited to a client who is exhibiting the first signs of skin ageing or to prevent them. Can be used to treat problems areas around the eye. Jalupro Classic generally requires 3 treatments spaced 10 days apart.
Jalupro HMW contains more hyaluronic acid which is suitable for the older person and provides scaffolding for more aged skin, helps with deeper lines requiring more moisture and for deeper scars. This product is recommended to be used is the lower part of the face and neck. Jalupro HMW generally requires 2 treatments spaced 20 days apart.
Results can last up to six months.
Treatment & Events
When Jalupro is administered there will be a slight pain during injection, minor bleeding, bruising in the treatment area, swelling and redness. After injections, your skin will likely have raised red swollen bumps that look like little ant bites, this is normal and usually settles within 48 hours.
There is a small risk of bruising or swelling to the treated areas which can develop in the hours/days afterwards, and it is therefore advisable that the treatment is performed at least 2 weeks before any event. This can be discussed further to help you plan when to have your treatment
Unfortunately some treatments are not suitable for everyone.
Some include: Undergoing chemotherapy, skin cancer pregnant/nursing, HIV/AIDS, rosacea, Solar Keratosis, Acne Vulgaris Stage III-IV, Anticoagulants / Blood thinners (including but limited to Warfarin or aspirin), diabetic, autoimmune disease, taking roaccutane, prone to keloid scarring, active cold sore or acne, sensitivity to HA, allergies to needles, any infection, areas where long lasting filler has been used.
Minor bumps, bumps that resemble insect bites, redness, tenderness at time of treatment which should subside within a few hours.
Anaesthetic cream not needed
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