RESTYLANE® SKINBOOSTERS™ VITAL LIGHT w/ Lidocaine

Manufacturer : Galderma

Active Substance(s) : Hyaluronic acid, lidocaine

Strength : 12mg/ml, 3mg/ml

Pack Size : 1-1ml prefilled syringe

Accessories : Package insert, 3 needles

$138.00 / pack

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1 - 5 pack(s) $138.00 USD
6 - 10 pack(s) $134.00 USD
11 - 20 pack(s) $131.00 USD
21 - 50 pack(s) $124.00 USD
51+ pack(s) USD$118.00 118.00USD

RESTYLANE® SKINBOOSTERS™ VITAL LIGHT with Lidocaine


Where and how to buy it?

This product is a skin hydrating injection, and you can purchase it online from DoctorMedica.co or by phone. Buy it from Doctor Medica to help rehydrate and rejuvenate skin.

What is this product made of?

This injectable medical device comes in a pre-filled syringe. The skin booster gel it contains is made with non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid (NASHA), produced by bacterial fermentation from Streptococci bacteria, and Lidocaine, an anesthetic.

What is it used for?

Doctors use it as a mesotherapy treatment to rehydrate and rejuvenate skin. This skin booster injection is most suitable for patients who are younger and who still have skin in good condition, or patients who have more delicate skin. On areas such as the face, neck, decolletage between the neck and breasts, and the back of the hands, this skin booster treatment can help restore moisture and improve skin tone and elasticity.

How does it work?

This product contains hyaluronic acid, which tends to hold moisture, rehydrating the skin. This additional moisture can also help reduce the appearance of fine lines as the moisture adds subtle volume to the skin. Hyaluronic acid acts as an antioxidant to help protect the skin from free radicals that can damage cells, and it can also help encourage the growth of collagen and elastin to help improve skin tone and elasticity. The hyaluronic acid then gradually breaks down within the skin.

How long does it last?

Initially, you should administer two or three treatments four weeks apart. For maintenance, administer another skin booster treatment every four to six months. However, this will depend on factors such as the patient's age and lifestyle.

Who can use it and how to do it?

Only trained medical professionals should administer this injectable. To use it, first assemble the needle and Luer Lock syringe, and disinfect the treatment area. Press the syringe rod carefully until a small droplet of gel appears at the end of the needle, removing air from the syringe. Inject the gel slowly into the deeper part of the dermis using a mesotherapy technique, placing small amounts of gel across the treatment area. Instead of the needle, you can also use a blunt cannula to administer the gel, if desired. The Smart Click System on the syringe regulates the dose of gel with each injection, with a clicking sound indicating that you have injected one dose. Avoid injecting too superficially or too much volume or the skin could appear lumpy. After the injections, you can gently massage the area to ensure even distribution. Properly dispose of the needle and any unused gel in the syringe, since this product is single-use only. Do not resterilize the gel or use the same syringe to treat another patient. For complete injection instructions, refer to your product leaflet.

What precautions should I take when using it?

Avoid injecting it into patients who have a hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid, Lidocaine, or a similar local anesthetic, or patients who have a bleeding disorder or are taking anticoagulants or thrombolytics. Be cautious when treating patients who have had rhinoplasty since it could affect the vascular supply; when treating areas with limited collateral circulation since it could increase the risk of ischemia; when treating areas close to a permanent implant or a non-RESTYLANE® filler; and when treating the periorbital eye area or other areas with limited soft tissue support because lumps could form. You should not use this product to treat patients who have thin skin, the tendency to form edemas, or pre-existing dark eye circles. Avoid injecting the skin booster into areas with inflammation, infection, or tumors, and be aware that the injections can reactivate herpes infections. If your patients are taking aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or similar drugs affecting platelet function, they may be at an increased risk of bruising or bleeding at the injection site. The manufacturers have not tested this skin booster in pregnant or breastfeeding women or in children.

Since this product contains Lidocaine, be aware of your patient's total dose of anesthetic. After their treatment, your patients should avoid extreme cold or excessive sun until their redness and swelling have subsided.

These may not be all the precautions related to using this product. Refer to your product leaflet for more information.

What are the side effects?

Side effects can include:

  • Erythema (redness)
  • Inflammation
  • Pain or tenderness
  • Papules or nodules
  • Swelling
  • Itching
  • Discoloration

Rarer side effects can include:

  • Temporary palpable lumpiness
  • Bruising
  • Induration (hardening)
  • Abscess (pus)
  • Acneform papules
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Granuloma formation (inflammation)
  • Superficial necrosis (tissue death)
  • Urticaria (hives)

These may not be all the possible side effects. Refer to your product leaflet for more information.

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