Restylane with Lidocaine Filler
What is with Restylane with Lidocaine？
Restylane is a crystal clear injectable gel composed of hyaluronic acid, crosslinked with BDDE, injected into the skin with an ultrafine needle to plump the skin to smooth away wrinkles and folds such as the lines from your nose to the corners of your mouth (nasolabial folds) or your lips.
Who should not receive Restylane with Lidocaine?
Patientswith any of these conditions should not use Restylane:
- Highly allergic (for example: a history of severe allergic reaction or multiple severe allergies). Use may result in an allergic reaction.
- If you have previous experience with allergic reactions to HA fillers. Use may result in an allergic reaction.
- Allergic to anesthetics, such as lidocaine. Use may result in an allergic reaction.
What side effects of Restylane with Lidocaine?
The most common Restylane side effects included:
How long does Restylane with Lidocaine last?
Restylane effects generally last six months and gradually disappears from the body. If you are treated again at 4 or 9 months after your first treatment, Restylane can last up to 18 months.