Sunekos is an injectable treatment containing a patented formula of hyaluronic acid and amino acids. It works to improve the skins collagen and elastin and can be used for the face and delicate eye area.
What is Sunekos?
This treatment is an excellent option for clients who wish to maintain a more natural look or those who do not want or need anti-wrinkle injections or fillers.
There are two formulations of the product available.
Sunekos 200 (Hyaluronic Acid low molecular weight)
Sunekos 1200 (Hyaluronic Acid medium molecular weight)
How does Sunekos work?
Sunekos is an injectable treatment that contains a patented formula of amino acids and hyaluronic acid, essential to skin laxity. It regenerates the skin from the inside out by prompting the production of fibroblasts, which then instigates collagen and elastin production for improved skin quality.
It is a highly versatile product and can be used on the; face, neck, décolletage, hands, arms, inner thighs, knees and the under-eye area. Sunekos can treat various indications, including loss of tone, skin ageing and premature skin ageing, skin dryness, solar elastosis, acne scarring, sun damage, dark circles under the eyes and fine lines and wrinkles.
Sunekos offers two different treatment options for skin regeneration, which can be performed separately or in combination – Sunekos 200 and Sunekos 1200.
Sunekos 200 can be used alone to treat the face, neck, décolletage and hands and is great for younger people. If additional ‘cushioning’ is required in the case of lax, sagging skin, volume loss or deeper lines and wrinkles, then the Sunekos 1200 can be combined to give extra scaffold support for the dermal biogenesis.
The benefits of having a Sunekos treatment?
What areas can be treated?
Sunekos is extremely versatile and can be used on the face, neck, eyes & decolletage. For the body, it can be used on the hands, arms, knees and thighs.
How many treatments will I need?
A course of 3-4 weekly treatments is recommended to invoke true long-term skin change, followed by a repeated course of treatments six months later.