Does supplementing with different substances through infusion make a difference to our health?

Certainly each of us has at some time in our lives taken various nutritional supplements or pharmaceuticals, which we have started to take for various purposes. Whether it’s boosting immunity, preventing disease, improving mental health, relieving pain, and so on. It is about influencing our health based on some of our subjective feelings and based largely on our own discretion. It is important to know the difference between a dietary supplement and a medicine. These characteristics directly define for us the revenues of the MoH and the MoPRV SR.

Nutritional supplements – are foods to supplement the natural diet which are concentrated sources of nutrients such as vitamins and minerals or other substances with a nutritional or physiological effect, singly or in combination. Dietary supplements shall be placed on the market in dosage form (…) so that they can be taken in measured small unit quantities Dietary supplements shall be manufactured according to the principles of good manufacturing practice.

Medicinal product – a medicinal product or a mixture of medicinal products and excipients modified by a technological process into a pharmaceutical form and intended to protect against disease, to diagnose disease, to cure disease or to influence physiological functions.

From our practice, we are increasingly encountering the request from patients to inject various substances directly into the vein, we perceive several aspects of why this is happening. The most common aspects include: lack of time on the part of patients, the need to resolve a health problem quickly, busy and unavailable public health appointments, and previous downplaying/unwillingness to address patients’ health problems by other health professionals.

On a daily basis, we see requests for immunity support, pain relief, mental health support for increased stress loads, and overall health support. All of these requirements can be addressed to some extent with supportive therapy directly into the vein. Of course, some treatments need to be discussed with a doctor first, possibly supplemented with blood tests to make the treatment meaningful.

Supporting the immune system is most often done through the application of vitamin C directly into the vein. It has been known for years that vitamin C can reduce oxidative stress and is an important immunomodulator in the processes of fighting various types of infections. When administered directly into a vein, it reaches 65 times greater plasma levels than if taken orally (directly through the mouth). Such vitamin C supports the immune system, hydrates the skin, improves skin tone, improves symptoms of long cavida, reduces high histamine levels, supportive treatment of alopecia (hair loss), combination in analgesic (pain relieving) treatment, poorly healing wounds, osteoporosis, endocrine, or vascular diseases.

The relaxing infusion contains minerals to relax muscles and reduce stress, vitamins to support the nervous system and reduce fatigue, amino acids to relax and reduce stress, antioxidants to combat oxidative stress, and electrolytes to help maintain hydration and promote overall health.

Pain relief infusion, or also analgesic infusion. This is a type of treatment that we try to cure different types of pain, most commonly musculoskeletal pain. Before this kind of treatment, of course, it is necessary to have an examination with our doctor so that he/she can correctly select the type of medicine and other drugs/supplements with an effective administration scheme. With this type of infusion, we must remember that our goal is pain relief and not to suppress the primary disease causing the pain, so that we do not neglect the primary diagnosis.

Last but not least, we must not forget to mention the infusion, which is tailored to each patient. This is a complex infusion, maintaining a strong and resilient immune system is key to the overall well-being of the body and mind. This treatment is preceded by an examination by a doctor and blood and urine tests. So that we can target the substances that the patient is lacking.

So, to summarise, the role of administering substances obviously has a significant role to play in supporting our health, both physical and mental. Of course, we must not forget about a varied and nutritious diet and hydration of our body. Of course, let’s keep in mind that this is primarily a supportive treatment to maintain full health or to support a return to full health.


Compendium of Medicine, IV. International Congress on Supportive Therapy with Infused Vitamin C, 2023
Decree of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Slovak Republic and the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic of 25. July 2007 No. 16826/2007OL, which issues the title of the Food Code of the Slovak Republic regulating the requirements for foods for special nutritional purposes and for food supplements
Act No. 140/1998 Coll. on medicinal products and medical devices (as amended)

The well-known doctor Sandra Novotná Rozborilová openly admitted: Cream does not smooth wrinkles!

Skin doctor Sandra Novotná Rozborilová named a new series of cosmetic products after herself because she prepared it for herself. There is always a lot of interest in such products, but she is honest with her patients and would never lie to them that her cream will smooth out wrinkles. There is no such thing. Her products help differently.

You started making creams when there was no botulinum toxin and other methods for quick facial rejuvenation. Were creams the only way to take care of your skin at that time?

