At the end of 2018 we introduced a brand new course to the Cosmetic Courses, Rederm- The Injectable Skincare. Offering the latest in skincare and injectables combined into a results driven anti-ageing treatment.
Redermalization ™ is a non-surgical procedure harnessing the power of Succinate and Hyaluronic acid. Both components are physiological (prevalent in human tissue) making the product hypoallergenic, safe and very effective. The product is injected to stimulate collagen & elastin and reject pigmentation to achieve youthful healthy looks without going under the knife.
Redermalization guarantees skin protection by minimizing damage from infammatory and oxidizing agents as well as preventing against chronic inflammation and slowing down endogenous protein destruction due to its high molecular mass of sodium hyaluronate (2.5 mln DA). Also correcting premature signs of ageing and helping to eliminate hyperpigmentation.
The treatment can be used in different ways to combat a variety of age related concerns:
- Dark circles around the eyes
- Crêpe like skin
- Fine lines & wrinkles on the face, neck, and decolletage
- Face & Body skin laxity
- Skin hydration
- Photo ageing
- Treatment of scars and stretch marks
- Sodium Hyaluronate
- Sodium Succinate
- Succinic Acid
What is the downtime after Rederm treatment?
Downtime varies between patients, on average this is 2-3 days, raised red bumps under the skin may be visible for up to 72 hours although this can be covered with makeup.
Where can Rederm treat?
Around the eyes, neck, full face, décolletage and backs of hand.
What is the differences between Rederm & Profilho?
Whilst both rejuvenating treatments, Rederm is injected to specific areas rather than fixed points. The ingredients also differ between products with Rederm using hyaluronic acid to boost results and succinic acid to help treat pigment.
How much is the cost of Rederm as a Cosmetic Courses model?
Around the eyes £125 per treatment or £300 for a course of 3. Face neck, décolletage and backs of hands £150 or £375 for a course of 3.