Restylane Refyne ®™ Description
Restylane Refyne ®™ is a softer dermal filler. It is designed for a medium lifting and perfectly moderates wrinkles and range of lines on the face. Usually those are nasolabial folds. Those are the lines that are around our mouth and under nose. Restylane ® Refyne ™ contains lidocaine, which helps to reduce the pain during and after the injection.
Features of Restylane ® Refyne ™
Restylane ® Refyne ™ treatment is super fast. It takes only a few minutes. If you have a free hour within your lunchtime, then it’s perfectly fine, because the treatment takes from 20 to 40 minutes. Patient studies show that after the treatment patients tend to trust the product and always come back again. Besides it has a high score at recommendation, most of the patients recommend others Restylane ® Refyne ™ for this kind of treatments.
Benefits of Restylane ® Refyne ™
- It is a non-surgical method of reconstructing the face
- It’s perfect for all skin types
- Right after the treatment the results are obvious, you don’t have to wait long before noticing them.
Duration of the Effect of Restylane ® Refyne ™
The duration of the results is from 6 to 12 months, before the next injection. It’s not a secret that everlasting beauty needs constant care. When it comes to the skin, after the injection the skin still needs attentive care, which includes touch up sessions. If patients want to have a longer lasting effect than a year, a touch up session will be helpful. If the patient wants to have another injection, at least 6 months need to pass after the last one.
Side Effects of Restylane ® Refyne ™
There are usually very few side-effects. Patients may feel redness, swelling, pain, or itching. But, they will take only a few days, not much more. In the case of continuing side-effects that last more than a few days, contact your doctor immediately. It’s not recommended to use makeup 12 hours after the injection.
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Please take into consideration that this information serves solely as a guide and reference. For more professional consultation please contact a specialist.