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Liquid facelift helps you grow your own collagen

SCULPTRA: Anna Ryder Richardson is a fan and said my face is fuller and more lifted. SCULPTRA: Anna Ryder Richardson is a fan and said my face is fuller and more lifted.

NOW it is possible to look years younger naturally with Sculptra; a new facial treatment at Medcare Clinic in Benijofar and Alfaz del Pi.

Sculptra is revolutionising the way lines and wrinkles are treated as rather than artificially filling or smoothing them, Sculptra prompts your skin to restore itself naturally by producing the skin’s own youth-giving substance, collagen.

Collagen is the main structural component of the skin and it is the loss of collagen as we age that causes lines, wrinkles and a gaunt, aged look. So there is no better way to restore youthful plumpness and elasticity to the face than by getting the skin to replace its own lost collagen, helping turn back time.

When Sculptra is injected into the face its active ingredient, poly-L- lactic acid, triggers cells called fibroblasts to secrete collagen. Over the coming weeks and months more and more collagen is produced, lines start to disappear, gauntness is improved and skin becomes firmer and younger looking and the effects can last for up to three years.

Before bringing Sculptra to her practice, Medcare’s Dr Najma Hussain undertook a lot of research into the product: “I was looking into a number of different treatments,” she said, “but it was Sculptra that really stood out. The results were very impressive. Its active ingredient occurs naturally in skin, has been used in medical treatments for a long time and is known to be safe. Most of all I liked that the anti-aging itself is natural, it is your own collagen that is filling lines and wrinkles and restoring a youthful look to the face.”

As with all injectable treatments, the results and safety depend on the skill of the practitioner. Dr Hussain is qualified and experienced in all types of anti-aging facial injections and has undergone specialist courses in Sculptra in the UK. She is registered and qualified to administer these procedures in Spain, where only specially trained doctors are legally permitted to administer anti-aging injections.

Book a free consultation to find out how Sculptra can regenerate your looks by calling Medcare on 966 860 258 or emailing [email protected]

Medcare offers a range of anti- aging treatments and all types of cosmetic surgery.

For great deals and special offers join the Medcare Beauty Club. Membership is FREE and you will receive a monthly e-newsletter packed with information about all Medcare’s beauty treatments and promotions.

Plus Beauty Club members get access to exclusive member-only offers. Just email [email protected] with the subject Join Beauty Club.

Call 966 860 258
Email: [email protected]
Visit www.medcarespain.com

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