Not only was it the only one, but thirty years ago there weren’t even as many topical creams as there are today, with every active ingredient you can think of and prescription for. As a novice doctor, I was in charge of writing out prescriptions to the pharmacy to make ointments and solutions for the entire department, like every other novice in the clinic. We had a thick workbook of individual medicines in various ointment bases that had been handed down for generations. Alongside this, I’ve also been experimenting with making creams for my own use. I tried to see what worked for what problem, and when I needed something specific, I had to have it made at the pharmacy. The skin doctors knew what the skin needed, but also didn’t need.

Is that why they all had such nice skin?

Exactly. I noticed as a medical student that the more experienced leatherwomen had very nice skin. I still remember their old rule “less is more” – especially when I see the consequences of using a lot of cosmetics, complicated routines and frequent rotations in the clinic. The skin’s protective barrier is broken, or the skin becomes sensitised and an allergy develops. That’s the problem. The person then ceases to tolerate even a minimal amount of the substance to which he or she is allergic. Worse, various cross-reactions arise and the skin ceases to tolerate almost everything. Some moderation in the use of cosmetics really pays off.

However, not every dermatologist makes her own creams, so there was probably something more behind it for you…

Somehow I got caught up in it. (smile) I studied a lot, observed the cosmetic habits and bad habits of the patients in my practice, and why some have to go for more frequent procedures, while for others the effect lasts longer. I was inspired and fascinated by the history of medical cosmetics. Today many people don’t even know it, because everything in aesthetic medicine is commercialized, but back in the fifties there was an institute in Slovakia that dealt with the treatment of aesthetic defects on the skin. I have to say that even by today’s standards it was an institute that had fantastically developed standards for the treatment of skin problems, it also had its own line of cosmetics. To this day, Katka Traubnerová, a chemist with whom I still work, is very active in this field.

How was your first cream created and sold?

I started mixing it for my own use. I have been using it daily for thirty years. I combined various inherited recipes and gradually modified it. I have extremely dry skin and I had a hard time finding quality cosmetics that didn’t cost hundreds of euros. But the first basic line was one lotion, one nourishing and one moisturizer. But then I was pushed forward by my clients. When I opened the clinic, I kept track of what was bothering them and what they would need in their daily care. It is one thing to have aesthetic treatments, which you can have once every six months, but it is very important to take care of it on a daily basis. It also determines how often you need to go for mesotherapy, Botox or laser.

Today, you also have serums, shampoos and elixirs, and even Vilo Rozboril’s husband is said to be behind the sale of your cosmetics through the e-shop. Is that true?

Since my clinic is located in Palisády, where many diplomats live, various clients from abroad came to see me.Thanks to the fact that I helped them with their skin problems, but also on the level of aesthetic medicine, after leaving Slovakia they had my cosmetics brought abroad through friends. I felt that my products had more potential, but I still didn’t have the courage or ambition to expand beyond the clinic. And yes, it wasn’t until Vilo convinced me about the e-shop and the idea of introducing myself to a wider public. It went better than I expected, so I moved the whole production process from the clinic to the production line, where the creams are produced under the conditions designed for the production of pharmaceuticals. The sales from our shelves have gone through distribution networks to the drugstores.

What is the most important thing you take into account when making the cream? Will it be for older, younger, men, women or by skin type?

The basic cosmetic line is divided according to skin type – dry, oily, mixed. There’s nothing worse than a person with oily skin buying a heavy nourishing cream because they like the active ingredient it contains. The vehicle, i.e. the base in which the active ingredients are mixed, determines whether the cream suits you or not, in layman’s terms. Of course, for mature skin, additional care is also recommended, i.e. various serums.

So how is a new cream created? I’ve noticed that there’s always something else in fashion and all the creams contain either hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, vitamin A….

When I decide on a new product, I am usually drawn to a new molecule that I read about in the literature. Then, together with the chemist, we search which lab in the world we could get hold of it. Most often it is from the USA, Switzerland or Germany. The second motivation for me is a problem that I want to solve, and I am looking specifically for active ingredients. The chemist starts mixing several creams based on my recipe and brings them to me for testing. First I try it on myself, friends and family, and if it suits us, the cream goes into normal lab testing for toxicity, stability, bacteriological safety, etc. At the end of this, there is one big book that contains a number of permits for the product to be sold in the EU.

Speaking of molecules and active ingredients, what’s the most in demand right now?

Hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, vitamin A, bakuchiol as an alternative to retinol for sensitive skin and pregnant and lactating women, ceramides, coenzyme Q, peptides, amino acids….There are studies on all these substances that talk about their influence on the prevention of skin aging. But at the same time, we need to be truthful with our clients and say that no cream will remove wrinkles. The cream is used preventively. This is not a curative method, but a preventive method that can prevent premature aging. When someone promises you that a cream will remove wrinkles, they are lying. Our skin is not a sponge, but a barrier that protects us, from external influences. If our skin were permeable to good substances, it would be permeable to bad ones, and thus our body would be at great risk. Due to this defensive function of the skin, we cannot deliver really effective substances to such places and in such concentrations that they balance wrinkles. There are other methods for this. It is similar with pigment spots, for example. There are a number of substances that have promising clinical data, but in practice most women end up having laser removal.

What good are serums if they don’t even deliver the active ingredient deeper into the skin?

I love serums. These are preparations in which the active substances are in higher concentrations. Therefore, they are used as a combination for more mature skin or if we are dealing with a specific problem. The point is that with the right combination of creams and serums we can prevent wrinkles.

What do you like most about your brand?

I’m a minimalist because less is more when it comes to skincare. Skin is beautiful when it is healthy and properly cared for. The cream doesn’t have to smell or have spectacular packaging. People who have had intolerances or allergies and can no longer use tap water on their faces because they can’t tolerate it can tell you about it. There is no need to fall for the trend of a skin routine consisting of twenty steps and various abrasive peels, because the skin surface is unnecessarily disturbed.

Is price important in skin care? Is it true that the more expensive the cream, the better the quality?

Certainly not. A lot of the price is marketing and the brand itself. Do you know how many people work to promote well-known global brand creams? They all have to be paid for, and the person who buys the cream pays for it.

Going back to those molecules…Is there one that is so expensive that nobody has it?

There has been a lot of talk recently about whether it would be a good idea to put botulinum toxin in a cream to stop sweating, for example. But even the best labs in the world can’t process it, they can’t find a carrier to get the molecule to its destination, the point where the excitement is transmitted from the nerve to the muscle on the interstitial plate. This confirms the previous, that even we can’t get the active ingredient as deep into the structure where we need it. If that were the case, we wouldn’t use any injections and aesthetic dermatology would cease to exist.

What is important when buying a cream or serum?

What type of skin you have. Oily needs a light emulsion with urea or ceramides. Dry skin, on the other hand, a cream with a strong occlusive effect and various serums can be applied underneath.

We know at least five celebrities who can’t get enough of your semi-fat cream and have been buying it for years. Is this the product you are most proud of?

I am very proud of Superelixir. It’s a cream for dry skin, which is what I have, so that’s why I’ve been developing it. I inherited the recipe from Mrs. Edith, my friend’s mother, who is no longer alive. She worked as an instrument maker at the first plastic surgery clinic in Partizánská Street in Bratislava, where children with burns were also treated. There was a burn cream that I took the base from and added other active ingredients from the anti-ageing spectrum. I’m also proud of this latest 24-hour ultra facial with ceramides, which has absolutely state-of-the-art ceramides. It’s designed for those with extra dehydrated skin, but also for those who don’t want to moisturize. And thus it is very good for men as well.

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Intimate health is a topic that needs to be talked about

On a subject like health, we need to ask more and more questions, as we have in the past. Why take responsibility for your health into your own hands? What all goes into building a relationship with your own health? Why is prevention important? What is the role of self-education?

It is not only with all these questions that one comes to confront during one’s lifetime. But in order to be able to ask the right questions at all, it is important to realise that we need to have a certain level of knowledge about the functioning of our own body.

If we look objectively, nothing is happening to advance sex education or to expand health education in Slovakia. And this is a common problem we encounter in everyday practice. People don’t know how their own body works, how the different organ systems work and how they are interconnected. Of course, we do not expect expertise in the anatomy and pathology of the organism, but often these are deficiencies at an elementary level.

What is health anyway? Health is defined by the WHO as: “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. Already with this definition we can notice that it is the interconnection of all aspects of the body’s functioning with regard to health. In today’s 21. century, we increasingly need to realise that a holistic, that is, a holistic view of health must be a given, and that each individual has health in his or her own hands. It is only then that we can see prevention in the area of our own health as a benefit to ourselves.

