How does it work?
HArmoncyCa is composed of Hyaluronic Acid and Calcium Hydroxyapatite, both of which are key to the rejuvenative properties of the treatment.
Over time, loss of volume in the midface (the cheeks and the area directly below) causes descent of facial tissue leading to heaviness in the middle and lower part of the face. This results in more prominent lines in the middle of the face, around the mouth and the lower face and jowls.
Hyaluronic acid restores volume to the midface area which helps to achieve the immediate lifting effect seen following your treatment.
Collagen is an essential scaffold protein that gives smoothness and elasticity to the skin, but its production reduces with age.
Calcium Hydroxyapatite is a bio-stimulator that works by creating a base for fibroblast cells to produce new collagen. This results in an increase in the amount of collagen your skin is able to synthesise, improving both the texture and underlying structure of the skin.
How is it administered?
HArmonyCA is administered via a cannula at three separate points in the cheek area infront of the ear. Numbing cream is applied before your procedure and you will experience minimal discomfort throughout. The procedure itself takes around fifteen minutes.
How long does it last?
The lifting effect from the the Hyaluronic Acid is seen immediately and improves with time, whilst the collagen stimulation is seen in the first few months. HArmoncyCA treatments are recommended once a year to maintain your results.
How much does it cost?
One treatment with HArmoncyCA consists of 2 x 1.25ml syringes. The total cost for one treatment is £650.
How can I book?
You can book directly via our booking page by clicking here. Or if you'd like to find out more about HArmoncyCA, you can book your free video consultation with our aesthetics Doctor, Dr Ryan Taylor, by clicking here
What is HArmoncyCa?
HArmonyCA is the new hybrid injectable from Allergan (manufacturers of Botox® and Juvederm dermal fillers) which offers both the volumising and lifting properties of traditional dermal filler, in addition to the bio-stimulation of new collagen.