Cytocare is the assortment of rejuvenating medical fillers produced by the French experts in the aesthetic manufacturing enterprise – Laboratories Revitacare. The fillers offer the dual-action solution to slow down and mend the effects of the aging process. The filler’s formula combines body bio-degradable non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid with the powerful rejuvenating complex CT50. The latter consists of skin nutrients and vitamins essential for a healthy skin look. The Cytocare fillers are administered to the superficial or medium skin layer by injection to treat wrinkles, fine lines, lack of moisture, skin firmness, and glow. The injections of Cytocare medical fillers apply to the following body areas: face, back of hands, and neck.
Cytocare offers the fillers in 3 various concentrations of hyaluronic acid while maintaining the same amount of CT50 Rejuvenating complex:
- Cytocare 502 protects skin youthfulness and glow by keeping the skin moisturized and preventing the formation of the lines. The filler has the least concentrated complex with hyaluronic acid amounting to 2mg/mL. This Cytocare 502 filler was designed for youthful skin.
- Cytocare 516 smoothes early superficial lines, restores skin's elasticity, and its tone. The filler has a medium concentration of hyaluronic acid – 16 mg/mL, recommended for medium age skin.
- Cytocare 532 is ideal for skin aging treatment by more actively diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines at the same time improving skin hydration. The product has the highest concentration of hyaluronic acid totaling 32 mg/mL, the most effective for mature skin treatment.
Additionally, the company devised Cytocare S Line filler that merges hyaluronic acid with rejuvenating complex with an extra focus on skin lightening.
What are the effects of Cytocare?
The medical treatment with Cytocare fillers chiefly restore skin’s hydration levels, improve its elasticity, tone, and mend its natural glow by supplying the crucial nutrients, vitamins, and hyaluronic acid to dermal layers. The Cytocare fillers are blends of non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid with the rejuvenating complex CT50. The complex stimulates fibroblast cells and keratinocytes responsible for collagen and epidermal barrier production respectively. Consequently, the skin’s elasticity increases, and its protection ability against pathogens and other exterior factors is also improved. Following Cytocare treatments, the skin is rejuvenated, soft, and deeply moisturized.
How often is Cytocare administered?
The injection of Cytocare fillers is regarded as a medical treatment therefore, the procedure is performed only with authorized and appropriately trained physicians. The initial phase includes three treatments to be executed every three weeks for maximal rejuvenating results. After the initial phase, the frequency of treatments can be decreased to every three months for the preservation of the desired results. However, the frequency and initial phase duration are subjects to correction, depending on the individual’s age, lifestyle, and initial skin condition.
Is Cytocare filler safe?
Yes, Cytocare medical fillers are safe. The products are resorbable in the human body and have a superior safety rating. Cytocare fillers own Class 3 Medical Devices certification. Additionally, International Organization for Standardization (ISO) awarded the company’s products with 10993 certifications. The Cytocare medical fillers are not cytotoxic, mutagenic, nor irritating. Also, the production process is closely monitored, where the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is maintained.
If a patient is allergic to hyaluronic acid or components of rejuvenating CT50 complex, the filler should not be administered.