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5 Things You Should Know About Sculplla Treatments

September 21, 2018

5 Things You Should Know About Sculplla Treatments

Sculplla Treatments Are Not a Quick Fix

While you can (and often will) see results after the first treatment, the mask takes time to build up in the hair follicles of your face. The results are cumulative. Each time you get a treatment more is deposited into the follicle to stimulate your face to make more collagen. I usually suggest 5 treatments for clients over the age of 40, one per week; however, three is a good start.

What You Do After Your Treatment Matters

This is the only time I tell my clients they are allowed to NOT get skin wet for 24 hours following the Sculplla Facial Filler Mask treatment! Do NOT exfoliate or rub roughly with a washcloth for 3 days. This will allow the ingredients to continue penetrating the follicles.

Take Before and After Pictures

You see your face every day so it’s hard to see the gradual changes. It’s imperative to take good before and afters as we don’t see changes that happen. No makeup, bright light. Remember, these are for your eyes only.

The PLLA in SculPPLA is a BIG Deal

It’s Poly – L – Lactic Acid and SculPPLA is used to drive Poly L Lactic Acid (which is the exact same stuff you’ll find in the filler Sculptra), as well as a blend of anti-aging favorites like caffeine and niacinamide into the top layer of your skin to plump wrinkles.

Sculplla Has a Sister Named CaviPLLA

Well, sort of.  I like to think of CapiPLLA as a sister product because the same maker of Sculppla made CaviPLLA. Caviar + PLLA + 02 = CaviPLLA. It’s a new hydrating serum (which feels more like a cream) that helps with the build-up process when you’re getting SculPPLA treatments. The Koreans love Caviar for the skin. They’re so smart and so advanced in the area of skincare. Get some here..  Learn how to use CaviPLLA here.

Find a SculPLLA Facial Filler Mask Esthetician here.

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