Your skin’s smooth, youthful texture is maintained by collagen, a protein that naturally occurs in your body. Your body starts to produce less collagen as you age, one of the main causes of wrinkles, lines, and other depressions in your skin. Biostimulators such as Sculptra® and Radiesse® work by stimulating your skin’s natural healing processes to produce more collagen replacing your skin’s lost proteins and restoring the fresher, younger-looking appearance that you deserve.
Nouvelle Aesthetics and Wellness offers two of the best biostimulators available – Radiesse® and Sculptra®. Our experienced staff will assess your skin’s condition and type, consider your cosmetic goals, and develop a customized treatment plan to help you quickly achieve them. If you’re looking to restore your youthful glow, smooth out any fine lines or wrinkles in your skin, or simply maintain a healthy complexion, biostimulators may be the solution you’ve been searching for.
Our clients are proof that these treatments deliver amazing results! Book your appointment with Nouvelle Aesthetics and Wellness Cottonwood Heights, UT, today, and let’s work together to restore your skin’s natural volume and help you achieve the radiant glow that you deserve.
Benefits of Biostimulators:
- Revolutionary solution for rejuvenating your skin
- Stimulate the body’s natural healing process
- Promote the production of collagen and elastin
- Reduce the occurrence of fine lines, wrinkles, and other skin imperfections
- Safe and effective
- Minimal downtime with quick recovery time
- Customized treatment plan to meet your unique needs
Biostimulators are used to rejuvenate the skin, stimulating the body’s natural healing process and promoting collagen and elastin production.
Biostimulator injections are typically performed with a local anesthetic to minimize any discomfort. Most patients report slight discomfort during the procedure.
You can go right back to what you were doing after a treatment. Some mild swelling and redness may occur, but these symptoms will normally subside within a few days.