Developed by UTH Aesthetics Ltd, part of CST Group of Companies , the UTH range comprises four products: Hydrate, Fine, Deep and Sub-Q
The company explains that Hydrate is a skin booster that acts as a sub dermal moisturiser, stimulating the fibroblasts to product collagen; Fine is a soft hyaluronic acid filler used for correcting wrinkles and volume loss; Deep is a thicker gel for treating moderate to deep wrinkles and the lips; and Sub-Q has the thickest properties of the range, designed for tissue augmentation, volume restoration and facial contouring.
Neil Clarkson, director of UTH Aesthetics Ltd, said, “This product is the culmination of 18 years of research. We wanted to create a dermal filler range that is second to none when it comes to quality and safety, while also being competitively priced. The product ingredients are unrivalled in their quality and our glass syringe delivery system guarantees no plastic contamination of hyaluronic acid.”
Aesthetic practitioner and vice chair of the JCCP, Dr Martyn King, commented on the launch, "As lockdown begins to ease and we can all get back to practicing, it’s the perfect time to launch a product of this nature. UTH provides aesthetic practitioners with everything they need in its range to deliver safe, effective and long-lasting results across the mirage of patient needs. Safety is such a huge part of my many roles in the aesthetics sector and I believe that the science, technology, cross-linking and the use of a glass syringe will reassure practitioners of the safety and effectiveness of the UTH range. I will certainly be using the four products in my clinic.”
According to the company, all practitioners who stock the product will receive a comprehensive marketing pack, which will include collateral and selling tools as well as consent and aftercare forms.