Restylane is a crystalline gel made of hyaluronic acid, of non-animal origin, used in anti-aging treatments. Restylane is part of set of treatments called "dermal fillers" that are used to fill the cracks that form in the skin with the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. The hyaluronic acid is a substance that the human body produces naturally but with the passage of time, external aggression, stress, is lost. Being non-animal hyaluronic acid, no allergy tests are required. It is a biocompatible and biodegradable product.
This procedure can make people who want to restore volume and elasticity of your skin. Over the years it is wreaking havoc on our skin and wrinkles are appearing. Restylane restores your skin from the inside and recover the lost volume and brightness. No need for allergy testing prior to treatment.
With the natural aging process we lose essential substances to the health of the skin such as collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid precisely, that we are losing time, it is one of the substances responsible for maintaining the volume and hydration of the skin. Therefore, treatment with Restylane reduces wrinkles and fine lines, because moisturizes the skin deeply and restores volume.
In the consultation the doctor will make sure to explain everything related to treatment. The numbers of sessions you need or the product price are issues that can ask your doctor or coordinator who will attend in the process. Make sure your doctor understands your expectations and desires.
Treatment with dermal fillers is performed by microinjection applied directly to the treatment area. Restylane is usually applied to fill the contour of the lips, fine lines around the nose and mouth and wrinkles known as "crow's feet" as well as give lip and facial (cheek) volume. This technique is very effective infiltrations as hyaluronic acid penetrates into the deeper layers of the epidermis, restoring thoroughly to remove most common signs of aging.
It is not a treatment that requires special aftercare but is an outpatient procedure after which the patient can return to daily activities. During the first two days the patient may experience mild discomfort such as redness or swelling in the treated area. After that time, the patient will see the results of treatment and will not have any discomfort.
The treatment lasts about a year, although a touch-up session every six months is recommended. If the patient decides treatment not be performed again you have no problem because the body is perfectly capable of degrading Restylane.