Cosmetic procedure provider SurgiCare has unveiled a new non-surgical cosmetic treatment that rejuvenates the neck and chest areas.
The technique uses injections of hyaluronic acid (HA) gel to boost the skin's own diminished levels.
This helps to add volume, hydrate the skin and soften lines and wrinkles caused by ageing and sun damage.
Mark Bury, chief executive for Surgicare, explained that the procedure has already become popular in the US, where botox is used instead of HA.
However, he revealed: "We've found that Restylane Vital has proven to be much more effective than botox for rejuvenating the neck and chest areas as it actually fills and plumps up the wrinkles, as well as diminishing the appearance of sun damage.
"Restylane Vital is able to achieve this natural vitality as it actually re-nourishes ageing skin with some of the hyaluronic acid it has lost over the years."
Patients can resume daily activities straightaway after treatment, which usually requires two to three sessions a few weeks apart.
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