Sagging skin on your arms or abdomen getting you down? Consider a Profhilo Body treatment.
The revolutionary moisturising treatment stimulates collagen and elastin production to smooth and tighten skin. It also contains hyaluronic acid – a substance that is naturally found in the body – which hydrates skin from deep within.
Profhilo Body is injected in 10 points, before spreading under your skin to get to work improving skin laxity and restoring firmness. Following each treatment, you’ll be provided with a Profhilo Figura Patch and Body Cream, which are used to sooth, moisturise and firm the skin to further boost results.
You can expect to see brighter, firmer and more refreshed skin after a Profhilo Body treatment!
WHY THE NIMMO CLINIC
Your safety is paramount, which is why we’re proudly registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), ensuring compliance with the relevant regulations and standards and adheres to the CQC’s fundamental standards for care, including person-centeredness, safety, effectiveness, responsiveness, and leadership. The Nimmo Clinic is also registered with SaveFace, the only Government Approved Register which is exclusive to Doctors, Nurses, Dentists and Prescribing Pharmacists.
Dr. Martin Nimmo is also a member of The Allergan Medical Institute, developed in partnership with the most eminent specialists in their field, with a curriculum encompassing the latest scientific and clinical education.
After Profhilo treatment, patients will typically experience a small red bumps at the injection sites for around 3 hours after treatment, with the potential for mild tenderness in the treated sight for a couple of days. In areas such as the lips and chin, it is likely the swelling and potential ‘stiffness’ can last up to 24-48 hours after treatment. Occasionally, some patients will have a small localised bruises for a few days following treatment which can usually be covered with concealer if required. Dr. Martin Nimmo will explain all the pertinent and rare risks with you at your consultation to ensure you are fully informed prior to proceeding to treatment.