Did you know that our skin typically starts to age around the age of 25? At this time, our bodies naturally start to produce less hyaluronic acid and collagen, with this causing the skin to become increasingly thin, fragile and dehydrated.
Around the face, this can also cause the formation of fine lines and wrinkles, which may make you appear older than you actually are.
Fortunately, there are several non-invasive and non-surgical treatments to help combat this in the modern age, including ‘Sunekos’. But what exactly is this treatment, and why should you trust KG Aesthetics to administer this?
What is Sunekos?
In simple terms, Sunekos is an innovative injectable substance that comprises a unique blend of healthy amino acids and hyaluronic acid.
These entities are naturally occurring within the body and crucial to the retention of healthy and hydrated skin. As we’ve already touched on, however, our bodies begin to produce less hyaluronic acid once we progress past the age of 25, which is why our skin begins to age and showcase overt wear and tear.
Sunekos functions by stimulating the fibroblasts that exist in the skin, encouraging the natural development of hyaluronic acid, collagen and elastin. This contributes to firmer, more hydrated and younger looking skin, without the need for time consuming or invasive treatment.
Is Sunekos Different from a Filler?
Sunekos is built on hyaluronic acid, which is used to create most temporary dermal fillers.
However, this treatment is different as it alters the appearance of the skin by working on an intercellular level to prompt natural healing, rather than physically plumping or restoring the skin around the injection site.
This is thanks largely to the addition of amino acids, which also provide a natural solution to tired, jaded and increasingly soft skin.
How Can KG Aesthetics Help?
We offer Sunekos as one of several non-surgical cosmetic treatments here at KG Aesthetics, with this administered by an accredited and qualified nurse.
In fact, Katie has 12 years’ experience as an NHS nurse, working primarily in the Emergency Room as a sister and clinical lead. As a result and her continued training, she can be relied upon to administer Sunekos and similar cosmetic treatments safely and efficiently, while her work is fully covered by Cosmetic Insure.