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What is Radara?

Skin is made up of three layers: the epidermis (outermost layer), the dermis (inner layer) and the subcutaneous layer. It is designed as a natural barrier, intended to keep out harmful elements and protect your body, however, this barrier also means that skin creams can have a hard time penetrating the skin effectively. Active ingredients in skincare products that are applied to the skin’s surface only penetrate the very top few layers of the epidermis and cannot reach down to the level where they are needed to effect skin renewal, hydration and collagen formation.

Radara’s unique micro-channelling approach using ultra-thin patches provide a direct route through the skin’s barrier, allowing the high-grade HA serum to penetrate to the deeper skin levels where it is most needed.

The cleverly shaped, flexible Radara patches are coated with microscopic plastic structures (like needles) less than 0.5mm long. When applied to the skin, these patches painlessly create hundreds of tiny micro-channels in the epidermis.

Radara’s specially-formulated serum containing pure hyaluronic acid (HA) is then applied and flows through the newly-created micro-channels to the deeper skin layers where it is needed most. Here, the HA serum restores the skin’s natural elasticity, hydration and support – giving a smoother, firmer feel as well as gently reducing signs of ageing such as fine lines and wrinkles.

To book your free skin assessment call MediZen now on 0121 308 4373.

 

Your Radara Experience 

Before Radara 

Before you decide to use Radara targeted skincream, we invite you to visit our medically led clinic in Sutton Coldfield, with easy transport links to surrounding areas such as Walsall, Lichfield, Tamworth and Birmingham. One of our skin health professionals will assess your skin prior to treatment, to be sure that Radara is the most effective treatment for you. Our expert will discuss with you what kind of results you would like to achieve, and will explain the process, what results you can expect to achieve and any potential side effects to ensure that you have all the information before you make a decision.

During Radara

The Radara skin cream system is intended for once a day, at home application.

Before application of Radara your skin should be cleansed and free of make-up. Inside your box you will find a single use set of patches; each patch is individually shaped for each side of your face. After applying each patch to your outer eye area, firmly smooth the patch over your skin with pressure from your fingers. During this process you will experience a painless tingling sensation. After you have positioned the patches and applied patches and replaced them back into the packet, dispense a single pump of serum over your skin around your eyes. You then reapply the patches and leave in place for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes dispose of the single-use patches and wipe away excess serum.

After Radara 

It is common to observe a mild redness when using the Radara patches, however, this will not cause you any pain or discomfort and will reduce within a few minutes. After application of Radara you will being to notice results after 2 weeks of continual daily use. You will notice significant reduction in fine lines and wrinkles of up to 35% in four weeks. Radara continues to deliver results for up to four weeks post-treatment (improved skin quality, wrinkle reduction).

Radara Side Effects 

Radara can help you achieve excellent results. Side effects are very minimal and any potential risks will be discussed with your during your skin assessment with our practitioner. It is common to observe a mild redness when using the Radara patches but this will not cause you any pain or discomfort and will reduce within a few minutes, unlike traditional microneedling, which may require pre-treatment anaesthetic and can lead to bleeding.


Book yourself a consultation with us here at MediZen.

If you think Radara Targeted Skincare could be the right treatment for you, why not give us a call on 0121 667 5703? Our Midlands-based clinic in Sutton Coldfield has easy transport links from many parts of country.