The H100 vaccine is a non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatment that helps to rejuvenate, tighten and improve hydration. Pure hyaluronic acid improves the moisture balance of the skin helps to reduce deformation. The H100 vaccine consists exclusively of hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals and amino acids, ie there are no other chemical or artificial proteins. Therefore, the H100 vaccine can be described as a purely organic youth treatment. The H100 vaccine permanently cures wrinkles on the skin, but does not stop the aging process. We recommend the H100 vaccine to make your skin look younger and healthier.
What is the content of the H100 vaccine?
The content of the H100 vaccine is richer than other youth vaccines available today. The H100 vaccine, which moisturizes the skin and contains the necessary building blocks, rejuvenates the skin from the first application.
The H100 vaccine contains mannitol, hyaluronic acid, hexapeptide-8, pro-collagen peptide, Dmae 3.5%, pentapeptide-18, B1, vitamin B16, 7 amino acids and organic silica. If we look at the contents of the H100 vaccine, it actually exists in our body, but is reduced by aging
Minerals, vitamins and acids. Thanks to the content of the H100 vaccine, our body works just as well as in adolescence, leaving our skin looking radiant, smooth and healthy like it was in its twenties.
How is the H100 vaccine administered?
Where and how much the H100 vaccine is administered depends on the structure and needs of the skin. If the skin elasticity is not advanced and has moderate wrinkles, it is recommended that the H100 vaccine be taken every 2 to 3 weeks. For severe wrinkles and reduced skin elasticity, the H100 vaccine may be administered every 5 to 5 weeks. The skin is cleansed and the anesthetic cream applied before the H100 vaccine is administered. The patients feel no pain during the vaccination. Mannitol antioxidant in the H100 vaccine contains edema-releasing properties. Therefore, swelling of the face does not occur after use.
In which areas is the H100 vaccine administered?
The H100 vaccine aims to reduce wrinkles on the skin and make it look younger. Therefore, the H100 vaccine is applied to the most common wrinkles such as the face, neck, décolleté and hands. The H100 vaccine can also be given on the face. To achieve a Botox effect around the eyes, we recommend the ACP form of the H100 vaccine. This vaccine opens wrinkles around the eyes. You can try the ACP form of the H100 vaccine for your eye contours that will not disappear with Botox. If you have just taken a Botox, you will have to wait 15 days to receive the H100 vaccine.
Who is the H100 vaccine suitable for?
The H100 vaccine is suitable for anyone who begins to feel the effects of middle age. After 30 years, the skin begins to lose moisture. The wrinkles are noticeably increased and the skin deforms over time. The H100 vaccine supports the regeneration of the skin by providing the skin with the moisture it needs. Produces an anti-aging effect on the skin and eliminates signs of aging The H100 vaccine injects vitamins, minerals, amino acids and collagen components that are needed by the skin but are not naturally present in the body. The H100 vaccination is completed in about 30 minutes.
How do I see a change after receiving the H100 vaccine?
The first and most important feature of the H100 vaccine is the extension of the lifespan of hyaluronic acid present in the body. When hyaluronic acid is sufficiently present in the skin, the moisture content of the skin is balanced, the moisture storage capacity is increased, the damaged tissue in the skin is repaired and the cell renewal process is initiated under the skin. At the same time, hyaluronic acid supports the muscles during face and décolleté sagging. They lift the skin up. After you receive the H100 vaccine, your pale and dull expression disappears, giving you a vibrant, radiant and healthy appearance. The H100 vaccine is not recommended during pregnancy and lactation. At the end of breastfeeding, the H100 vaccine can be administered.