History of Restylane

Restylane is the most studied wrinkle filler in history and has had dozens of articles about its development, uses and advancements have been published in top medical journals.

Development of Restylane

Restylane was studied and researched for many years before being introduced to the public for use in wrinkle filling as well as lip augmentation. It was first used in Europe in 1996 and soon crossed over to the United States, as well as to about 70 other countries. Not only is Restylane the number one most studied wrinkle filler, but it is also the number one used wrinkle filler and lip augmentation injectable gel.

In 2004, Restylane began being used in the US, and millions of procedures have been done using the clear injectable gel for the purpose of smoothing wrinkles and also in lip augmentation.

Understanding Restylane

Restylane is a clear gel that is injected into the skin to smooth out wrinkles as well as to plump up lips; most commonly use product for lip augmentation is Restylane products. The clear gel, made from hyaluronic acid, has been FDA approved for wrinkle filling and in 2010 it was approved to be used in the deep dermis. This opens the doors for even more advancements in cosmetic procedures and longer lasting results.

Restylane, the most studied, most used and what so far appears to be the safest injectable filler for wrinkles and lip augmentation, has many perks; besides the ones just mentioned. The hyaluronic acids used in the Restylane clear gel injections are more accessible by more cosmetic patients because the allergic reaction to the gel is extremely minimal. The contents of Restylane are easily accepted by the body and are, overtime, absorbed by the body with no ill effects.

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