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NCTF stands for “New Cellular Treatment Factor”. It is an injectable poly-revitalizing complex, developed by the French brand Filorga, which contains more than 50 active ingredients, including vitamins, minerals, nucleic acids, amino acids and antioxidants.

NCTF is used in aesthetic treatments to improve the quality of the skin, increasing its hydration, luminosity and firmness, as well as reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It can be applied to different areas of the body, such as the face, neck, décolleté and hands.

This product is injected into the skin using micro-injections by a qualified health professional. Each session lasts an average of 30 minutes and generally 3 to 5 sessions are recommended, at intervals of 2 to 4 weeks, for best results.

NCTF is considered a safe and effective option for improving the appearance of the skin and slowing down the signs of ageing, but it is essential to consult your healthcare professional before starting any type of aesthetic treatment.

What are the advantages?

The advantages of using NCTF in aesthetic treatments include:

  • Improved skin quality: NCTF contains a combination of active ingredients that help improve the skin’s hydration, firmness and radiance;
  • Reduction of wrinkles and fine lines: The poly-revitalizing complex can help stimulate the production of collagen and elastin in the skin, helping to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines;
  • Filling effect: NCTF can also be used in facial filling procedures, helping to restore volume to areas such as the cheekbones, lips and nasolabial folds;
  • Safety: NCTF is considered a safe option for aesthetic treatments, as long as it is applied by a qualified health professional;
  • Long-lasting results: The results of NCTF treatments tend to last for months, allowing for a significant reduction in the frequency of treatments compared to other techniques;
  • Personalized treatment: NCTF can be adjusted according to the individual needs of each patient, allowing for a personalized and precise approach.

Which areas can be handled by the NCTF?

NCTF can be used on different areas of the body, most commonly on the face, neck, décolleté and hands:

  • Face: NCTF can be used to improve the quality of the skin on the face, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, improve the hydration and luminosity of the skin and restore volume to areas such as the cheekbones and lips.
  • Neck and neck: These areas are also prone to wrinkles and fine lines, as well as sagging skin and can be treated with NCTF to improve the overall appearance.
  • Hands: The hands are also a common area of aging concern, and NCTF can help improve hydration, smooth wrinkles, fine lines and restore lost volume.

What care should be taken after treatment with NCTF?

After undergoing treatment with NCTF, it is important to follow certain precautions to ensure the best recovery and results. Here are some of the main precautions to take after NCTF treatment:

1. Avoid make-up in the first few hours after treatment: It is recommended to avoid make-up in the first few hours after treatment to allow the skin to rest and recover;

2. Avoid intense physical activity: It is recommended to avoid intense physical activity in the first 24 hours after treatment, as perspiration can irritate the skin and compromise the results;

3. Protect yourself from the sun: It is important to protect your skin from the sun after treatment, avoiding direct exposure and using a sunscreen with a high sun protection factor (SPF);

4. Keep your skin hydrated: Keeping your skin hydrated is important to ensure proper recovery after treatment. Drink plenty of water and use a moisturizer suitable for your skin;

5. Avoid additional treatments: Avoid having other aesthetic treatments on the same area that was treated with NCTF, for at least two weeks after the treatment;

6. Follow your doctor’s instructions: It is important to follow your doctor’s instructions to ensure a proper recovery and the best possible results.

What are the contraindications for treatment with NCTF?

Although NCTF is considered a safe and effective aesthetic treatment, there are some contraindications that should be considered before starting treatment.

Here are some of the main contraindications for NCTF treatment:

1. Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid treatment with NCTF, as the effects of the product on the fetus or baby are not known;

2. Active infections in the treatment area: NCTF should not be applied to areas with active infections, as this may increase the risk of complications and secondary infections;

3. Autoimmune diseases: People with autoimmune diseases, such as lupus or scleroderma, should avoid treatment with NCTF, as it can trigger an inflammatory response in the body;

4. History of allergies: People with a history of allergies to any of the ingredients in NCTF should avoid treatment;

5. Active acne: Treatment with NCTF can aggravate active acne, so it is important to treat acne before starting treatment;

6. Use of anticoagulants: The use of anticoagulants can increase the risk of bruising and bleeding after treatment with NCTF, so it is important to inform your doctor if you are taking any of these drugs;

It is important to remember that these contraindications may vary according to the individual needs of each patient, so it is essential to discuss your health conditions with a qualified health professional before deciding to have treatment with NCTF.


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