Prevention, i.e. the avoidance of disease, is divided into:
  • Primary, i.e. a set of activities to reduce exposure to risk or reduce the incidence of new diseases (e.g. vaccination, health education, self-examination, …),
  • secondary, a set of activities that serve to catch the disease and prevent its further spread (collection of biological material, various types of testing methods, …)
  • tertiary, it is already a set of activities aimed at preventing complications and worsening of the disease.
So, since we know what prevention is, let’s take a closer look at it from the perspective of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) – as the name suggests, these are diseases whose mode of transmission, i.e. infection, is unprotected oral, vaginal or anal sexual intercourse. The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases can be divided into the following points:
  • genital and breast self-examinations, this is the fastest and most effective way to find out the level of our intimate health (breast and testicular examinations can be done regularly in the natural environment of the home without unnecessary stress),
  • Genital and breast examinations by a doctor, regular preventive gynaecological, urological and venereological check-ups play an important role in the prevention of cancer, sexually transmitted diseases and we must not underestimate their importance,
  • HPV vaccination (HPV virus – causes an increased likelihood of developing various types of cancer),
  • the use of condoms, also as a tool to protect your own health.
It is often forgotten that we can also have a targeted preventive examination by a dermatovenerologist or a venereologist. Dermatovenerology, more commonly known as “dermatology,” is a medical specialty concerned with skin diseases and their treatment, but is not often known for its focused attention on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Every preventive, but also targeted examination (i.e. when the individual already has some symptoms) consists of taking a medical history (i.e. a thorough interview with the patient) and then taking biological material. Subsequently, the collected material is examined in the laboratory for various types of jaundice, HIV, syphilis, gonorrhoea, HPV virus and various types of other microorganisms that cause various symptoms and discomforts. But we cannot forget that these symptoms may not even appear at all at the beginning of a possible disease.

So let us always remember that we have the responsibility for our health in our own hands and let us link our sex life and prevention in it as one of our priorities. After all, even Maslow, in his pyramid of needs, included sex life among our basic needs, so let us also include prevention among our basic priorities.


Basic Characteristics

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty is an aesthetic surgical procedure often performed to restore a younger and fresher appearance to the eyes. This procedure is popular among those who feel uncomfortable due to excess skin and fat on the upper eyelids. In this article, we will go through the process of blepharoplasty, its benefits, and what you can expect during and after the procedure.

Procedure of Eyelid Correction and Duration of the Surgery

The operation takes approximately an hour, under sedation and local anesthesia. We finish it by applying a dressing for a few hours.

Importance of Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty has many advantages:

  • Removal of excess skin and fat: This procedure removes excess skin and fat, which can cause difficulties in opening the eyes and create a tired-looking appearance.
  • Rejuvenation and refreshment of appearance: Blepharoplasty helps create a smoother and younger appearance of the eyes, which can contribute to overall facial rejuvenation and improve self-confidence.
  • Improved visibility: Excess skin on the upper eyelids can interfere with peripheral vision. By removing this obstacle, blepharoplasty can improve visibility and comfort.

Process of Blepharoplasty

  • Consultation: Prior to the actual surgery, a consultation with a plastic surgeon is essential. During this consultation, you will discuss your goals, ideas, and the surgeon will provide detailed information about the procedure.
  • Surgery: Upper eyelid blepharoplasty is usually performed under local anesthesia and is typically an outpatient procedure. The surgeon removes excess skin and fat from the upper eyelids, and if necessary, can also adjust muscle structures.
  • Recovery: After the procedure, you will have dressings, and there may be mild swelling and bruising around the eyes. You will need to follow the doctor’s instructions regarding wound care, pain medication, and restrictions on physical activity.

Expected Results and Duration of Effect

After undergoing blepharoplasty, you can expect:

  • Refreshed appearance: Your eyes will look younger, fresher, and brighter since excess skin and fat will be removed.
  • Improved self-confidence: Facial rejuvenation can have a positive impact on your self-confidence and how you feel in your own skin.
  • Duration of results: The results of blepharoplasty can be long-lasting, but the aging process will not stop.

What is botulinum toxin and how does it work?

Botulinum toxin, also known as botox, is a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. When injected locally into muscle tissue, it blocks the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, leading to a temporary weakening of muscle contractions in that area. This effect helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and gently reshapes the contours of the face.

