Profhilo, Sunekos, or Fillers?

Even though we don’t want this, sooner or later, we’ll start dealing with the first ageing signs. As we get older, elastin and collagen start to disappear from the skin due to Extracellular Matrix Degeneration. It’s well known that young and healthy-looking skin needs both these elements to keep wrinkles away. Nowadays, more and more people want to look younger than they are, seeking various treatments to revitalize their skin. 

Multiple treatments have been created over time, and they work to rejuvenate the skin, making it look healthier and fresher. Dermal fillers, Profhilo, and Sunekos are treatments marketed for the same purpose: reducing the effects of aging. 

Even though these treatments may have the same purpose, they have completely different properties. So, before choosing any of these skin boosters, you must understand how they work and what makes each one of them stand out. 

What Are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal fillers are treatments based on hyaluronic acid and they give the face more fullness and volume. They also reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Despite using hyaluronic acid, they also have some extra ingredients. 

They are injected into the skin and can be used for multiple areas. Not only do they have the ability to repair skin damage, but they can also bring back lost volume. What’s even better is that the natural elastin and collagen levels in that area will be increased too. 

Dermal fillers can make facial lines and wrinkles smoother, enhance the shallow contours, make thin lips fuller, reconstruct the face’s contour deformities, remove, or reduce the lower lids shadow or improve recessed scar appearance. 

What Is Profhilo?

Profhilo is a skin remodelling treatment that is injected into the skin. It has a very high hyaluronic acid concentration. It encourages elastin and collagen production by using a slow-release acid. So, it doesn’t just fill the wrinkles to make them appear smoother but also stimulates the production of natural elements that keep your skin healthy and young-looking. 

It can improve hydration, skin tone, and fine-line appearance. Usually, results last for up to six months. Two sessions taking place four weeks apart are necessary for the treatment. 

What Is Sunekos?

Sunekos is also an injectable treatment. It uses a combination of hyaluronic acid and amino acids. This type of treatment is newer, and it operates by stimulating the skin’s fibroblasts. This can encourage elastin and collagen production. A 4-treatment session course will be required to reach the desired effects. Sunekos has the ability to restore the skin’s health, vibrancy, and youthful look. 

What Are the Differences Between Them?

The main difference between dermal fillers, Profhilo and Sunekos is the fact that dermal fillers are injected with the purpose of plumping the area, offering better contours, softening wrinkles, and reconstructing facial deformities. Since the face tends to lose subcutaneous fat as you become older, dermal fillers can replace it. 

Profhilo and Sunekos are not used to fill the skin with the substance, but rather to stimulate the skin’s own ability to produce elastin and collagen, which then makes the patient look younger and healthier. 

Sunekos and Profhilo are a bit different from each other too. Whereas Profhilo is great for someone looking for a quick rejuvenating effect, Sunekos is better for people who want to maintain a better, natural-looking skin. 

Here are some other key differences between Sunekos and Profhilo:

  • Frequency of the Treatment

Sunekos requires 4 total treatments, which take place once every 7-8 days. Meanwhile, Profhilo only requires two sessions that happen one month apart. 

Both of them would have to be repeated in 6-9 months, though. 

  • Suitability of the Skin

Sunekos is ideal for people who are dealing with severe issues, such as crepey skin, sun damage, and very bad and deep wrinkles. What makes it great is that it can be applied in various areas, like the neck, hands, lips, chest, face, and around the eyes. 

Profhilo is better for people who are just starting to see some small skin ageing signs. Also, it isn’t as versatile as Sunekos, because it can only be used on the face and the neck. 

  • Skin Hydration and Texture

What’s amazing about Sunekos is that it can offer plenty of volume in the areas treated. It will reduce the fine lines and wrinkles, but also help hydrate the dermis even better. The skin will look younger and fuller. 

Conversely, Profhilo can boost the treated area’s volume, offering a lifting effect. Moreover, it can also restore the skin’s integrity. Unlike Sunekos, though, it cannot improve the texture of the skin. 

  • Pricing

Out of the two, Profhilo is pricier. It has a higher price per cc. So, Sunekos is the less expensive option. Of course, both procedures have incredible effects, despite the pricing. 

Bottom Line

Dermal fillers, Sunekos, and Profhilo all help fight the signs of aging, but they work in different ways. By getting to know the procedures and their pros and cons, you can choose the right treatment for your issue.


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