HA Boosters are a series of treatments that infuse the skin with a combination of hyaluronic acid and essential nutrients including antioxidants, minerals, vitamin B6 and amino acids. The treatment is designed to help firm, hydrate, tighten and provide an overall glow to the skin on the face, neck and chest.

HA Boosters are an extremely effective option for patients with minor imperfections and uneven skin tone and texture. They utilize suction and very small needles to infuse the hyaluronic acid into the skin and can have various levels of sensation from a pinprick to an intense poke. Improvement to the overall skin quality is expected to increase with multiple treatments. 

 

Before and After

HA Boosters

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often should I get a HA Booster?

    It is recommended to have three treatments spaced 3-4 weeks apart, then one treatment every 4-6 months to maintain the improvement. 

  • Is a HA Booster treatment painful?

    Prior to treatment a numbing cream will be applied to the area being treated to ensure the procedure is tolerated well. The numbing cream is typically applied for anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour. Your nurse will then cleanse the skin of all topical numbing and any residual make up prior to starting treatment.  

    HA Boosters utilizes suction and very small needles to infuse the hyaluronic acid into the skin and can have varying levels  of sensation, from a pinprick, to an intense poke. Each treatment takes approximately 45 minutes. 

     

  • How much does a HA Booster treatment cost?

    Package pricing begins at $1,500. Contact ICLS for more information on our HA Boosters.

Aftercare and Recovery

Pinpoint bleeding and small bumps over the treated area are to be expected, and although these tend to disappear after approximately 24 hours, they may be long lasting. Healing time for patients will vary, and some may not experience any swelling or bruising whatsoever. After the freezing has worn off, the areas may also be a little tender for a few hours up to a few days.