Sculptra is a renowned injectable dermal filler that has been transforming the cosmetic industry since its inception in 1999. Sculptra Aesthetic targets wrinkles and folds on the face to bestow a youthful appearance. The magic behind Sculptra lies in its primary ingredient, poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA). This component acts as a collagen stimulator, offering long-lasting, natural-looking results that last up to two years. Sculptra results can last up to two years, and maintenance treatments extend the longevity of the effects. At Halo Med Spa and IV Bar in Frederick, MD, we pride ourselves on delivering top-tier Sculptra treatments, ensuring our clients leave with a rejuvenated and confident glow. Discover the many benefits of Sculptra today and embrace a younger, rejuvenated appearance. Book your appointment online to get started!
Areas Sculptra Can Be Used
Areas Sculptra Can
These are the lines that run from the sides of the nose to the corners of the mouth. Sculptra helps smooth these lines, giving a more youthful appearance.
Sculptra can be used to treat and reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the chin, providing a smoother skin texture.
Sculptra is popularly used for nonsurgical butt lifts, enhancing the shape and volume.
Sculptra can treat areas with cellulite, offering a smoother skin appearance.
Chest, Elbow, and Knee Wrinkles
Sculptra can address wrinkles in these areas, rejuvenating the skin.
Benefits of Sculptra
Sculptra’s primary ingredient is poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA).
Some results may be immediate, but full effects can take a few weeks to manifest.
Sculptra results can last up to two years.
Yes, it’s FDA-approved and deemed safe when administered by trained professionals.
The best results are usually achieved after a series of three Sculptra treatments. The first two are scheduled six weeks apart, and the last is scheduled six months later. Your provider will suggest the frequency of injections after establishing your goals and assessing the treatment area.
Common side effects include swelling, bruising, redness, and tenderness at the injection site.