Application of botulinum toxin in aesthetic dermatology:

  • Wrinkle reduction: botulinum toxin is most commonly used to reduce wrinkles on the forehead, between the eyebrows (frown lines) and around the eyes (crow’s feet).
  • Sculpting facial contours: botulinum toxin application can help to create more prominent facial features such as the jawline, chin and jawline, thus achieving a harmonious appearance.
  • Treatment of hyperhidrosis: Botulinum toxin is used to treat excessive sweating, especially in the armpit and palm area. The injections block the nerve signals that cause the sweat glands to become overactive.
  • Raising eyebrows and opening eyes: Botulinum toxin is used to lift the eyebrows and open the eyes, which can provide a rejuvenated appearance and more expressive eyes.

Current trends in botulinum toxin application:

  • Preventive application: younger individuals are more likely to seek preventive application of botulinum toxin to minimize wrinkle formation at an early stage. This approach helps to maintain a youthful appearance and prevent significant wrinkles in the future.
  • Combination with other procedures: aesthetic dermatologists often combine botulinum toxin application with dermal fillers such as hyaluronic acid

Injectable lipolysis: an effective method to reduce fat folds

Injectable lipolysis is a popular aesthetic method that helps to reduce fat folds and shape the figure. This non-invasive procedure uses injections containing a substance to dissolve fat cells, thereby achieving a more defined and harmonious body appearance. In this article, we will focus on the importance, procedure and benefits of injectable lipolysis for those who desire to improve their physique.

What is injectable lipolysis and how does it work?

  • Injectable lipolysis, also known as non-surgical lipolysis or lipolysis by injection, is a procedure that uses injections of a substance to dissolve fat cells.
  • This substance is applied directly to the problem areas, where it dissolves fat cells and releases the accumulated fat.
  • After the fat cells dissolve, the fat is gradually removed by the body’s natural metabolic process.

Injection lipolysis procedure:

  • Consultation and evaluation:Before the procedure is started, a consultation with a doctor is performed to assess the condition of the problem areas and decide on the suitability of injectable lipolysis.
  • Injection administration: the doctor injects a substance to dissolve fat cells into targeted areas such as the abdomen, flanks, thighs, or chin.
  • Massage and compression: after the application, a massage is performed on the problem areas, which helps to break down the dissolved fat and improve lymphatic circulation. Subsequently, a compression bandage or elastic band is applied.

Benefits of injectable lipolysis:

  • Non-invasive approach: injectable lipolysis is a non-invasive alternative to surgical procedures such as liposuction. There is no need for incisions or long convalescence.
  • Target adjustments: the procedure allows precise adjustment of specific problem areas of the body, which allows precise body shaping and reduction of fat folds.
  • Fast results: results of injectable lipolysis can start to show after just a few weeks and gradually improve as time passes.
  • Fewer risks and side effects: injectable lipolysis is considered a safe procedure with minimal risk of complications. The usual side effects are transient and may include mild pain, swelling or irritation at the application site.
  • Supplement to a healthy lifestyle: injectable lipolysis is not a substitute for a healthy lifestyle, but it can be a great complement to diet and exercise. By combining this method with an active lifestyle, even better and lasting results can be achieved.
Injectable lipolysis is a modern aesthetic method that offers an effective solution for fat fold reduction and body contouring. The procedure is non-invasive, quick and has minimal risks and side effects. If you share the problems associated with fat folds, injectable lipolysis can be a great option for achieving a desirable figure and self-esteem

Skin biorevitalization with Profhilo and Jalupro: Revolutionary solutions for a youthful appearance

Skin biorevitalization is a modern aesthetic procedure that allows you to rejuvenate and improve the appearance of the skin. Several products are used for this, including Profhilo and Jalupro. These revolutionary solutions involve the application of special ingredients that stimulate collagen production and improve skin hydration. In this article, we will focus on the importance, procedure and benefits of skin biorevitalization using Profhilo and Jalupro.

1. Profhilo – a revolutionary product for skin biorevitalization:

  • Profhilo is a unique product that combines a high concentration of hyaluronic acid with different molecular weights.
  • Its application through gentle injections promotes skin hydration, stimulates collagen and elastin production and improves skin elasticity.
  • Profhilo delivers long-lasting results that translate into natural and youthful-looking skin.

