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Restylane® can be used to add volume and fullness to the skin to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as the lines from your nose to the corners of your mouth (nasolabial folds). Restylane may also be used for lip enhancement.
The Restylane fillers offer a broad range of alternatives tailored for your individual needs. All products work to naturally enhance facial features, giving a long-lasting, yet non-permanent results. The product in the Restylane fillers range can be used to smooth away wrinkles and fine line, create fuller and more accentuated lips, and adding facial volume and contour. Whatever your needs are, there’s a treatment that gives the best possible results.
Patented stabilised hyaluronic acid (HA) NASHA technology is core to the whole Restylane range
- Complete skin care: While injectable Restylane treatments work from the inside to create fullness, definition and hydration, Restylane skincare nourishes and protects from the outside
- Combines leading technology with quality ingredients: The Restylane skincare range works to effectively and continuously reduce fine lines and age spots
- Highest, most effective recommended dose: The selected active ingredients are optimised in all Restylane skincare products to produce the ideal result
Clinically proven topical therapies
Daily use of Restylane Day Cream and Night Cream in combination improves skin quality*.
Compared with untreated skin, daily use of Restylane Day Cream and Night Cream is proven to enhance your skin’s:
NEW Restylane® Refyne is designed with XpresHAn Technology™ to help soften laugh lines (nasolabial folds and marionette lines). This can help you restore a more natural look to your face while maintaining your facial expressions.1,2 So, you always look like you. Talk to your specialist and see for yourself why it’s worth it.
NEW Restylane® Defyne helps smooth out deep laugh lines (nasolabial folds and marionette lines). Using innovative cross-linking technology, Restylane Defyne is a hyaluronic acid dermal filler that is able to help restore a more youthful, natural-looking appearance, while helping you maintain your natural expressions.
I had restylane for upper cheek, tear trough 1 vial. I purchased a voucher on Gilt city. I really didn’t need more than that. No bruising, minimal swelling. Dr. Shafer was great. I would definitely use him again. So far I’m liking the results, nobody notices and I just look refreshed. I will update if anything develops.
Dark Circle Treatment: Replace Volume
“For dark circles, I recommend a multi-modality treatment,” says Dr. David Shafer, MD, FACS, a NYC-based plastic surgeon. “From the inside, you want to replace the volume that you lose with aging,” Dr. Shafer explains. If you notice a hollow-looking “trough” underneath your eyes, you’ve probably had some volume loss, and that’s what’s causing a dark, sunken appearance.
The solution? “We can use fillers for that,” Dr. Shafer says. A hyaluronic acid filler, such as Juvéderm or Restylane, will be able to fill in the area so that it becomes even with the surrounding areas of skin again.
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Plump Lips and Pronounced Cheekbones with Restylane
Plump lips and pronounced cheekbones have been a Hollywood beauty staple for years now, but not every starlet was naturally blessed with those flattering features. In fact, most celebrities have been turning to cosmetic treatments for decades in order to achieve that flawless appearance. And honestly, can you blame them? With fillers like Restylane Refyne and Restylane Defyne on the market, Hollywood’s elite can add volume to their faces, resulting in more pronounced features or an overall younger-looking appearance—talk about an easy fix.
However, while all of this sounds great, it can still be intimidating to finally cross over the cosmetic threshold to fillers. So, we asked four, filler-friendly women about their personal experience with the treatment so you’ll know exactly what to expect if you ever decide to book that dermatologist appointment.