The hydrating skin booster that can remodel four types of collagen.
A cutting-edge approach to aging skin, Profhilo is a superficial injectable that hydrates and nourishes the skin by targeting its inner layers. By encouraging moisture to the targeted area and promoting the natural production of collagen and elastin to help to restore elasticity and firmness.
This leaves the skin nourished, tightened and with a lasting lifted appearance. A pure product with no chemical additives, its safe, secure and ideal for those looking for an alternative to more invasive treatments (like dermal fillers), or a natural way to jumpstart the body’s own collagen production process.
The recommendation for Profhilo is two treatments one month apart, with each consisting of five injection points on either side of the face. This ensures optimum comfort and the least amount of downtime. Brightening and youth-enhancing results are visible from as little as two treatments and only needed once or twice a year.
TWO TREATMENTS REQUIRED 4 WEEKS APART.
PRICED PER AREA / PER TREATMENT
AREAS - / FACE / NECK / HANDS / DECOLLETAGE
TREATMENT ADD ON
Anti -wrinkle Injections will relax your muscle velocity during facial expression, leading to a remarkable reduction in strength of "wrinkles" in your forehead and around the eyes.
Our treatment is an advanced form of the traditional anti wrinkle the results are far more natural - you will not look "frozen". Our goal is to maintain natural expression.
Dr Hennah an Advanced Practitioner who has been working to deliver excellence in aesthetics and skincare since 2017. She has a background of over 15 years as an NHS Dr working in emergency and acute medicine and she brings a meticulous eye and total dedication to all her cosmetic work. Patients can expect holistic approach, as well as tailored treatment plans for their skin. In partnership with KICHI she is available for Profhilo, vampire facials, anti wrinkle ,and bespoke facial treatments.
Dr Hennah graduated from the university of London in 2005, with merit in clinical management. She is a published author, having written for the Student BMJ, BMJ and Oxford Specialist Handbooks and was a runner up in the BMA poster prize competition in 2013.
She has worked in the NHS for 7 years in a range of acute specialties including emergency and acute medicine and has post graduate training and qualifications in forensic and medical medicine.
She is a member of ACE and registered with the general medical council.