What is Restylane and Where is it Manufactured?

Restylane Silk, Restylane, and Restylane Lyft are all products of innovative NASHA technology. This technology gives each product a unique particle size for personalized treatment. Restylane is a transparent gel composed of hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found throughout the body. It is not of animal or human origin, so there is no risk of disease transmission or allergic reactions.

When used for the lips, under-eye area, or facial contour along the cheeks, temples, chin, or jawline, Restylane treatment will add shape and volume to the area. Restylane is manufactured using a unique method in Sweden. A number of studies have been conducted to understand the long-term side effects of Restylane and other hyaluronic acid fillers. Restylane fillers are formulated with two technologies, NASHTM and Optimal Balance TechnologyTM, which create a wide range of gel textures.

Each Restylane product is developed with a gel particle size that provides the best clinical effect for each product and indication. With its unique ability to bind to water, Restylane is able to work for many months on the skin. In the first Restylane product, hyaluronic acid was derived from bacterial fermentation, and since then, almost all filler brands use it as well. When Restylane was launched, it was the first non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid filler on the market.

Although side effects are rare, Restylane should not be used in or near areas where there have been skin conditions, inflammation, or related conditions. According to Åke and Pelle, quality control of Restylane fillers includes more steps than most people outside this type of business could imagine. RESTYLANE is the original non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid filler with more than 25 years of achievements and more than 50 million treatments worldwide. The Restylane product line is formulated to act like the body's natural hyaluronic acid, restoring skin volume.

A treatment with a dermal filler such as Restylane can cause some temporary bruising, as well as swelling and numbness for a few days. Restylane can also be successfully used to fill and smooth the surface of scars, rejuvenate drooping earlobes, and restore hands and feet to a younger, more even appearance. Talk to your healthcare professional to find the right Restylane treatment plan to achieve the look you want.

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