Rejuran vs Teosyal Redensity 1
The Differences Between The Top Two Contenders
It is evident that more people are opting for skin boosters to look and feel good during recent times. But what are they and how do you go about choosing the right one for your skin?
As you age, it is evident that your skin will start to lose its moisture due to the continuous disintegration of collagen and elastin fibres.
While regular moisturisers are not enough to produce said fibres, skin boosters have been proven to be an effective solution to help regenerate these essential fibres to give you better-looking skin that self-hydrates and smoothens itself from within.
A popular treatment within Asia, mainly in Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, read on to find out the differences between the top two skin boosters – Rejuran Healer and Teosyal Redensity 1 (RD1) – to help with your decision making.
Repair vs Glow
While Rejuran is generally used for its healing properties for the skin, Teosyal RD1 is used for skin brightening.
Polynucleotide (PN), which comes from salmon DNA fragments can be found in Rejuran is known for being the closest to human DNA and helps stimulate fibroblast activities in the skin, which triggers the skin cells to self-repair.
With that being said, it also helps with skin regeneration by protecting the moisture in keeping the skin hydrated, removing wrinkles and helping to reduce ageing effects.
Teosyal RD1 on the other hand, contains a higher content of hyaluronic acid – a natural chemical compound found in skin, cartilage, brain and other bodily tissues that draws moisture and naturally plumps and hydrates one’s complexion – which is known to keep skin hydrated and damage-resistant, and lightens skin pigmentation.
Additionally, Teosyal RD1 also contains three potent antioxidants, two minerals, one vitamin and eight amino acids. Glutathione, the most notable antioxidant, comes with whitening properties that is widely sought after.
Texture vs Appearance
After two days to four weeks of undergoing the Rejuran treatment, one will notice a smoother skin texture, better oil balance and reduced sebum production, increased skin elasticity through self-collagen regeneration, and improved skin condition of one’s skin looking noticeable healthier, brighter and firmer.
With the Teosyal RD1 treatment, one will notice the effects after undergoing the treatment regime of doing the first three sessions at three weeks interval, followed by a follow-up session every four to six months. Upon completion, one would notice a generally bright appearance with an improvement of uneven density, fine lines and a radiant glow.
In conclusion, if you are looking for a skin booster to reduce acne scars, improve skin texture and help with skin healing, the Rejuran treatment is the one for you. However, if you are looking for a skin booster to even out your skin’s appearance, improve the look of wrinkles and a radiant complexion, the Teosyal Redensity 1 (RD1) treatment is the one for you.
Both skin boosters, introduced into the skin via micro-injection or a needleless system, are mostly made up of hyaluronic acid. Albeit painful, the process is done manually via a small needle, injection gun or through a needleless transdermal air jet system.
However, at Zoe Medical, we try to make your experiences as pain-free as possible by investing in an evidence-based pain management system that will ensure you undergo a comfortable and pleasant treatment! Our experienced team at Zoe Medical will run through the differences between Teosyal Redensity 1 and Rejuran Healer as an established aesthetic clinic.
Our experienced team will constantly put your needs and concerns at the forefront, and you can expect a fully personalised consultation and treatment from us. As every individual have different severity or concerns, feel free to reach out to us for an assessment or consultation.
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All information provided is purely for educational purposes only and does not constitute as medical advice.