2. Jalupro – a revolutionary product for skin biorevitalization:

  • Jalupro is another innovative product that is used in skin bio-vitalization.
  • It contains amino acids, vitamins and minerals that promote regeneration and stimulate collagen production.
  • The application of Jalupro products helps to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, improve the skin’s texture and restore its youthful glow.

3. Skin biorevitalization procedure with Profhilo and Jalupro:

  • Consultation and evaluation: before the procedure is started, a consultation with a specialist is carried out to determine the suitability and expectations of the patient.
  • Product application:Profhilo and Jalupro are applied by gentle injections into the layer of skin to be rejuvenated and improved. The number and frequency of applications depends on individual needs and skin condition.

Benefits of skin biorevitalization with Profhilo and Jalupro:

  • Improved hydration: both products have the ability to intensely hydrate the skin, resulting in improved skin elasticity, softness and smoothness.
  • Stimulation of collagen production: Profhilo and Jalupro activate the process of collagen production, which is responsible for the skin’s firmness and elasticity. This leads to smoothing of fine lines and improvement of skin texture.
  • A youthful appearance: through the bio-vitalization of the skin with Profhilo and Jalupro, a fresh, youthful appearance can be achieved with a visible improvement in skin tone, texture and brightness.
  • Fast and minimal restrictions: the skin biorevitalization procedure is relatively quick and does not require a long recovery period. Patients can return to their normal activities almost immediately.
Biorevitalization of the skin using Profhilo and Jalupro is an innovative method that allows to improve the quality of the skin, smooth wrinkles and restore a youthful appearance. These products stimulate collagen production, hydrate the skin and improve its texture. If you desire to improve your skin and restore a youthful appearance, bio-vitalization with Profhilo and Jalupro may be a great option for you.

However, it is important to remember that before any aesthetic procedure or treatment, it is advisable to consult with an experienced professional who will give you personal advice and suggest the most appropriate solution for your individual situation.

Profacial: A revolutionary method for skin rejuvenation

Profacial is a modern aesthetic procedure that provides effective and visible skin rejuvenation. This method combines several elements, including cleansing, exfoliation, hydration and treatment of the skin with special active ingredients. In this article, we will focus on the importance, procedure, and benefits of Profacial for those who desire to improve the appearance and texture of their skin.

What is Profacial and how does it work?

  • Profacial is a combined procedure that involves several steps for a perfect skin treatment.
  • The first step is cleansing the skin, which removes impurities, excess sebum and dead skin cells.
  • This is followed by exfoliation, which removes the layer of dead cells and improves the texture of the skin.
  • Moisturization is then applied using special ingredients that hydrate the skin and improve its elasticity and brightness.
  • Finally, the skin is treated with specific active ingredients that promote regeneration, improve tone and smooth wrinkles.

Profacial procedure:

  • Consultation:Before starting the procedure, it is important to have a consultation with a specialist to assess the skin condition and adjust to the patient’s needs.
  • Cleansing and exfoliation: the Profacial process begins with cleansing and exfoliation of the skin to remove impurities and dead skin cells.
  • Hydration: moisturizing ingredients are then applied to nourish and hydrate the skin.
  • Treatment: finally, the skin is treated with special active ingredients that have regenerating and skin-improving effects.

Benefits of Profacial:

  • Skin rejuvenation: the Profacial provides visible skin rejuvenation, improves skin texture, softens wrinkles and gives the skin a fresh and youthful appearance.
  • Improving hydration: the Profacial involves the application of moisturising ingredients that help to ensure optimal skin hydration. This is important for maintaining its elasticity, brightness and healthy appearance.
  • Improving skin texture and tone: the Profacial helps to smooth out skin irregularities and unevenness, improving skin texture and tone.
  • The skin becomes smoother, more even and younger looking.
  • Regeneration and renewal: the active ingredients contained in the Profacial treatment promote skin regeneration and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. This helps to restore and strengthen the skin, thereby reducing the signs of aging.
  • Safety and painlessness: the Profacial is a safe procedure that does not require anesthesia and is usually painless. Many patients perceive it as a pleasant and relaxing experience.
Profacial is a revolutionary skin rejuvenation method that combines cleansing, exfoliation, hydration and treatment with active ingredients. This treatment offers a number of benefits, including skin rejuvenation, improved hydration, skin texture and tone, regeneration and renewal. Profacial is a safe and comfortable procedure that can provide visible results and help you achieve youthful and healthy-looking skin.