If you haven’t heard of Poly-L-Lactic-Acid (PLLA), you might not understand what all the fuss is about with Sculplla Stem Cell Mist or Caviplla Multi-Serum.

PLLA is the same ingredient found in SCULPTRA™,  an injectable that contains micro-particles of PLLA. PLLA a biologicially compatible and biodegradable (think dissolvable stitches), synthetic polymer from the alpha-hydroxy-acid family. It is also found in the SculPLLA Facial Filler Masks that are all the rage in Hollywood because of the skin and wrinkle plumping action achieved with the mask. And NOW it’s available to you in Sculplla Stem Cell Mist.

So, if you don’t want needles poked into your face for injectables and have to deal with the inherent risks, or who don’t have access to a Licensed Esthetician for the Sculplla Facial Filler Mask treatment, Sculplla Mist and CaviPLLA is a great choice.

And there’s more…

PLLA can supercharge your body’s production of collagen which is lost with aging, sun damage, and poor skin care. Loss of collagen often results in the sunken look we dread that makes us look haggered, tired, even gaunt. Over time (patience is required) the boosting of collagen helps the skin plump and those sunken areas can look full again.

The process is cumulative and might look like this. It may begin with fine lines like those in crows feet disappearing. Then the overall feel of skin begins to feel smoother and appear more youthful. The ongoing affects of using Sculplla Mist and CaviPLLA creates skin that looks fuller, lifted and more radiant.

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