Introducing the new heterologous type 1 collagen, Nithya. It stimulates fibroblast production and helps the body to produce type 3 collagen. It promotes better microcirculation which helps in further production of collagen, resulting in a more youthful looking skin.
What is Nithya?
Nithya is a heterologous, native type I collagen. When the collagen is native it reduces almost to zero the presence of free telopeptidesa source of allergenicity. It can be defined native because it preserves the same physical and chemical characteristics typical of collagen in the living organism (the same sequence and composition of aminoacids and the same moleculare structure). The collagen protein retains its native triple helix structure and there are no free telopeptides.
What is it used for?
After reaching the age of 25, we lose up to 1.5% of collagen from our skin each year. The resulting wrinkles appear due to the loss of our natural collagen which can be mitigated by replenishing it. This can now be achieved through treatment with Nithya collagen, a product designed for the regeneration and reconstruction of tissues.
It produces the optimal conditions to restore connective tissue. It supplements dermal bio-revitalisation and assists the regeneration of connective tissue in the dermis proving perfect conditions for the physiological neo-formation of collagen. It can be used for body and facial chrono- and photo-aging treatments.
Are there any side effects?
Nithya is unique in the marketplace, is safe, has no side effects, is hypoallergenic and gives excellent results. Used in combination with Lidocaine, the procedure is virtually painless. It is the only commercially available Type 1 collagen intended for aesthetic procedures and bears the CE mark 0373.
Certified professional provider
Dr Mishra, who is also a qualified GP, is a qualified health practitioner who is licenced to administer this treatment through intradermal infiltration.