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How does Viscoderm Hydrobooster work?

With it’s unique stabilised ingredients, Viscoderm relies on cross linked ultrapure Hyaluronic Acid to not only offer incredible hydration to the skin for optimised radiance, but also tissue restructuring to help smooth and stretch the appearance of wrinkles. It’s gel formula is deformation-defiant and integrates synergistically with your skin to offer natural and long lasting results, leaving you with natural, long-lasting results.

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Where can Viscoderm Hydrobooster be administered?

At your initial consultation with one of our skilled team, we will be able to advise you with the best treatment for you. Viscoderm is particularly effective in the dynamic areas of the face, where movement is excessive and wrinkles develop easiest. These are around the eyes and temples; around the mouth; and across the forehead.

Is Viscoderm Hydrobooster treatment painful?

  • At LumaDoc, our patients are our priority and we go above and beyond to ensure your complete comfort throughout all of our procedures. You may experience some slight discomfort during your procedure, but this will not last and you will be able to return to your day shortly after your treatment. Afterwards, it’s likely that your face might feel slightly uncomfortable, but this will subside in a day or two. You can expect to start developing noticeable results after two weeks which will continue to improve up to 8 weeks from the initial treatment.

How often do I need treating with Viscoderm Hydrobooster

  • We recommend a review at eight weeks after your initial treatment but unlike Profhilo you do not require a second procedure unless recommended by one of the clinicians. We recommend treating every 6 months  but this can be reduced if you feel the effects are wearing off.

How much does Viscoderm Hydrobooster cost?

250 per treatment

Contact LumaDoc today

With the huge range of available treatments, clients are sometimes unsure what to choose. Your doctor will help to devise a treatment plan with you during your free consultation. Reach out today!

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