Collagen and elastin are important proteins that make up the skin’s support structure.
Eliminate thick nasolabial folds, deep smile lines, chin, and sunken cheeks that make you look older and tired.
What are Recombinant Enzymes?
Enzymes are protein molecules that naturally exist in our body and that selectively channel metabolic processes. Its main function is to form and degrade compounds.
Recombinant enzymes are pure biological products obtained by biotechnology. They are made with recombinant technology. They are highly selective (each one exerts its action on a specific substrate). They are lyophilized, which allows them to maintain 100% of their properties and thus achieve the highest standards of purity and quality in the market.
3 types of recombinant enzymes
Reduces and effectively digests localized fat, without destroying cells, making it highly safe and far superior to any fat burner.
Helps increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage, as well as increase dermal permeability. This, together with its high quality, makes it one of the best and most complete treatments for cellulite and fluid retention.
The combination of these three enzymes makes it a HIGHLY EFFECTIVE treatment. The results are visible in a very short time and it does not produce irritations or side effects.
It is a strong firming agent, smoothes the skin, and relaxes collagen fibers, visibly reducing orange peel skin and fibrotic and edematous cellulite.
Dr. Castillo uses JUVÉDERM®, a non-surgical filler made from a modified form of hyaluronic acid (HA), to smooth lines and enhance lips. HA is a substance found naturally in your skin. As you get older, your skin loses structure and volume, which contributes to the formation of wrinkles and folds.
As you get older, your skin loses HA, which causes facial wrinkles and folds, such as those “parentheses” lines around your mouth. Juvederm can also be used to improve the definition of lip lines and add volume to the lips.
Most patients see results for six to twelve months, depending on the treatment area; your results may vary.
Allow 30 minutes after applying the topical anesthetic for the topical to take effect. The injection time can range from 15 minutes to 30 minutes or more depending on the number of areas to be treated.