RESTYLANE® SKINBOOSTERS™ VITAL
Manufacturer : Galderma
Active Substance(s) : Hyaluronic acid
Strength : 20mg/ml
Pack Size : 1-1ml prefilled syringe
Accessories : Package insert, 3-30G 1/2” needles, 2 tracebility labels
|1 - 5 pack(s)||$178.00 USD|
|6 - 10 pack(s)||$172.00 USD|
|11 - 20 pack(s)||$169.00 USD|
|21 - 50 pack(s)||$160.00 USD|
|51+ pack(s)||$153.00 USD|
This skinbooster that can restore hydration to mature skin using hyaluronic acid, and you can purchase it online at DoctorMedica.co or by phone. Save on cost by buying it in wholesale from us and rejuvenate skin that has been damaged by the sun.
This booster is not a dermal filler but it is an effective way to rejuvenate skin without adding excess volume. Doctors usually use it to revitalize mature skin that has acquired damage from sun exposure, whether it is dry or oily. Usually doctors will use this product to rejuvenate skin on the face, neck, decollete, and the backs of the hands, restoring moisture and elasticity to skin.
This is an injectable skinbooster that comes in a smooth, particle-free gel. The it gel is made of 20 mg/ml non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid (NASHA) made by fermentation of streptococci bacteria, making it safe to use without a skin test, unlike injections that come from animal products. You administer it using the micro-puncture technique, injecting small amounts of hyaluronic acid into the deep dermis. Because it is smooth and free of particles, it flows smoothly within the skin to distribute evenly.
Aging and sun exposure can reduce the amount of hyaluronic acid in skin, reducing its ability to retain moisture. This can lead to dry, dull skin. When you inject it into the deep dermis, it restores the hyaluronic acid and along with it the skin's ability to hold moisture. Hyaluronic acid can also stimulate collagen growth within the skin, improving strength and elasticity. After a series of treatments with this booster, the skin is left looking and feeling softer and brighter as hydration is restored, and its elasticity is gradually improved.
Common side effects could include swelling, redness, discoloration, itching, pain, and tenderness, which are injection related reactions. These side effects typically resolve spontaneously within a day or two after you inject it into your patient's skin. Some patients may also notice lumpiness after their treatment, but this is usually temporary. About one in every ten thousand patients could experience a hypersensitivity reaction including symptoms like swelling, redness, tenderness, and rarely, acneform papule formation, and this could last about two weeks and be mild to moderate. These side effects could appear soon after the treatment session or between two and four weeks later. Rarely, in about one in every fifteen thousand patients, granulomas could form, superficial necrosis could occur, or urticaria could appear. Contraindications include injection near a permanent implant, injection near inflammation or skin disease, and injection into patients with a known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid. Since it is made from hyaluronic acid produced by fermentation of streptococci bacteria, not from animals, you do not need to perform a skin test before treating your patients. The hyaluronic acid in it also completely breaks down within the skin tissue after a few months, leaving no trace.
Initially, you should inject your patients with it every four weeks for a total of two or three treatment sessions. You should then administer maintenance treatments every four to six months to help your patients maintain their hydrated skin.