A Different Kind of Dermal Filler
Curious about erasing your wrinkles? Dermal fillers are now considered to be one of the most versatile tools in the battle against aging. They are FDA-approved for safe use, are capable of filling in fine lines, and at times, even can be used to change the shape of your face and nose. Each dermal filler has a unique purpose or trait that makes it a great choice for clients. Revanesse Versa is one of the newest soft tissue fillers to hit the US market, and it’s already getting glowing reviews.
WHAT IS VERSA?
Revanesse Versa is a hyaluronic acid (HLA) dermal filler designed to fill in wrinkles and add volume to nasolabial folds. When injected into the skin, you get an extra dose of HLA. This is what adds volume to your face and encourages your body to stay plump for months afterward.
HOW IT WORKS
Revanesse Versa is inserted underneath your skin via injections. Once injected, it naturally adds volume to your face while the HLA bonds with moisture in your body. The end result is a better-moisturized face that looks younger, fuller, and more radiant than ever before.
Revanesse Versa is a dermal filler that’s designed to give natural-looking, even volume to areas of your face. This unique filler has the perk of causing 24 percent less swelling than other dermal fillers.
Many patients don’t just use Revanesse Versa as a wrinkle filler; some choose to use it as a lip injection. Immediately after treatment, partial results from Revanesse Versa are visible. The full results of your dermal fillers will appear within a week or two and last for six months to a year.
How Is Versa Different From Other Fillers?
Unlike other dermal fillers, the HLA in Revanesse Versa shots is contained in tiny microcapsules. This allows your body to absorb them evenly. Revanesse Versa is made in small batches to ensure the highest level of quality control.
Am I A Good Candidate For Versa?
To ensure that you are a good candidate for fillers, a skincare clinician will consult with you before treatment. Revanesse Versa is safe for all skin types but is not advised for people under the age of 22 or anyone who suffers from lupus, skin disorders, or has a sensitivity to HLA.
The ideal Versa candidate is a person who is in reasonably good health. Good candidates for Versa should want a dermal injection that reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
What to Expect Post-Treatment
After your Revanesse Versa treatment, you should be able to return to your normal daily activities with no downtime required. The most common side effects include bruising and swelling, which could take up to a week to resolve. However, Versa is praised for causing considerably less swelling when compared to other dermal fillers. Initial bleeding at the injection site is also expected, along with some pain or discomfort following your treatment session which should dissipate in less than a day.