What is Ejal40?

Ejal 40 is a relatively new hydrobooster that contains a combination of hyaluronic acid and succinic acid. Succinic acid is thought to enhance the effectiveness of hyaluronic acid by promoting cellular regeneration and reducing inflammation. This is an injectable solution based on highly purified hyaluronic acid, which can be safely considered as the young and brilliant sister of Profhilo.

What are the overall benefits of Ejal 40 for the body?

  • A reduction in sagging skin.
  • Reduce wrinkles.
  • Improve your skin tone & Elasticity.
  • Improve your overall skin condition.
  • Noticeable skin texture improvements.
  • Improves tissue quality.
  • Revitalized, hydrated, and younger-looking skin.

How does EJAL 40 work?

EJAL 40 helps boost hyaluronic acid levels to counteract aging. It’s used for skin rejuvenation, preventing photoaging, treating stretch marks, and preparing for intradermal fillers.

EJAL 40 uses the 4 Bio Revitalisation Points technique to apply hyaluronic acid gently and efficiently, focusing on specific areas to minimize bruising and ensure even distribution.


Why should you choose EJAL 40?

Ejal 40 is designed to boost the production and repair of the extracellular matrix.

It improves the ability of fibroblasts to create a healthy environment, leading to better cellular functions, hydration, and the production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid.

Ejal 40 can revitalize dehydrated and damaged skin caused by aging and sun exposure.

For more information on Ejal and how it can help other parts of the body, click here.


How long does EJAL last?

Ejal40 typically lasts for around six to nine months. We would usually recommend 3 treatments for you to really see results.

Because Ejal40 is so effective at restructuring and reinforcing the extracellular matrix, it is possible to use it on more dehydrated or sun-damaged skin. Some treatments can only go so far and might not be suited to more damaged skin, which makes Ejal 40 the perfect solution in this case.

1 Treatment €250

3 Treatments (Prepaid) €650

  • The treatment does not require any special preparations.
  • The procedure will normally be preceded by an in-depth medical interview.
  • Chemical peels and strong cosmetic products should not be used in the area where the treatment will be performed for a few days before the treatment
  • You should not drink alcohol 48 hours before the procedure
  • Avoid strong heating of the body before the treatment (solarium, saunas, direct sunlight)
  • For 4 days, do not expose yourself to direct sunlight, or warm-up treatments.
  • It is recommended to use SPF 50 sunscreen creams
  • As with most of our cosmetic treatments, we recommend that you avoid vigorous exercise for 7 days following your procedure, we give up using the sauna, swimming pool, gyms, hot baths, solariums, and other places of a large group of people
  • Chemical peels and strong cosmetic products should not be used in the area where the treatment will be performed for a few days after the treatment
  • You should not drink alcohol for 24 hours
  • Make-up should not be done for 48 hours to prevent infection
  • It is important to strictly follow the rules of hygiene: dry your face with disposable towels, tone the skin, keep make-up brushes, and sponges clean, regularly change bath and hand towels, avoid touching your face, replace clean sheets for the post-treatment period.

If any of the categories below apply to you, we wouldn’t recommend Ejal 40 for you, unfortunately.

  • below 18 years old
  • pregnancy and lactation period
  • allergy / hypersensitivity to the ingredients of the products
  • hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid
  • bacterial, fungal, and viral skin infections, skin inflammation
  • active herpes, i.e., viral lesions
  • severe forms of acne requiring pharmacological treatment
  • blood coagulation disorders
  • use of anticoagulant drugs
  • skin allergies
  • high susceptibility to allergies
  • damaged and irritated skin
  • connective tissue diseases
  • tendency to develop hypertrophic scars
  • tendency to develop keloids
  • sunburn
  • discontinuity of the epidermis
  • decompensated diabetes
  • neoplastic and autoimmune diseases
  • use of immunosuppressive drugs
  • use of corticosteroids (6-8 weeks)
  • oral therapy with retinoids, derivatives of vitamin a (at least 6 months break)
  • condition after surgery at the site of surgery (up to 2 months)
  • multiple melanocytic marks, numerous telangiectasias
  • condition after cryotherapy (up to 6 months)
  • skin cancers, including undergoing radiation therapy
  • chemotherapy
  • mental disorders, lack of cooperation
  • oral, long-term steroid therapy
  • psoriasis