Sun exposure, polluted air and unhealthy habits all eventually take its toll on our skin, resulting in an uneven, aged and dull texture. We are thrilled to have launched our brand-new treatment, Volite HA Boost, the latest in anti-ageing injectables.
Described by many as ‘the 9 month’ facial’ Volite HA Boost at EF MEDISPA is a skin boosting treatment that aims to improve the skins texture. The treatment uses Juvéderm® Volite™ Dermal Fillers to hydrate, plump and boost the skin, resulting in a more radiant, younger looking appearance. Volite HA Boost involves multiple micro injections of hyaluronic acid, a substance that is naturally occurring in the skin to help improve elasticity and hydration. This treatment is similar to our Anti-Wrinkle Dermal Fillers treatment, the difference being in Volite HA Boost, the hyaluronic acid injections are a smaller and evenly distributed all over the face.
Volite HA Boost is a treatment tailored to each individual and can last between 9-12 months. A common question that comes with this treatment is how it differs from anti-wrinkle injections. These work by blocking the communication between the nerve and the muscles to stop them from contracting and forming wrinkles, Volite HA Boost, harnesses the rejuvenating effect of hyaluronic acid to help plump, rejuvenate and tone the skin for a younger looking appearance.
Tried & Tested
Our recent client shared her feedback after heaving the Volite HA Boost. “Intrigued by the thought of a facial which lasts nine months delivering hydration from within I knew I had to try Volite. The treatment overall was comfortable, there were some ouchy moments, especially on my forehead. Straight afterwards I was slightly reddened but this went overnight, leaving me with a dewy glow. I’ve noticed my skin needs less moisturiser, even in the cooler weather and my skin looks plumper, more radiant with a smoother texture – I love it!” – Milly
For more information about Volite HA Boost at EF MEDISPA, book a complimentary consultation with one of our expert Treatment Coordinators and discuss your treatment options, or give us a call on 020 3811 2727.