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XELA REDERM - Skin RedermalizationTM

RedemalizationTM  is a course of treatment using a combination of Hyaluronic acid and Succinic acid to increase collagen and elastin production which restores a youthful bounce and structure to your skin. The effectiveness of this new generation injectable anti-ageing product is proven by clinical studies, which shows dramatic improvement in the skins appearance and long-term results. Xela Rederm is known to be hypoallergenic and safe with high biocompatibility.

Xela Rederm tackles the following;

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Dark circles around the eyes

  • Pigmentation of the skin (dark spots/patches)

  • Dehydration

  • Stretch marks

  • Scars (Acne, surgical or accidental injury)

  • Loss of elasticity

  • Crepe like skin

 

 Xela Rederm can be used on these areas of

 the body;

  • Face

  • Eyes

  • Décolletage 
  • Hands
  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Stomach


Hyaluronic acid and Succinic acid are both naturally found within the skin.  Hyaluronic acid is known for its hydrating properties, which addresses the first causes of ageing - dehydration.  This leads to premature skin ageing and the development of lines and wrinkles. Succinic Acid is a powerful antioxidant present in every living cell.  Succinic acid stimulates collagen and elastin production, energises and detoxifies the skin cells. Succinic Acid also blocks free radicals and powerful restorative properties.  It has also been clinically proven to reduce pigmentation.  The combinations of these 2 acids have an extremely powerful and lasting effect on the skin.


Other injectable treatments target the tissue beneath the skin – whereas Xela Rederm is injected directly into the skin itself – treating the actual problem rather than just plumping from below.

What are the benefits of Redermalization ?

  • More youthful looking Skin

  • Improved complexion

  • Improved elasticity

  • Reduction of wrinkle depth and length

  • Skin lifting

  • Improved skin tone and appearance of pigmentation

  • Improved Hydration

  • Acne scarring and Stretch-mark improvement

 

What does a Redermalization treatment involve ?

First, a numbing cream is applied before the procedure

to avoid any discomfort.  The Xela Rederm is then

injected into the skin using multiple tiny injections.

A WOW mask is then applied.

For optimal results, 3-6 treatments are required,

dependent on the skin quality, with 2-3 weeks

between each session.

What occurs after the treatment ? 

Directly after the treatment, there will be very small

bumps where the product has been injected. These

bumps dissapear over a few hours once they are

absorbed into the deeper layers of the skin. The

result is plumper, firmer and more hydrated skin.

Apart from the bumps, there may be some mild

redness and a chance of some small bruises. 

What are the potential side effects ?

Most side effects are mild or moderate in nature

and usually last less than 7 days . The most

common side effects include it a temporary bumps

under the skin.  this absorb into the skin fairly

quickly.  It is possible to have some bruising,

tenderness, swelling, itching and discolouration

but, these are rare and usually resolve without

further intervention.

 

Is there anyone that cannot be treated ? 

Pregnant women
Breastfeeding mothers 
Hypersensitivity reaction to HA or any other

injectable cosmetic dermal filler 
Severe allergies 
An active cold sore

How long does the treatment take?

depending on the area being treated this could be 30-60 minutes

How long will the results last?

Results can last from anything from 6 months to 1 year

 

Is there any recovery time?
Most people can go back to work the following day.  However, some may find that they require an additional day.


 

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