Profhilo, Skin Booster, Rejuran: What’s the Difference?

Conventionally Hyaluronic Acid (HA) injections does one of the 2 things – Hydration or Volumisation.

Although Profhilo also contains HA it does a lot more in boosting and stimulating 4 types of collagen and elastin. This restores the overall integrity of the skin to achieve a lifting effect.

Profhilo Vs Volite Vs skinbooster (Restylane) Vs biostimulators (Ellanse, radiesse) Vs Rejuran

Treatment regime

Ha concentration

Treatment area

Profhilo

Treatment regime

2 treatment, 1 month apart

Ha concentration

+++

Treatment area

Currently for lower face only

Volite

Treatment regime

Once treatment in year

Ha concentration

+

Treatment area

Full face

Skin boosters (Restylane)

Treatment regime

Once a month x 3 months, subsequent every 6 monthly

Ha concentration

N/A

Treatment area

Full face

Biostimulators

Treatment regime

Once in 2 year

Ha concentration

N/A

Treatment area

Targeted area

Rejuran

Treatment regime

Once a month x 3 months, subsequent every 6 monthly

Ha concentration

N/A

Treatment area

Full face

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These are my views on the difference in effects of each substance. It is not difficult to understand why it’s a winner.

Downtime

Hydration

Collagen stimulation

Skin tightening

Skin lifting

Fine lines

Profhilo

Downtime

+

Hydration

+++

Collagen stimulation

+++

Skin tightening

++

Skin lifting

+++

Fine lines

+++

Volite

Downtime

++

Hydration

+++

Collagen stimulation

+

Skin tightening

++

Skin lifting

+

Fine lines

+++

Skinbooster

Downtime

+++

Hydration

+++

Collagen stimulation

+

Skin tightening

+

Skin lifting

-

Fine lines

+

Biostimulator

Downtime

+

Hydration

+

Collagen stimulation

+++

Skin tightening

++

Skin lifting

++

Fine lines

+

Rejuran

Downtime

+++

Hydration

++

Collagen stimulation

++

Skin tightening

++

Skin lifting

+

Fine lines

++

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