Restylane was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in December 2003, for use as an injection to help correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, including the lines between the nose and mouth of a person.
Developed in Sweden, Restylane was only recently approved by U.S. authorities for use as a wrinkle treatment.
Although more and more individuals in the U.S. have only now begun to discover this revolutionary new wrinkle treatment, it has been available on the world market since 1996, and since then, an estimated one million persons in over 60 countries have been treated successfully using Restylane.
Undoubtedly, faces change with time and with age, and Restylane is an exceptionally effective and natural beauty lift that is made from the body’s own material.
Quite possibly the biggest advantage that Restylane is lasts as long as nine months.
Safety should never be taken for granted, and Restylane passes these tests with flying colors.
Restylane is made from biodegradable nonanimal hyaluronic acid, a natural moisturizer that gives the skin fullness.
Restylane is the first and only FDA-approved dermal filler made of a biodegradable non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid (NASHA™).
Upon being injected beneath the skin's surface, the NASHA gel adds natural volume and lift to smooth wrinkles and folds.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in all living organisms and provides volume and fullness to the skin.
Restylane is a clear (no color) gel that is based on a natural substance called hyaluronic acid.
For treatment, a very fine needle is used to inject tiny amounts of Restylane into the skin.
The end result is typically instantaneous and produces a long-lasting, natural enhancement, that is gentle and safe for the skin.
Restylane has developed an excellent track record and some 'fame' as a safe way to smooth wrinkles and reshape lips by plumping up the skin.