What skin conditions can Aquagold microinfusion treat?
Fine lines, wrinkles, laxity, hyperpigmentation, acne scarring, pore size, and dullness.
The entire treatment is customized to your skin concerns.
What are the ingredient products used in the cocktail infusion?
Customized to your skin-care concerns, it evenly delivers a tailored infusion of potent treatments into the skin on your face, neck, décolletage, and even on the back of your hands. Popular treatment combinations include:
A toxin like Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, or Jeuveau to shrink pore size, reduce sebum production, and reduce redness from rosacea (the needles don’t penetrate as deeply as a syringe, so you won’t have the same wrinkle-relaxing results as you would from an injection of toxin into the muscle)
Growth factors to enhance collagen production
Pigmentation reduction ingredients
Peptides, to improve your skin’s texture and make it smoother and firmer
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) derived from your own blood, to stimulate cell turnover and collagen production
Antioxidants such as vitamins B, C, and E, to prevent free-radical damage and brighten skin tone
Who can have the treatment?
Most people are good candidates, but avoid Aquagold if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have an active infection or cystic acne outbreak.
Is this treatment painful?
Each microneedle is thinner than a human hair, so the treatment is virtually painless, but your provider may add lidocaine to eliminate any discomfort.
What is the downtime?
There’s no downtime after an Aquagold treatment, but you may have some redness that dissipates quickly (within 30 minutes to an hour) and look a little pink for a few days. To allow the serum time to work, avoid washing your face for at least five hours, or even until the next morning. The serum won’t clog your pores or cause any overnight breakouts.
How soon will you see results from Aquagold, and how long will they last?
You should see results like a brighter complexion, increased firmness, and a smoother skin texture after about two weeks. The effects can last up to six months, depending on the ingredients that were used and how well you care for your skin afterward. For optimal results and increased collagen production, you’ll need an initial series of three treatments, spaced four to six weeks apart. After that, it’s recommended to set a schedule of maintenance sessions (typically, every three to six months)