Stylage is an innovative hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler designed and manufactured by the French company—Laboratoires Vivacy. Using patented IPN-Like technology, these high performance cosmetic injectables work to reduce signs of aging with a more natural look. Such method made it possible to design high efficacy products, with unique viscoelasticity and high tissue biocompatibility. Stylage soft tissue fillers are approved for wrinkle and fold correction, skin rejuvenation, and volume restoration.
Stylage range of products are suitable for patients with fine, medium, and deep wrinkles, sagging skin, facial volume loss, and thinning lips. It is great for defining or contouring facial features for a more youthful appearance. These injectables are also specially formulated with antioxidants, so it’s recommended for those who are concerned with lack of hydration, reduced elasticity, and uneven skin tone.
For individuals who are apprehensive about the discomfort caused by injectable implants, some fillers in the line contain lidocaine to promote comfort during the procedure.
There are currently 8 available Stylage fillers that target different areas and specific skin concerns.
All Stylage products are carefully designed using the patented IPN-Like technology, which paved the way for the world’s first innovative, monophasic gels, containing cross-linked hyaluronic acid and natural antioxidant to remove the visual appearance of aging.
Compared to other dermal fillers in the market, Stylage gels have optimized elasticity for easy contouring and reshaping of different areas in the face, even delicate areas like the temples, around the eyes, mouth corners, and hands. Its high viscoelasticity provides excellent filling capacity and natural looking results. Stylage gels also contain mannitol, which works to protect against free radicals and prevent premature degradation.
Take a full medical history of your patients prior to injection. Assess the severity of your patient’s condition and recommend the type of formulation and the number of variant needed to achieve the desired result. Remove all traces of makeup and use an antiseptic solution to clean the site of injection. Administer the particular product chosen; choose the ones containing lidocaine to reduce patient’s discomfort if needed. Refer to the product pamphlet for use instructions and appropriate injection techniques. Gently massage the area to distribute the product evenly. Too much pressure can result to bruising, so use gentle strokes.
Your patients can enjoy the long-lasting benefits of Stylage products, which often last for up to a year, compared to the average duration of 6 months for other dermal fillers. Stylage Special Lips, being the exception, may last up to 9 months.
Your patients can go home immediately after the procedure, and resume their normal daily activities. Discuss possible reactions that may last for a couple of days, such as redness, swelling, itching, discoloration, and pain at the site of injection. As well, advise them of any appropriate aftercare methods to help reduce the duration of common injection-related reactions.
The overall cost for a Stylage procedure depends on the number of products used, the chosen preparation, and the areas to be treated. Patients can expect to pay $400 or more. Ultimately, you can determine the cost of this treatment in your clinic.