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Sculptra is a groundbreaking dermal filler renowned for its unique approach to facial rejuvenation.


Unlike traditional fillers, Sculptra utilises poly-L-lactic acid, a biocompatible substance that stimulates collagen production. This leads to a gradual, natural-looking enhancement of facial volume and contouring.


Developed by Galderma, a trusted pharmaceutical company, Sculptra's effects are subtle yet transformative, addressing signs of ageing with a long-lasting, gradual improvement.

This innovative treatment is favoured by dermatologists and aestheticians worldwide for its ability to provide a refreshed, youthful appearance without the immediate, dramatic changes often associated with traditional fillers.


With its proven track record, Sculptra stands as a cutting-edge option for individuals seeking a gradual and enduring approach to facial revitalisation.


Sculptra is administered through a series of injections performed by one of Ambra’s trained practitioners. Prior to the treatment, a topical numbing agent may be applied for comfort.

Using a fine needle, Sculptra is strategically injected into targeted areas of the face, stimulating collagen production. The provider may massage the treated areas to ensure even distribution of the product. The procedure is precise, taking into account individual facial anatomy and desired results.


While initial volume may be noticeable, Sculptra's true effects emerge gradually over weeks as collagen production increases, providing natural-looking, long-lasting rejuvenation. Multiple sessions may be recommended for optimal results.


Sculptra offers natural, long-lasting facial rejuvenation by stimulating collagen production. Its gradual effects provide subtle volume enhancement, addressing facial wrinkles and sagging skin.


With results lasting up to two years, it surpasses many traditional fillers. The non-surgical procedure is safe, customisable, and generally well-tolerated, making it a preferred choice for facial rejuvenation.

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