Are you concerned about your appearance and planning to undergo a skin treatment or surgery to remove wrinkles or puffiness under eyes that make you appear old and tired? Instead of a barrage of procedures why not try Restylane?
Even though there are numerous skin care companies that claim to eliminate wrinkles with miraclous creams and ointments, the reality is that many of them are simply a waste of money. Restylane is a safe, FDA-Approved skin treatment, widely considered as THE alternative to an invasive surgical procedure such as Blepharoplasty.
Hyaluronic acid is a compound in our bodies that lubricates and hydrates the skin. Wrinkles occur due to a diminished supply of Hyaluronic acid in our body.Restylane, a hyaluronic acid dermal filter, is recommended by many plastic surgeons and dermatologists for treating the fine lines caused by heredity and age.
Why should I try Restylane?
The main benefit of Restylane is, it does not cause lumps and swelling often associated with invasive surgical procedures. The filtered material will eventually get absorbed into your body causing little to no side effects. Restylane skin treatment results generally last from six months up to one year. Unlike skin surgeries, you won’t have to go for any additional treatment for at least one year in order to maintain the rejuvenation.
The Restylane gel-injection procedure is quick and virtually painless. After the injection, your dermatologist will massage the under eye tissues to make sure that the gel is evenly distributed in throughout the area of injection.
Are there any side effects?
Though every individual’s body chemistry is different and there is no way of guaranteeing results, there are little to no known side effects associated with Restylane. Don’t be alarmed if you experience swelling, redness or inflammation around the treated areas, it usually disappears within 24 -48 hours. Since Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in our bodies, the chances of severe allergic reaction is very rare. As with ANY treatments, it is strongly advised that you consult your dermatologist prior to treatment if you have ANY allergies from medications.