What is The Beauty Booster?
The Beauty Booster treatment is a minimally invasive facial cosmetic procedure that combines the technology of the V2 Injector and Teosyal Redensity [I] dermal filler.
Using the V2 Injector, we deliver a controlled amount of the Redensity[I] into the top layers of the dermis. Redensity [I]’s mix of anti-aging vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants increases the hydration in the papillary dermis while improving skin recovery. Fibroblasts inside the papillary dermis stimulate new collagen and elastin production, bringing about a thicker and more elastic dermis.
The V2 Injector is the device that delivers the dermal filler injection. The V2 Injector evenly distributes a calculated amount of dermal filler to a precise depth. The Beauty Booster treatment keeps both pain and downtime to a minimum. Clarion Medical designed V2 injector to shorten the duration of the procedure as well as minimize the sensation during treatment by using multiple micro-needles.
The innovative V2 Injector applies suction to the patient’s skin before each injection. The suction helps reduce the sensation in the region and reduces patient’s discomfort. Suction is also essential for the V2 to deliver the dermal filler with a high level of precision & consistency.
TEOSYAL REDENSITY [I]
Teosyal Redensity [I] is a unique Hyaluronic Acid (HA) designed to hydrate, renew, and repair the skin. This solution is a non-crossed-linked HA that incorporates a patented recipe of natural ingredients, including antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids, and minerals. The combination of these components enables the skin to rehydrate, recharge, and repair. In additon, Teosyal Redensity [I] stimulates collagen production.
Redensity [I] is introduced into the papillary dermis, which is the uppermost skin layer. With its pharmaceutical-grade hypoallergenic properties, this component assists in dermal rebuilding.
Unlike cross-linked dermal fillers, Redensity [I] does not leave small lumps of HA under the skin. The thinness of the gel and applying minimal pressure on the tissue additionally gives a low risk of swelling.