RESTYLANE® .5ml w/Lidocaine
Manufacturer : Galderma
Active Substance(s) : Hyaluronic acid, lidocaine
Strength : 20mg/ml, 3mg/ml
Pack Size : 1-0.5ml prefilled syringe
Accessories : Package insert, 1-29G 1/2” needles, 2 tracebility labels
|1 - 5 pack(s)||$108.00 USD|
|6 - 10 pack(s)||$103.00 USD|
|11 - 20 pack(s)||$98.00 USD|
|21 - 50 pack(s)||$95.00 USD|
|51+ pack(s)||$85.00 USD|
This dermal filler made contains hyaluronic acid, and you can purchase it online from DoctorMedica.co or by phone. When you order it in wholesale from Doctor Medica, you can help patients enhance their lips or reduce the look of moderate wrinkles and lower your practice cost.
An injectable, clear gel dermal filler. The main ingredient in this cosmetic filler is non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid (NASHA) made by streptococci bacteria fermentation. The other major ingredient in it, Lidocaine, is a local anesthetic that can numb the skin to reduce needle pain and increase patient comfort.
Older skin, especially if it has been exposed to excessive sun, loses its hyaluronic acid content. This loss of volume reduces support for the skin, and wrinkles can form at the skin's surface. When you inject it into the middle layer of skin tissue, you are restoring hyaluronic acid and volume to the skin. With this increased support, wrinkles appear smoother. Hyaluronic acid can also stimulate collagen growth within the skin, increasing the skin's strength and elasticity.
Doctors have used RESTYLANE® in more than fifteen million cosmetic treatments, and it continues to be one of the most popular and trusted brands of dermal fillers for cosmetic interventions. You can use it to correct moderate wrinkles or to enhance the lips.
The most common side effects are injection related and could include pain, tenderness, redness, discoloration, swelling, and itching at the injection site. These side effects of it typically resolve spontaneously within a day or two after you inject it into the skin and within about a week after you inject it into the lips. Some patients may notice lumpiness after their injections but this is usually temporary. About one in every two thousand patients could experience local hypersensitivity, including redness, tenderness, and rarely, the formation of acneform papules. Rare side effects could occur in about one in every fifteen thousand treatments, including granuloma, urticaria, and superficial necrosis. Contraindications treatments include use in patients who have a known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid or Lidocaine and use in pregnant or nursing women. it breaks down completely within a few months, and since it is made from bacterial fermentation, you do not need to administer an allergy test before injecting it.
The hyaluronic acid in it immediately restores volume to the skin, giving your patients immediate results from their cosmetic treatments. It continues to smooth the look of wrinkles for about six to twelve months or plump limps for about six to nine months. After this, your patient can choose to get another injection to maintain the results of their cosmetic treatment.