Restore a radiant and hydrated skin

Stimulate your skin's natural defense mechanisms

Age, stress, hormonal imbalance (post-natal, menopause...) as well as the sun, tobacco and an unhealthy lifestyle are all factors involved in skin aging. Over time, wrinkles develop, skin tone becomes dull, skin texture becomes uneven, and wrinkles appear. All these changes create dark areas on the face and the skin gradually loses its radiance and becomes dry, thin and fragile.

Loss of hyaluronic acid and excessive oxidative stress are the main causes of skin aging. Hyaluronic acid is an essential component of the skin. It acts like a sponge that retains water and keeps the skin hydrated, plumped and healthy.

  • List of targeted issues

    Dehydration, fine lines and wrinkles, bluish color under the eyes, signs of aging

  • Treated zones

    Face, neck, neckline, hands

Tone and hydration

Skinbooster is a blend of non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid and highly concentrated essential nutrients ideal for restoring skin hydration and luminosity, then increasing dermis redensification and tone.

The principle consists in carrying active substances directly to the place where they must act. This face and neck treatment will focus on the dermal tissue, to rehydrate the skin, reshape it and reduce small wrinkles, with a quick and painless method.


    For optimal treatment, 3 sessions at 1 month intervals.
    Then 1 session 6 months later. The rhythm may vary depending on the type of skin.

  • Price

    Starting at 299$


The nurse or medical technician will use a micro-needle or an injection gun to administer the treatment. An analgesic cream will be applied before the treatment if necessary for more comfort.

Close sessions will be practiced after significant sun exposure (during summer holidays, stays in the mountains, etc.), in the event of heavy smoking, during cold winters and after menopause. Thus, the skin remains properly hydrated and ages less quickly.


    Immediately after the procedure, superficial redness and slight bruising may appear at the injection sites, but will disappear very quickly.


    • Active skin or general infection.
    • Pregnancy and breast feeding.
    • Autoimmune diseases.
    • Taking anti-platelet and corticosteroid treatment.
    • Taking certain antibiotics.

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