“Seventy Hyal 2000 is a skin booster that is new to the aesthetics market, and its high HA content and high molecular weight (2000 kDa compared to 800–1400 kDa for standard products) will make this an intriguing product for aestheticians”
After the much-anticipated launch of Next Generation Skin Booster, Seventy Hyal 2000 – Doctor Adam Robinson wrote an extensive and informative article regarding the new and innovative Hyaluronic Acid (HA) skin booster. The case-study-based article featured in the magazine Journal of Aesthetic Nursing to help provide practitioners and medics with an insight into Fox Pharma’s newest skin booster.
Journal of Aesthetic Nursing (JAN) is the only peer-review, clinical and professional journal for aesthetic nurses and practitioners – being published ten times a year. This magazine’s focal point is to continually support aesthetic nurses in advancing their clinical practice and practice management skills through education and information in their articles. Journal of Aesthetic Nursing publishes only high-quality, evidence-based articles, including clinical overviews and case studies. With a strong focus on non-surgical cosmetic procedures, the magazine’s articles are often current, practical, and relevant.
Being at the forefront of medical aesthetics, we here at Fox Pharma are delighted to have had Seventy Hyal 2000 feature in the March edition of the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing!
The article was written by Dr Adam Robinson, Director, and Doctor at medical aesthetics clinic Fillers & Frowns based in Crosby, Liverpool. Dr Robinson is an experienced Doctor and has also completed his foundation and advanced training, as well as a facial contouring masterclass with Derma Medical. He now runs regular clinics at his non-surgical medical aesthetics company, Fillers & Frowns. Aside from being a trustworthy and credible aesthetics practitioner, Dr Adam Robinson is also a strong healthcare service professional with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery MBChB from the University of Liverpool. He reported an in-depth medical analysis on new skin treatment, Seventy Hyal 2000 – but what were his thoughts on the Next Generation Skin Booster? Dr Adam Robinson backs Seventy Hyal’s incredible skin-boosting benefits by analysing a case study of a 26-year-old female patient who had undergone a Seventy Hyal 2000 treatment. After attending one of the four clinics to trial Seventy Hyal 2000, before and after treatment pictures were taken immediately before the treatment and after four weeks and displayed incredible results.
Dr Robinson noted the following finds in the article submitted to the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing:
- There is a visible improvement in skin hydration, with the 4-week photograph demonstrating the ‘glow’ that can be achieved with Seventy Hyal 2000 treatments
- The amount of erythema present on the face has reduced following the treatment. The patient described having dry, sensitive skin prior to the treatment, with this manifesting visibly in erythema in the before photograph. It appears that Seventy Hyal and its hydrating effects have had a positive impact on this
- The nasolabial folds have reduced in appearance, demonstrating the contouring impact that Seventy Hyal 2000 can have, even after several weeks post-treatment.
Before And After From A Seventy Hyal 2000 Treatment
Moreover, Dr Robinson closed the article stating:
“Seventy Hyal 2000 provides an exciting opportunity for aesthetic practitioners to incorporate a form of injectable skincare into their patient’s treatment journey. Skincare is a critical component to any thorough aesthetic consultation, and Seventy Hyal 2000 provides an easy-to-administer product that is effective in achieving key aesthetic goals when it comes to the skin. So far, Seventy Hyal 2000 has been found to be effective when injected via both the BAP technique and linear threading, and the ideal treatment protocol involves an initial treatment followed by a further treatment 1 month later, to provide the best results. So far, the results that have been obtained are impressive, and it is safe to say that Seventy Hyal 2000 is an exciting product that has the potential to become a mainstay within the aesthetics sector. “
This is not a surprise considering Seventy Hyal 2000’s impressive skin benefits. Robinson reported on Seventy Hyal’s high molecular weight of 2000 kDa, highlighting the significant hydrating effects of the skin booster in comparison to other skin boosters available on the current market. For example, most skin boosters on the market have a molecular weight of between 80–1400 kDa which is a stark comparison to the 2000 kDa of Seventy Hyal. Moreover, high molecular weights of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) can absorb up to 1000 times of its weight in water – much more than what lower molecular weight can hold! This further reinforces the hydrating properties of Seventy Hyal 2000 and the moisture-surging benefits that the treatment can offer.
To read a more in-depth review from Dr Adam Robinson on the Next Generation Skin Booster, click here to read the full article.
By Florence Goulbourne