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More Radiant Skin With Restylane Injections?

With age everyone's skin naturally loses water, suppleness and a firm appearance. Often, treatments are sought out to prevent this loss or to enhance a radiant appearance that has been diminished by the effects of the everyday occurring elements including sun, wind, stress, everyday facial tissue movement, and just overall wear on the skin. There have been some rather effective and helpful developments in the field of skin care which can assist with the loss of radiant and supple skin.

Some skin treatments, such as Restylane injections, are a safe way to eliminate wrinkles and also a way to alter the appearance of skin, giving it a suppler and firm appearance. Restylane is derived from the streptococcus bacteria strain and is sterilized, purified, and made into a stable clear gel that may be injected into the desired areas. It is essentially considered hyaluronic acid which is naturally found in the skin and binds to water giving skin a radiant and supple look. Over time, this acid is lost along with the water content which can create wrinkles and lack of firmness.

For those seeking an alternative to surgery, these new skin care options are highly desirable. It is important to know that Restylane injections is considered safe and have been approved by the FDA. Likewise, they have been used for some years now in Europe for the treatment of aging skin. To be sure though, there are always risks involved and it is a good idea to do personal research on any skin care product that you are interested in injecting into your skin. There are of course side effects related to the use of Restylane and they include burning and swelling after the initial injection. Swelling may last for a few hours or a few days. Small amounts of asymmetry and bumps may occur at the site of injection as well and subside in a matter of days, weeks or months in the case of the bumps. The bumps eventually fill in with the surrounding dermal areas.

To be sure, this skin care option is by no means permanent. As with any injection into the skin or body, the body's immune system will eventually absorb and eradicate the hyaluronic acid. Thus, treatments must be repeated usually every 6-12 months. This varies from person to person. The healthier your body or more sensitive it is to such treatments, the more often you may need to have treatments repeated. Furthermore, there is a serious side effect risk, though rare, associated with Restylane injections. It is called granuloma and results in a severe swelling of the site of injection. In excessive cases, surgery may be needed to repair the area to normal. Since skin care professionals generally do not test patients for allergies prior to use because of Restylane's FDA approval, it is always important to discuss the risks involved with a skin care professional so that you know exactly what may or may not happen. Overall, if you are looking for a way to bring back more radiant skin outside of surgery, Restylane may be an excellent choice for your skin type.


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