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Jalupro


BLOG BY KATE- What’s it all about? You asked so here it is!


Just another skin booster right?


Well .. no.. Jalupro isn’t and it’s our job to educate our patients.


When we age we age at every level.. Bone, deep fat, SMAS (that lovely layer housing all the good stuff including ligaments!) superficial fat and then our skin! Now for us to truly treat a patient and keep them looking their best we need to address each one!


Now luckily for us we have toxins to address contraction.. we have dermal fillers to help revolumise deep and superficial fat compartments and we have skin boosters which help regenerate our skin, tackling complexion and making sure our patients are glowing!


.. So where does Jalupro fit? Well Jalupro® Super Hydro is the latest innovation because it gives our patients that ‘boost’ they need to know they invested in the right treatment (80mg of Hybrid hyaluronic acid) but it also has 3 peptides and 7 amino acids to make sure it creates the improvement we want long term!


Peptides and amino acids are both compounds made up of building blocks called amino acids, but they differ in their structure and function.

Amino acids are the basic building blocks of protein, and there are 20 different amino acids that can be combined in various ways to form different proteins.


Peptides, on the other hand, are short chains of amino acids, typically consisting of 2-50 amino acids linked together by peptide bonds. Peptides can be found naturally in the body and play a variety of roles in biological processes, including signalling, enzymatic activity, and structural support.


In summary, amino acids are the building blocks of protein, while peptides are short chains of amino acids with specific functions in the body and can be used in various medical and cosmetic treatments and let's be fair the world loves a peptide and it's become a buzz word in the world of beauty and aesthetics over the last few years.


In injectable cosmetic treatments, peptides are used to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which are essential proteins that keep the skin firm and elastic. As we age, the production of these proteins decreases, leading to sagging skin, wrinkles, and fine lines.

Injectable cosmetic treatments, such as dermal fillers and Botox, can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, but peptides can enhance these effects by stimulating the skin's natural collagen and elastin production.


Thanks to its rich amino acid combination, Jalupro Super Hydro helps support and strengthen the synthesis of collagen and elastin through fibroblast stimulation: it penetrates deep into the skin where they enhance the peptide structure providing strong lifting effects, firmness, and deep hydration.

The best part is jalupro can help stimulate ligament regeneration which is vital for the overall structural stability of our patients! Ligaments in the face are important because they provide support and structure to the skin and underlying facial muscles. The ligaments act as anchors, holding the skin in place and preventing it from sagging or drooping. As we age, the ligaments in the face can weaken, causing the skin to lose its elasticity and start to sag. This can lead to wrinkles, fine lines, and a tired or aged appearance.


Jalupro Super Hydro can be used to treat a number of areas including the face, neck, décolleté, and hands making it versatile for your patients and a hybrid product for your clinic that gives your patient more than just a standard hyaluronic acid based product!


We have been asked to bring this education to our members so soon we will make sure we create a live, a FREE webinar and some practical days for our members to ensure you are always bringing the bear back for your patients ❤️


Also DO NOT forget that Acre are partnered with Jalupro so all our members can take advantage of even better prices! #win #win


Happy Sunday xxx



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