Aqua glossy treatment in Korea - restore skin with hyaluronic acid

Aqua glossy treatment

Hydrated and elastic skin is the key for fresh, youthful face!

Skin thickness degrades as we age

Restore your skin’s beauty with aqua glossy treatment

As the skin ages, the amount of hyaluronic acid which is a key component of the skin’s dermis layer naturally decreases, causing the skin to appear rough and develop fine wrinkles. Hyaluronic acid is a biocompatible high molecular substance that was approved by the U.S. FDA in 1997. The aqua glossy treatment is a safe and simple procedure that directly injects hyaluronic acid using ultrafine mesotherapy technique into the skin to improve its fundamental structure and alleviate the causes of aging for younger, healthier-looking skin.

Aqua glossy treatment has a wide range of effects—including intense hydration, brightening, fine wrinkle improvement, skin texture improvement, lifting, pore reduction, elasticity improvement, exfoliation, skin rejuvenation, pigmentation correction, and more. Hydrated, sparkling dewy skin can be yours!

Types of treatment

  1. Aqua glossy treatment

    Hyaluronic acid plays an important role in maintaining hydration within the skin’s dermis layer. This simple procedure reinforces the skin’s moisture and elasticity.
  2. Aqua glossy DNA (Aqua glossy treatment + DNA)

    This skin healing treatment uses a combination of hyaluronic acid and DNA components like polynucleotide from salmon to boost cellular repair and naturally restore damaged skin.
  3. Aqua glossy PRP (Aqua glossy treatment + PRP)

    A skin regeneration procedure that improves a range of symptoms by injecting a combination of hyaluronic acid and the patient’s blood. The blood is rich in growth factors and stimulates collagen production for new cells.

Results vary depending on the patient, however, on average patients see results within a week of treatment and can expect effects to last approximately three months. Aqua glossy DNA and PRP treatments have a longer duration period. (DNA: around 6 months / PRP: around 1 year).