The pandemic has highlighted the growing prevalence of biotech in our everyday lives. Over the past year, research into vaccines has brought the biotech industry to the forefront of our news agendas, which has developed new interest in the different uses it can offer in society. It has become overwhelmingly clear that the influence of biotech extends far beyond the realms of science alone, with the cosmetics industry now starting to embrace the benefits which science can offer.
New technologies and advancements in biotech have infiltrated the cosmetics arena; this offers a whole host of benefits when it comes to the end-product for everyday consumers. Uvence is one of the first treatments to facilitate the fusion of science with beauty on a vast scale, demonstrated through both its future facing properties and ease of accessibility.
Uvence creates its personalised products from a patient’s own fat cells, which are extracted by an initial micro or mini liposuction. Uvence harnesses the rejuvenating properties of active molecules found within these cells to help improve the look, feel and complexion of problem areas of the skin; including the face, neck, décolletage and hands. Unlike other treatments, the procedure uses completely natural and 100% personalised extracts, which will work only with each individual patient’s skin with no risk of rejection.
The benefits of taking a future-facing approach in any industry can reap huge benefits, and this has only been highlighted further by the development of several successful COVID vaccines in recent months. Importantly, this has shed new light on just how vast the umbrella of biotech really is, and hints at the potential for other industries to follow suit. The Uvence treatment is a clear example of how cosmetic treatments have revolutionised in the wake of innovations in biotech, and also demonstrates how future facing the cosmetics arena has become.
The embrace of scientific advancements in the cosmetics arena also feeds into how increasing numbers of us are now seeking regenerative and naturally based treatments. It has become clear that a ‘one size fits all’ approach does not work for everyone when it comes to treatments, which has led to an increased demand for procedures tailored specifically to our unique biological makeup. Uvence recognises this need for personalisation, and therefore uses the patient’s own cells for rejuvenation of the skin.