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Derma 2.0 Lift

Say goodbye to wrinkles!

Our Botox Alternative

This injectable is commonly used for treating wrinkles or those that are formed due to repetitive facial expressions as an alternative to botox. This product effects are like botox and significantly reduce the contraction of the mimic muscles responsible in wrinkle formation.

It is perfect for clients who want the lifting effects of Botox without any loss of facial expression.

It can help minimize the appearance of:

  • Horizontal forehead lines
  • Dynamic movement&expression lines
  • Sagging or loose skin


What is Botox and how does it work?

What is Derma 2.0 Lift?

Derma Lift is a Italian developed medical grade skin booster. Derma-Lifting cocktail skin lifting treatment aims to counteract this type of imperfection by acting like a botox and significantly reducing the contraction of the muscles responsible for expression lines. It works on the muscles that cause wrinkles, leading to smoother and more youthful-looking skin. It also has tightening and firming properties to rejuvenate signs of ageing and loose skin.

So how does  work? This latest generation of peptides lifting treatment reduces and prevents expression lines by inhibiting muscle contraction and is ideal for those faces with many expression lines. It is perfect for clients who want the lifting effects of Botox without any loss of facial expression.

Safety is our middle name.

As with any kind of injectable treatment, there are risks and side effects involved with injectable treatments like skin boosters that you should know about before going under the needle. The good news, though, is that these anti-wrinkle treatments are pretty low-risk, especially when carried out by qualified practitioners, like at EQlibrium clinic in Addlestone/ Weybridge.

What are the side effects and risks of derma 2.0 lift?

Okay, let’s start with some side effects you could encounter. Most of these can be treated effectively with paracetamol and topical treatments, or by simply waiting for them to pass – so there’s not much to worry about! But, sometimes this treatment can results in:

  • Some swelling and redness in the treated areas
  • Slight bruising and tenderness around the points of injection
  • Minor bleeding around injection sites
  • slight itching

The above side effects might be quite annoying  but they should disappear shortly after the treatment.

Our safety practises ensure we have minimal risks and complications.

Aftercare instructions

After this treatment we recommend

  • maintain a normal heart rate,
  • avoid touching, rubbing, or physical pressure on the affected area
  • leave the treated area alone

as this can disperse the anti wrinkle treatment and increase the risk of bruising.

Wait 12 hours to exercise

If exercise is part of your daily routine, wait at least 12 hours to work out.

Physical activity increases blood flow. This could potentially spread the toxin to unintended areas and reduce its effectiveness at the injection site. It also increases the risk of bruising. Sweating is also more likely to increase chances of infection.

Go makeup-free

If you received an injection in your face, take a break from makeup for 24 hours. Applying makeup will rub the skin and increase chances of infection.

Derma Lift needs some time to settle into the muscle. For the first 3 days, avoid other skin treatments like:

  • facials
  • facial massages
  • exfoliating scrubs
  • dermal filler

Getting these treatments too soon may reduce the effectiveness of your injections, increase chances of irritation and infection.

can I drink alcohol before my treatment?

Drinking alcohol is not recommended before a treatment as it can thin the blood leading to a higher risk of bruising and swelling.

How can I prepare for my treatment ?

  • Taking arnica supplements before your treatment can help minimise risk of bruising
  • Staying hydrated can help minimise risk of bruising and swelling.
  • Let your practitioner know prior to the treatment if you are on any blood thinning medications.