Cytocare is a French line (Revitacare) of cosmetic dermal fillers and mesotherapy injectables with hyaluronic acid as an active ingredient. The hydrating and filling effect of hyaluronic acid is further enhanced with the brand’s exclusive formulation Rejuvenating Complex CT50, consisting of multivitamins, antioxidants, and amino acids. The Cytocare range comes in three concentrations (2mg, 16mg, and 32mg), which are proven to be effective in smoothing the epidermis of the skin, correcting fine lines, boosting skin radiance, and protecting the skin from damage.
If your patients are looking for an effective way of maintaining their youthful skin or correcting signs of aging, without the hassle of surgery, Cytocare fillers could be right for them. The hyaluronic acid in Cytocare rehydrates the skin, delays the onset of fine lines, and makes the skin appear more radiant, making it a good alternative preventative treatment for younger skin without signs of aging.
Compared to other dermal fillers in the market, the concentration of hyaluronic acid in Cytocare is just enough to improve fine lines and wrinkles without adding volume or altering of the patient’s facial structure. Recommend Cytocare to your patients if they are looking for a safe, effective, and non-surgical treatment for:
Revitacare’s Skin Rejuvenating Booster line offers three types of Cytocare products in varying concentrations to address different skin concerns of men and women of all ages. Whether your patients require protection, correction, or reduction, there is a Cytocare product designed to meet their needs. Any of these treatments can be injected in the middle dermis or superficial dermis of the face, neck, and back of hands.
The human skin undergoes normal aging process that can be accelerated by different internal and external factors. Stress, hormonal problems, environmental pollutants, and harsh weather conditions can make the skin age faster and more prone to damage. The antioxidative defense of the skin is influenced by a combination of different vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutritive factors.
Topical peptides, retinoid (Vitamin A), ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), and tocopherol (Vitamin E) are just some of the most popular ingredients used in many cosmeceutical products. These ingredients are well-studied and documented to play a role in inhibiting collagen degradation, and managing various skin concerns.
Cytocare injections contain the right amount of hyaluronic acid to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin. Each product is packed with multivitamins and antioxidants, including but not limited to retinol, thiamin, riboflavin, nicotinamide, pyridoxine, ascorbic acid, ergocalciferol, and tocopherol—all working in synergy to enhance the effect of hyaluronic acid and restore the skin’s elasticity, tonicity, and radiance.
Cytocare injections can be administered manually or with a gun into the middle dermis or superficial dermis of the face, neck, and hands. It is important to use the right injection technique to spread the solution evenly across the skin. Choose the right variation of Cytocare based on your patient’s skin concern. Initial treatment may include three sessions at a three-week interval. For maintenance, one session every three months is recommended.
The effects of biodegradable, non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid is temporary. Touch-ups are recommended for maintenance and long lasting effect. Various factors can hasten the degradation of hyaluronic acid and negate the effects of the antioxidants injected. Advise your patients to reduce sun exposure, smoking, and alcohol consumption to experience the full effect of the treatment.
Cytocare injections may cause mild side effects that will resolve on its own. Patients may experience tenderness, redness, itching, swelling, and bruising at the site of injection. This product is not applicable to patients who are allergic to hyaluronan, lidocaine, and bacterial proteins.
Patients treated with Cytocare can go back to their normal daily activities right after injection, but strenuous exercises must be avoided. If patient is expected to attend an event or gathering, office visit must be scheduled a few weeks ahead to allow full recovery from possible side effects.
The average cost of Cytocare fillers is similar to other dermal fillers on the market, ranging from $600 to $800. The cost of each treatment will depend on the area to be treated, and is ultimately determined by you.