Anti-Ageing Skin Care London
For face, neck, décolleté and hands
LIPOSKILL is a process to create your own personal supply of Adipose Derived Cells to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and stimulate your personal supply of collagen-producing cells and growth factors to reverse the effects of skin ageing. It works by collecting a very small amount of fat tissue, extracting the Adipose Derived Stem Cells and injecting them directly into the skin tissue. About two weeks after the small fat collection almost ten vials of Adipose Stem Cells are produced. Around ten million cells are used for the first treatment and the remaining cells are frozen for future use.
Collagen is the key to smooth, wrinkle-free skin. As we age we lose some of our collagen and develop wrinkles. Collagen cannot be synthesized artificially, it can only be produced by skin cells. Preserve your ADCells today and put a stop to skin-ageing.
LIPOSKILL is a natural method that does not rely on injecting any artificial components into the skin. Treatments such as Wrinkle Relaxing Injections can reduce the effect of wrinkles, but they cannot restore youth to your skin. They will smooth out the wrinkles but still leave you with ‘old looking’ skin, so we recommend LIPOSKILL even before a wrinkle reducing treatment.
Initial results are visible in 2-3 weeks and the gradual increase of the collagen and elastin are produced by the natural activity of the implanted cells. The younger the skin cells the quicker the results. You will continue to see gradual results for 6 months to a year.
The reduction in the appearance of fine lines and the improved skin texture are the most obvious results. The skin looks smoother, healthier and brighter.
What to expect?
- Improvement of skin texture
- The thickness of subcutaneous collagen improves
- Fine wrinkles and other signs of ageing disapper
- Your skin will have an overall healthier and fresher look
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