What is Sunekos?
Its a patented formula of amino acids and Hyaluronic acid that stimulates the production of your body's collagen and elastin - which are the main structural components of the Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM).
By repairing damaged skin from the inside out, it literally regenerates your skin. The result is a natural youthful appearance due to skin tightening in the area, improved skin hydration and texture, and a reduction in lines and wrinkles.
What can Sunekos treat?
This new product is extremely versatile and can be used on the face, neck, decolletage, hands, arms, inner thighs, knees and under the eye area.
Sunekos can treat a large number of symptoms, including:
Loss of skin tone, sagging and severe wrinkles.
Loss of hydration.
Dark circles under eyes.
Fine lines and wrinkles.
Clients can benefit from the following:
Reduction in volume loss.
Reduction in wrinkle severity.
Improvement in deep skin hydration.
Improvement in skin surface hydration.
Improvement in definition.
Sunekos Treatment Process
Sunekos comes in two preparations;
Sunekos 200 (suitable for clients with less visible wrinkles).
Sunekos 1200 (perfect for more visible signs of ageing).
They can also be used in combination to provide the best results.
The recommended treatment process consists of 4 treatment phases, 7-10 days apart. Each treatment involves small injections into the skin. You will also be given a box with 30 days worth of drinkable amino acid sachets. These aid the production of elastin and collagen production, allowing you to have healthier looking skin. You can see a marked improvement as the treatments progress, but for maximum benefit the full course of 4 treatments is recommended.
The treatment involves lots of little injections, however it is virtually painless due to using such fine needles. The procedure does not require local anaesthetic or numbing creams.
How long does Sunekos last?
The official stance is that Sunekos lasts up to 6 months, however research suggests that there is still improvement in the skin for approximately 8 months following completion of treatment.