Have you always wanted smooth, full lips? There’s no batter time than NOW. Do you want to eliminate unwanted lines and smooth out unsightly wrinkles? The time has come!
Restylane is a non-invasive dermal filler that is safe and injectable, much like Perlane. Restylane safely adds fullness to areas of the face that are lacking volume or sagging, and it even eliminates set-in lines and wrinkles that are set-in.
Restylane enhances your natural beauty by taking years off of your look in an instant*!
Areas that Are Treated with Restylane:
- Glabellar lines – vertical lines between eyebrows, also called “frown lines”
- Worry lines
- Smoker’s lines
- Cheekbones that have lost natural fullness
- Creases and lines in the cheeks
- Nasolabial folds – lines from the bottom of the nose to the corners of the mouth
- Lips that have become thinner with age
- Marionette lines
How Does It Work?
Restylane is made from a natural substance known as hyaluronic acid. It is not of animal origin, and it is a completely clear, biodegradable gel. This gel is injected into the area that is chosen to be treated in tiny amounts through an ultra-fine needle. The results are visible immediately after treatment, and they last for a long time*. Restylane is proven very safe to be injected into the skin.
A single treatment takes only 20 to 40 minutes. This amount of time depends on how many lines and wrinkles the patient wants to address and treat during the appointment. After the appointment, there is no need for downtime, and the patient can immediately return to normal daily activities. The area that was treatment may show redness and swelling, but this will disappear within hours. The results of a Restylane treatment last approximately 6 months*. Schedule your Restylane treatment appointment with New You and get best results.
The Amazing Benefits of Restylane:
- Restylane treatments are tailored to your specific needs so that you get natural results*
- Treatments are non-invasive, which means no recovery time is needed
- Restylane is temporary and naturally-derived, and will naturally break down in your body over time
- You can finally get your youthful appearance back, without drastic measures*
- Restylane fills mild to moderate lines and wrinkles, and it works especially well in filling lines and wrinkles around the eyes, nose, and mouth
- Use Restylane to enhance your lips and finally get the full, youthful pout you have always desired
Why Should I Choose Restylane?
It is the safe option, and it is effective, with immediate, beautiful, and long-lasting results*.
What is Restylane?
It is made of the transparent gel hyaluronic acid. This gel is injected into lines and wrinkles in the face, as well as major folds around the nose and mouth (which are called nasolabial folds and can be a major nuisance to many people). This gel is not animal-based, and it is actually a natural substance that the body produces naturally on its own.
More specifically, Restylane is made of 20 mg/mL of hyaluronic acid combined with physiological sodium chloride that has a pH number of 7. Restylane products are all transparent, clear gels. There are different Restylane products, but the only difference is in the size of the particles of gel. The hyaluronic acid in Restylane is not from animals, like it is in some similar products, so you can rest assured that there is absolutely no possibility of animal disease being transmitted to you through the treatment, or allergic reactions to the treatment due to beef, chicken, or egg allergy.
What is Hyaluronic Acid?
Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in your body, because our bodies naturally produce it on their own. Its purpose is to add volume to the skin, and it also lubricates the joints and even gives eyes their shape. The hyaluronic acid used in Restylane products does not come from humans or animals, and it is stabilized for long duration.
How Does Restylane Work?
Restylane treatments add temporary volume to facial tissue. This temporary effect lasts for approximately 6 months*.
It does this by using your body’s own natural moisture to retain its shape. The hyaluronic acid that is used to make Restylane is hydrophilic, which means that it “loves” water. Each molecule of the substance naturally binds to more water over time as the hyaluronic acid degrades, so that the same amount of volume is achieved when less amounts of the hyaluronic acid remain. The hyaluronic acid’s ability to bind to water is what gives Restylane its amazing ability to provide such long-lasting volume.
Some similar products use hyaluronic acid that is derived from rooster combs, but the hyaluronic acid in Restylane is not animal-based. This means that there is not risk of catching an animal-based illness or have an allergic reaction to an animal product when receiving a Restylane treatment.
How Long Does a Treatment Take?
A Restylane treatment is typically a very easy and fast process. No pre-test or pre-qualification is necessary, so you can be treated immediately. The treatment usually takes between 30 and 45 minutes, which depends on what kind of correction you choose to have done, and how many areas you choose to have treated during one session.
What Will the Results Be Like?
When you get a Restylane treatment, you can expect it to smooth out moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles. Most patients require only one injection to achieve optimal results, according to a clinical study. The results usually last about six months after treatment.
What Areas Can I Have Treated?
You can receive Restylane treatment to remedy folds and wrinkles, plump lips, and re-shape facial contours that have lost their shape over time. The most common areas treated with Restylane are: frown lines, which are the vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows; nasolabial folds, which are the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth; and adding volume to the lips. Deep wrinkles or very shallow wrinkles may be more difficult to correct. Your physician will be able to answer such questions during a consultation.
How is the Treatment Done?
During the treatment, the transparent gel is injected into the skin in ultra-small amounts, using a super-fine needle. The Restylane gel then produces volume underneath the wrinkle, lifting it and smoothing it. When injected into the lips on into facial contours, Restylane expands underneath the skin, which adds the desired volume to the area and makes the skin appear smooth as well.
When Will I See Results?
You will see results immediately upon receiving a Restylane treatment*.
Can I Have It Removed?
Restylane cannot be removed, but it does disappear on its own naturally over time. If you are unsure about the treatment, you can opt to have it done in multiple steps over a period of time.
How Long Does It Last?
Restylane gel is dissolved naturally over time and eventually absorbs into your body natural. The length of time your results last depends on a number of factors, including the state of your skin, your age, and lifestyle factors. Touch-ups and repeat treatments add to the length of time you will enjoy results. Most people choose to receive a follow-up treatment within a year of their first Restylane treatment for wrinkles, and within 6 months of a treatment for lip enhancement*.
Does It Have the Same Results as Surgical Procedures?
No. Restylane is sometimes used in combination with plastic surgery to help resolve wrinkles that cannot be fixed with surgery, but it does no replace the results of surgery.
Should I Be Worried About Sun and Cold Exposure with Restylane?
Try not to expose the treated areas to extreme heat, such as sunbathing, or extreme cold, at least for the first couple of days after treatment. This helps minimize the risk of inflammation in the treated area. Once the Restylane has been integrated and accepted into the body, the gel adjusts to the body’s natural temperature.
What Are the Side Effects?
Some potential side effects of Restylane include:
When Should Restylane Be Avoided?
Patients who have the following conditions should not use Restylane products:
- Multiple severe allergies
- Severe allergies marked by a history of anaphylaxis
- Severe allergies to gram-positive bacterial proteins