In the field of injectable skin boosters there is a new addition known as Ameela. It is the latest biosimulator injectable treatment that has been rightfully generating buzz.
Ameela, formerly known as Nucleadyn, is considered to be a skinbooster that provides an additional boost. The treatment aims to enhance skin structure, increase collagen, elastin, and hydration.
At The Cosmetic Skin Clinic, we are excited about Ameela and its promising results of showing up to 22.5% less wrinkles after just three sessions.
Ameela (formerly Nucleadyn) is the newest biostimulator injectable treatment designed to revitalise your skin. This powerful formula can effectively restore skin firmness and elasticity while protecting it against cellular damage and free radicals. Say goodbye to premature aging and hello to healthy, rejuvenated skin.
Some patients are able to see the first signs of improvement from 7-10 days post first treatment. Full and best results will be visible after you have had all three Ameela sessions. We recommend the three sessions because it has shown there are 22.5% less wrinkles after 3 sessions.
Ameela results can last up to 6-9 months. After which point, we always recommend booking in for a maintenance appointment to add longevity to your results.
At The Cosmetic Skin Clinic, dependent on the patient and the concern area/s, we recommend having three Ameela treatments a month apart from one another.
To maintain your results, we also recommend a top-up appointment every 9 months for best result maintenance.
With Ameela treatments, the downtime is very minimal at 2-4 hours dependent on how sensitive your skin is.
Ameela treatment time is usually 10 minutes per treatment area.
The Ameela injection will be administered in a gentle and careful manner that prioritises comfort and aims to prevent any potential pain or discomfort. To further prevent any discomfort, our practitioners will apply a numbing cream pre-treatment for 10 minutes.
Ameela is suitable for both men and women. It is best suited for those who:
If you are allergic to fish, then unfortunately Ameela is not the treatment for you. Ameela uses animal-based polynucleotides that are derived from salmon, specifically the sperm cells of salmon.
Polynucleotides are biostimulators, meaning they have the ability to jump-start the skin’s regeneration process. Rather than simply hydrating the skin, they act more like nourishment or medication for the cells, encouraging them to produce collagen and elastin in a more effective manner. Additionally, they can improve the extra cellular matrix, which is the layer of the skin in which fibroblasts reside. Furthermore, they have anti-inflammatory properties.
Ameela does not include hyaluronic acid in its composition. However, it enhances the production of your body’s own hyaluronic acid and amplifies the effect of any other hyaluronic acid that may have been administered to you by up to 40%.
They both have a similar function promise of working on the skins condition, rather than adding volume like dermal fillers do. However, they are not the same. Ameela is a bio-stimulant gel consisting of polynucleotides, whereas Profhilo consists of a mixture of pure concentrated hyaluronic acid.
Both are bio-stimulators/bio-remodelling in their own way. Sunekos consists of a potent cocktail of hyaluronic acid (HA) and amino acids, whereas Ameela is a bio-stimulant gel consisting of polynucleotides.
You can get your Ameela treatment at either of The Cosmetic Skin Clinic’s London or Buckinghamshire clinic.
Our London clinic is conveniently accessible from various surrounding boroughs, including:
Battersea, Bayswater, Belgravia, Chelsea, Earls Court, Fitzrovia, Fulham, Knightsbridge, Marylebone, Mayfair, Notting Hill, Primrose Hill, Regents Park, Soho, South Kensington, St Johns Wood, Green Park, Hampstead, Highgate, Holland Park, Hyde Park, Islington, Kensington, Kings Road, Victoria, West Brompton, Westminster and West End.
Our Stoke Poges clinic is also conveniently accessible from the following surrounding boroughs:
Chinnor, Chorleywood, Cookham, Cowley, Gerrards Cross, Great Missenden, Haddenham, Harrow, Hayes, Hazelmere, Headington, Henley-on-Thames, High Wycombe, Kingston upon Thames, Little Chalfont, Maidenhead, Marlow, Oxford, Princes Risborough, Richmond, Rickmansworth, Sunningdale, Slough, Thame, Uxbridge, Wallingford, Watlington, Wembley, Wendover, Weybridge, Amersham, Ascot, Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, Chalfont St Giles, Chalfont St Peter, Chesham, Windsor and Woking.