CELLBOOSTER®, the best solution for your skin

Mesotherapy is a method which is using needles to insert natural extracts, minerals, antioxidants and vitamins into the skin layers where they are the most effective. CELLBOOSTER® by Suisselle, is a range of different Swiss made injectable boosters (Class III Medical Device). Which are stabilized complexes obtained thanks to the patented CHAC technology. They are without any chemical binding agents such as BDDE, having the benefit to enhance molecular stability which lead to faster and longer-lasting results.

The main ingredient of CELLBOOSTER® is hyaluronic acid with a concentration of 18mg/3mL, it is stabilized with a specific active ingredient’s formulation composed by amino acids and vitamins. Thanks to the patented CHAC technology, the active components are released sequentially for longer-lasting action and better results.

Hyaluronic acid is a hydrophilic polymer and has hydrating action on the skin. The amino acids blend provides an antioxidant effect while improving also the skin quality by replenishing key structural components. Vitamins are very important because of the antioxidant activity and play important roles in cellular metabolism. 

The compounds of CELLBOOSTER® stimulate the fibroblasts to produce more collagen and elastin, to improve the extracellular matrix, and they also protect the cells from damage caused by free radicals. Thanks to CELLBOOSTER® activity we can improve skin quality controlling hyperpigmentation, preventing hair loss and reducing stretch marks or cellulite.

Treatment areas

– Face, neck & cleavage;

– Back of hands & internal face of arms;

– Knees & thighs;

– Abdomen.

Side effects

It is recommended that you have some time to recover after your mesotherapy treatment. You can experience some stinging, redness and superficial swelling, which will settle within 24-48 hours. Sometimes you may bruise.

Although rare, other possible side effects include the appearance of some small needle marks which will also resolve within a few days. Infection is very, very rare. Treatment around the eye area may take longer to settle – possibly 5-7 days.