What is Jalupro? Jalupro is a sterile reabsorbable injectable solution which acts – as dermal biorevitalizer which can be used for the treatment of skin defects and depressions caused by wrinkles and scars. Theres a variation of products under the Jalupro brand that are used for different treatment eg, eyes or bioremodelling… most treatments using Jalupro are recommended to have follow up treatments 10 days apart for best results.
How Long does it take to carry out treatments? JALUPRO treatments can be completed in around 25/30 minutes depending on the area of focus and whether a topical numbing cream is applied prior to the injection.
Jalupro HMW is used for full face bio revitalisation, neck, lips and decollete areas – it combines collagen stimulation with super hydration = making it the perfect treatment for clients over 30 years old. HMW contains more hyaluronic acid which is suitable for the older person and provides scaffolding for more aged skin,helps with deeper lines requiring more moisture and for deeper scars. Jalupro HMW generally requires 2 treatments spaced 20 days apart
Jalupro Classic is well known for its treatment in the eye area giving complete rejuvenation and pushing out fine lines. This product can also be used on stretchmarks and other areas on the body. Jalupro treats dark circles around eyes as well as producing collagen – making it a good option for sun damaged eyes/skin. Jalupro can also be used to prevent dryness around the eyes. Classic is more suited to the younger person who is exhibiting the first signs of skin ageing or to prevent them. Jalupro Classic generally requires 3 treatments spaced 10 days apart.
Novum Aesthetics offer Jalupro in Brentwood and Jalupro at Harley Street. If you would like to book for Jalupro in London or Jalupro in Essex please use the bookings page https://www.novumaesthetics.co.uk/book-appointment/ for more information on pricing head over to https://www.novumaesthetics.co.uk/price-list/.
Side Effects of Jalupro. Although this injectable solution is partly composed of compounds found in the human body, common side effects that may occur are pain,redness, swelling, itching, bruising. However, these side effects usually disappear within two days of the injection.
Who is Jalupro not suitable for? Generally Jalupro is suitable for most people as it contains substances naturally occurring in the body but it cannot be administered to the following;
• Anyone that is pregnant or breastfeeding.
• Any skin infections or irritations in the area to be treated.
• Autoimmune diseases.
• Hypersensitivity to any of drug components
Results last up-to/around 6 months.