As we age, our skin loses fat, collagen, and other important elements that provide facial volume and support. We also start to see the formation of lines, wrinkles, and folds that can contribute to us looking older.
With the Restylane line of products, we can create a personalised treatment plan to help address the signs of ageing. As one of the worlds leading hyaluronic acid fillers, Restylane is specifically designed to restore facial volume as well as enhance shape and contour. Results are instant, with an effect that can last up to 18 months, depending on the treatment area.
Restylane provides treatment solutions for elegant and natural looking results.
Frequently Asked Questions
1) What is Restylane?
Restylane is a range of products for facial or aesthetic treatments to efficiently reduce lines, folds and wrinkles, create fuller lips, enhance contours and facial volume, as well as improve skin quality, structure and elasticity.
2) What areas can be treated?
The most common areas treated are:
a. Nose to mouth lines (the nasolabial folds)
b. Lip enhancement (adding volume and shape)
c. Cheeks, chin and jawline (shaping and contouring)
d. Back of the hands, décolletage, face, neck, and imperfections such as
3) How does Restylane work?
By Boosting the skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid, Restylane restores and adds volume to the skin, instantly diminishing the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and giving a natural softer look.
4) How long does Restylane last?
One of the great advantages of Restylane is that the effects are long-lasting but not permanent. Duration depends on many factors, such as the individuals skin type, skin condition, lifestyle and age, and also the area treated. After the initial treatment, follow-up sessions are normally recommended around every 9 to 18 months depending on the individual and the area treated.
5) What should I avoid after treatment?
After the treatment, you should avoid exposing the treated area to heat (Sunbathing, saunas, steam baths, etc.) or extreme cold until any signs of local inflammation have disappeared.
6) How much does it cost?
Prices start from £160 and vary depending on the amount and type of material used.