Nucleofill vs fillers: What is Nucleofill and how does it compare to fillers?
Bespoke tweakments are the way forwards. They provide more subtle enhancements, and the range of options available and their popularity is on the rise. These days, the general aim of any injectable treatment is that people should notice that you’re looking great, but they shouldn’t be able to detect why. From skin boosters to denser fillers, the latest approaches do just that, focusing on enhancing without making significant changes to the face. Nucelofill is a relatively new injectable in the world of aesthetics – it’s not a filler, and it’s not an HA skin booster – it’s a bio-stimulator for skin rejuvenation and protection. But what exactly does this mean, and how does it compare to fillers? Read on for everything you need to know.
What is Nucleofill?
Nucleofill is a relatively new bio-stimulator for skin rejuvenation and offers three different products for various concerns. It’s designed to help cells retain water, improve skin elasticity and tightness, and aid in the prevention of wrinkles.
Its eye product is a great alternative to tear trough filler and helps decrease lower eyelid puffiness, fine lines, wrinkles and volume loss.
Instead of introducing hyaluronic acid to the skin, as other skin boosters and dermal fillers do, Nucelofill contains polynucleotide-based bio-stimulating gels to help contour, firm and boost collagen, hyaluronic acid, and other essential proteins. It’s not as volumising as filler, but it’s a treatment which produces a very natural look and provides structure to the skin whilst also being deeply hydrating.
Is it right for you?
Nucleofill is excellent for those in their 40s and 50s as it regenerates sagging and dehydrated skin and thickens the tissues.
If you’re concerned about dryness, crepiness, skin laxity, or fine lines and wrinkles on the face or neck, or under-eye crepiness, wrinkles, puffiness or hollows, Nucelofill is well-worth considering. It’s a particularly valuable alternative for patients who may have experienced slight puffiness with HA fillers.
How long does it last?
Nucleofill is injected into the skin with a needle or cannula in two sessions two weeks apart. This can be repeated every three to six months as required.
How does it compare to fillers?
Both are excellent treatments in the right candidate, so ultimately, the right option for you depends on your concerns and treatment goals.
Nucleofill works on skin quality and is used for patients concerned with fine lines and wrinkles and loss of elasticity on the face or neck. It treats various concerns and is an excellent option for under-eye crepiness, puffiness, wrinkles, and hollows.
Fillers, on the other hand, are more suitable for those with significant volume loss, imbalances or those who wish to restore definition. They are used to augment a specific area via a lifting and volumising effect. While they can give the skin greater luminosity, Nucelofill takes a more holistic approach for widespread improvement of the skin whilst stimulating collagen production and smoothing lines and wrinkles.
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Disclaimer: Please be aware that results and benefits may vary from patient to patient taking into consideration factors such as age, lifestyle and medical history.