Intradermal Treatment Technique
Sunekos is administered through a series of injections at multiple points on the treatment area, using a needle or cannula. This intradermal treatment technique involves injecting the Sunekos solution into the dermis, just beneath the epidermis, ensuring that the active ingredients reach the targeted area effectively.
During the treatment, your practitioner will carefully inject the Sunekos solution into the designated treatment areas. The injections are typically well tolerated, and any discomfort can be minimised with the use of a numbing cream if necessary. With Sunekos, you can enjoy a comfortable treatment experience and look forward to beautiful, long-lasting results.
Aftercare & Maintenance
To maintain the results of your Sunekos treatment, it is recommended to have follow-up treatments every 5 to 6 months and follow a proper skincare routine. This ensures that your skin remains hydrated, youthful, and radiant for as long as possible. Your practitioner will provide you with specific aftercare instructions tailored to your unique skin concerns and treatment plan.
Comparing Sunekos to Other Injectables
While there are many skin rejuvenation treatments available, Sunekos offers some unique benefits when compared to others.
Sunekos vs. Profhilo
Both Sunekos and Profhilo use hyaluronic acid but they differ in their synthesis as Sunekos has unmodified high and low molecular weight hyaluronic acid in combination with amino acids, whereas Profhilo consists only of high and low molecular weight of Hyaluronic acid.
These treatments also differ in their approach and treatment protocols. Profhilo has designated injection sites, covering only the mid and lower third of the face, while Sunekos can be injected precisely in areas requiring improvement and also cover the forehead and periocular (under eye area). The Profhilo protocol recommends two sessions at least one month apart and a quarterly maintenance. Sunekos requires four sessions, spaced 14 days apart and the results can last up to 6 months.
However, both treatments are effective in stimulating collagen and elastin production, leading to improved skin quality and a more youthful appearance.
Sunekos’ targeted approach and additional hydration benefits make it an attractive option for those seeking a more comprehensive skin rejuvenation solution.
Safety and Approval
Sunekos is a safe and effective treatment option, with CE3 approval in the UK. It is suitable for all skin types, with no contraindications. Some precautions should be taken, such as:
- Avoiding treatment during pregnancy or breastfeeding
- Ensuring you have no known allergy to hyaluronic acid
- Ensuring you have no skin infection at the site of injection
Localised reactions at the injection site are a typical side effect of Sunekos. These reactions can include redness, swelling, tenderness and bruising.
Sunekos does not limit facial muscle movement, ensuring full expression following treatment.
With its proven safety and effectiveness, Sunekos is a trusted solution for those seeking a non-surgical skin rejuvenation option.
In conclusion, Sunekos is a revolutionary injectable treatment that offers a comprehensive solution to various skin concerns, from fine lines and wrinkles to dark circles, laxity and cellulite. Its unique combination of hyaluronic acid and amino acids provides a natural-looking rejuvenation, improving skin hydration, volume, and overall radiance. With its proven safety, effectiveness, and positive patient experiences, Sunekos is the key to unlocking a more youthful, vibrant, and confident you.
Are you ready to embrace the transformative power of Sunekos?