What is Sunekos?

What is Sunekos?

Sunekos is a new injectable treatment containing a patented formula of amino acids and Hyaluronic acid. It regenerates the Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM) by stimulating the fibroblasts in the skin to produce a complete mix of collagen and elastin.

Sunekos is a great option for patients who wish to maintain a more natural look, or those who do not want or need Botox or fillers.

There are two formulations of the product available; Sunekos 200 (Hyaluronic Acid low molecular weight) and Sunekos 1200 (Hyaluronic Acid medium molecular weight).

Where can be treated using Sunekos?

It is an extremely versatile product and be used on the; face, neck, decollete, hands, arms, inner thighs, knees and the under-eye area.

Sunekos can treat various indications, including; loss of tone, skin ageing and premature skin ageing, skin dryness, solar elastosis, acne scarring, sun damage, dark circles under the eyes and fine lines and wrinkles.

Sagging skin and severe wrinkles can be using Sunekos 200 and Sunekos 1200 in combination for a “cushion” technique.

What is the treatment protocol for Sunekos?

Sunekos is injected into the mid-deep dermis of the treatment area using either micro-bolus or retrograde linear injections. A course of three to four weekly treatments is recommended for best results, followed by a repeated course of treatments six months later.

What does the Sunekos training course involve?

This training manual is the online pre study to complete your Sunekos training, moving forward we invite to attend a practical session where your Educator will demonstrate a Sunekos treatment on a model. Following this demonstration, delegates will each get the opportunity to carry out a Sunekos procedure on a model and to observe their fellow delegates. All delegates are closely guided and supervised by our Educator during the practical portion of the day.

 Further reading

De Servi , Orlandini, Caviola, Meloni “Amino acid and hyaluronic acid mixtures differentially regulate extra cellular matrix genes in cultured human fibroblasts” – PubMed – NCBI – Journal of Biological Regulators & Homeostatic Agents. 2018 May-Jun;32(3):517-527

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29921376/

Efficacy and Tolerance of an Injectable Medical Device Containing Hyaluronic Acid and Amino acids: A Monocentric Six-Month Open-Label Evaluation (longdom.org)

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