Sculplla H2  Facial 


What is it?

The Exquisite you is excited to offer Sculplla H2, a korean treatment that debuted in the US a year ago. The buzz started when an article by Harper's Bizaar was published and clients everywhere were clamoring to get this new amazing treatment.  

Where did it come from?

Sculptra ( a cousin to Sculplla) was originally approved by the FDA in 2004 to help HIV patients regain lost volume in their faces it lasts under the skin for up to two years and stimulates your body's own collagen production for long-term benefits.  

How does it work?

Sculplla drives an ingredient called Poly L Lactic Acid which is the exact same material you'll find in the filler Sculptra. It infuses a blend of anti-aging favorites like caffeine and niacinamide into the top layer of your skin without any needles to plump wrinkles. The Poly-L-Lactic acid combined with a unique hydrolyzed hydrogen sheet masque to further assist the process. There's no downtime, except avoiding water and sweat for 12 hours, and the results are cumulative  


Is PLLA Safe?

PLLA, also known as a bio simulator, liquid bandage or dissolving sutures, is a safe ingredient that’s been used in surgery for decades because of its ability to stimulate collagen which supports healthy skin.

If you don’t have access to getting the Sculplla Facial Filler Mask, the Sculplla’s Stem Cell Mist is the next best thing. Estheticians use Sculplla Stem Cell Mist to make the Sculplla Facial Filler mask last longer and to ignite the ingredients in the Mask.


How long does one treatment it last?

One Sculplla facial can last for six weeks and a series of three treatments done a week apart can last for five to six months. 


Other Uses

Applying it to skin like a serum immediately following microneedling treatments, so the injectable can seep into the tiny channels left by the needles. Layer on top of CaviPlla for a completely decadent treatment. For even more effective results, the mist can also be used as a conductive mist with your Clareblend MINI or the ANMA. 

Sculplla H2