How does the treatment work?
Dermalift uses Dysport that is watered down and injected into the layer of the skin. Once done, the treatment promotes the production of new collagen, which results in the firming of the skin. The collagen fibers in the skin are tightened, giving the targeted areas of the face a lifting effect. Facial pores are also firmed up in the process.
Is Dermalift similar to Botox?
Dermalift and Botox are different in the sense that each is administered to different parts of the skin. Dermalift is done intra-dermally or within the layer of the skin, while Botox is injected into the facial muscles.
Dermalift targets fine lines on the face by firming the skin and giving a lifting effect to the entire face. Botox, on the other hand, is administered on a specific area of the face where its main goal is to reduce wrinkles by preventing the contraction of the facial muscles that causes the creases on the skin to form.