is a thick and longer lasting gel, used to treat deep wrinkles and nasolabials folds or augmentation of the cheeks, chin, and lips. This mono-phasic HA filler is to be injected in deep dermis or subcutaneous tissue. The Revolax Deep Lidocaine(1.1ml) price compared to the quality of the dermal filler makes it a convincing choices to purchase.
REVOLAX™ Deep is a biodegradable, non animal based, crystal clear crosslinked dermal filler with high viscoelasticity.
he pack consists of Revolax Deep Lidocaine(1.1ml)
- 1 x 1,1ml syringe
- 2 x 27G needles
- Cross-linked Hyaluronic acid 24mg/ml
- Phosphate-buffered saline, pH 7.0
- 160 MPa
Benefits of Revolax Deep Lidocaine(1.1ml)
- Areas: Deep wrinkles and nasolabials folds, augmentation of the cheeks, chin and lips
- A thick and longer lasting gel
How long does the result last for Revolax Deep Lidocaine(1.1ml)?
In general, results will last 12-18 months
Benefits of REVOLAX Deep:
Treatment areas: deep wrinkles and nasolabial folds, augmentation of the cheeks, chin and lips
A thick and longer lasting gel
How long does the result last for?
In general, results will last 12-18 months.
Where is the gel allowed?
Revolax Deep with Lidocaine is designed to fill and shape the contour of the lips, but it effectively copes with deep wrinkles and creases in the area of the forehead, nasolabial triangle, and neck. The gel will fill the facial wrinkles and make the skin relief even and beautiful. After the procedure, you should give up a swimming pool, sauna, gym and solarium for up to 21 days. It is not necessary to apply decorative cosmetics on the damaged skin within 3-5 days to avoid infection.
To whom is the filler contraindicated?
Before starting the procedure, the doctor should know the absence of the following conditions in the patient:
- pregnancy and lactation
- underage patients
- presence of allergy or sensitivity to the gel composition
- the tendency of the skin to form scars
Cosmetologists prohibit injection before and after laser correction and chemical peels. The period should be at least 20 days. If the skin is present lesions or purulent formations should be postponed to the time of recovery.