Different Kinds of Restylane Fillers

Choosing dermal fillers have been really popular because it provides and easy and less expensive options for people who wanted to make themselves look younger. One of the said filler is Retsylane. It is the trade name for a range of products with a specific formulation of non-animal sourced hyaluronic acid most commonly used for lip augmentation to improve volume and enhance contouring. The following are the various types of Retsylane.

The first one is called Restylane Touch and the product is primarily made to improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines in the face. And because of its small particles, it can give even the smallest furrows in hard to reach crevices its needed volume. It can also give great improvement in the corners of the mouth and eyes by correcting the smile lines and crow’s feet.

A syringe with a fine needle will be used to inject the product shallow enough just to reach the surface underneath the skin. The injection site will then be gently massaged to distribute the product evenly.

The next one is called Restylane Perlane and unlike the abovementioned kind of Restylane this one has the largest particles of all. The large particles make it very ideal for parts that will require great volume like for lip augmentation. It is still in gel form and comes in a pre-measured syringe. And just like the first kind of Restylane, the area will be massaged after the product has been injected.

Then, there is the Restylane SubQ and it can instantly give volume to parts of the face where it will be injected. So, it is usually used for the chin or the cheeks to make it have a great contour. The difference of it is that this kind of Restylane can give a predictable level of correction which means that over correction of the parts of the face is not likely to happen. It is great for correcting facial asymmetry and highlight facial features. One can have a wonderful profile and prominent cheekbones when this kind of Restylane is used for the face.

The mentioned Restylane fillers may be different in a sense but they still have the same 20 milligram per milliliter of stabilized hyaluronic acid. It is the right amount that will help draw water molecules in the face for a smoother and moisturized rejuvenated face that look years younger.