Profhilo – UK-Famous Hyaluronic Acid Injection Now Available in Singapore

Profhilo Skin Bio-simulator, a famous dermal procedure in the UK, is finally available here in Singapore. The procedure aims to target two aging problems which are the loss of collagen and hydration of the skin. This non-invasive procedure is already available at Sozo Aesthetic Clinic

Singapore, Singapore - February 27, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Beauty enthusiasts in Singapore who would want to have clear and hydrated skin can now head to Sozo Aesthetic Clinic, one of the first clinics in Singapore to offer Profhilo skin bio-simulator.

What started as a trend in beauty and aesthetic clinics in Europe has now made its way to Singapore. Profhilo is a simple and non-invasive procedure that makes one’s skin more hydrated and turns sagging skin tighter by improving fat tissue renewal.

What sets Profhilo apart from the rest is that it reverses skin aging by targeting the foundational causes of aging. These are the loss of collagen in the skin, and reduction in its hydration. Clients willing to try these procedures can expect their skin to be hydrated and have their fine lines and wrinkles treated. This will also boost the levels of collagen and elastin in the skin while lessening the risk of lumpiness. Profhilo also uses one of the highest concentrations of hyaluronic acid that’s available in the market, which ensures the patient the most well-hydrated procedure they can find in the market.

While there are a lot of other dermal procedures out there, Profhilo is one of the latest innovation when it comes to boosting the collagen and elastin in the skin. Aside from it is a non-invasive procedure which should only take five injections per side of the face until results show, it is also proven to give dual benefits to the skin, which is to stimulate both collagen production and hydration.

Get this procedure that’s widely known in the United Kingdom from local clinic Sozo Aesthetic Clinic Singapore. This is a safe-haven for beauty enthusiasts where customers can expect US FDA-approved anti-aging lasers like Ultherapy, INFINI, and fractional lasers. Get clearer and well-hydrated skin from the team over at Sozo.

Sozo Aesthetic Clinic believes in two things: create your beast self; restore what time has taken away. Get the Sozo difference – from getting the results without the downtime and prioritizing your individuality, among other things.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Justin Boey
Email: Send Email
Organization: Sozo Aesthetic Clinic
Address: 1 Raffles Place #05-12/13, Singapore 048616, Singapore
Website: https://sozoclinic.sg/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88948148

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