ALASTIN Skincare Inc announces the launch of its newest post-procedure innovation, INhance Post-Injection Serum with TriHex Technology.
This topical serum, featuring patented TriHex Technology (US Patent, No. 10,286,030) is specifically designed to work with injectables, such as dermal fillers, to help accelerate recovery from post-injection bruising and swelling while improving the appearance of skin quality and texture by supporting the skin’s natural production of elastin, collagen and Hyaluronic acid, according to the company in a news release.
It also features ChromaFADE Technology to accelerate post-injection recovery by supporting the removal of broken down red blood cells responsible for creating bruising discoloration and swelling, as well as other key active ingredients that support Hyaluronic acid production and skin plumping.
Dr Melanie Palm, Art of Skin MD, states, “As a board-certified dermatologist, I want an effective, easy to use, and well-tolerated product to hasten resolution of bruising and swelling. I had the distinct privilege to have the opportunity to evaluate INhance Post-Injection Serum as one of the early clinical investigators, and it delivers on all of these fronts. It is likely to become my standard of care for topical application immediately following cosmetic procedures.”
Dr Carolyn Jacob, Chicago Cosmetic Surgery and Dermatology, adds, “ALASTIN INhance Post-Injection Serum is the solution for our patients desiring to minimize their downtime after injectables. The combination of scientifically validated TriHex Technology along with rapid reduction of bruising and swelling make this the perfect post treatment product.”
In a clinical study, 81% of patients experienced less bruising after their treatment at day 2 and 3 on the INhance Post-Injection Serum treated side versus the side treated with a comparator, resulting in less patient downtime and greater symptomatic relief.
Additionally, in a patient survey, 100% of patients stated they would prefer a topical serum for post injection bruising and swelling versus an arnica patch, the release continues.