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Customers can disguise the appearance of fine lines or add definition to the face thanks to 1ml of dermal lip or 2ml Profhilo filler
Also known as injectable facial filler, this treatment aims to reduce the visibility of fine lines and revitalise the skin.
A soft-tissue filler is injected into the skin in a series of small injections, applied with a fine needle, across a 30- to 60-minute session. Most fillers are composed of proteins, hyaluronic acid or biosynthetic polymers, or a combination of these. Results usually vary depending on the type of skin and filler used.
Most common treatment areas include lips, jawline, crow’s feet and between the eyes.
Mild redness and swelling may occur, which will eventually fade away with time - usually within a day, but this may last up to one week in some people. Customers are advised to avoid coffee, alcohol, hot drinks and the sun within 24 hours of treatment, and apply cold compresses or ice packs to alleviate the swelling.
Treatment with Profhilo improves skin tone, texture, hydration and overall radiance. It can help to increase firmness and elasticity and promote healthier and softer-looking skin. Profhilo is most commonly used for facial areas, but can also be used to rejuvenate the neck, decollete, arms, knees and hands
Dr Makarious Awad is a medical and aesthetic doctor. Dr Mak completed his Bachelor in Medical Sciences with Honours in 2012 at the University of Nottingham. In 2014 he went on to successfully complete his undergraduate medical studies at the Queen’s Medical Centre, University of Nottingham and attained a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree. He successfully achieved a Masters Degree with Merit in Aesthetic Medicine at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Dr Mak has worked in numerous medical and surgical disciplines in various hospitals across the United Kingdom. As his passion for Aesthetics developed, so too did his desire to pursue further postgraduate training in clinical medicine. His main passion is the continuity of high quality and tailor-made patient-centred care. Therefore he continues to train to become a GP as well as pursue medical aesthetic treatment. His main interests lie in facial aesthetics, hair restoration, regenerative medicine and the use of intravenous vitamin and antioxidant therapy to promote anti-ageing and general wellbeing.