Injectable fillers are becoming more and more popular as time goes by. And why shouldn’t they, everybody wants to look young and fresh and these fillers are an excellent way to get that fresh, wrinkle free skin that you always wanted. At first the thought of getting your face injected with a needle may strike some as scary, but haven’t you heard the expression no pain no gain? And it’s not like it’s an extremely painful procedure it’s just a small amount of pain that you’ve got to experience in order to get that perfect skin you always wanted. Still not convinced? Well then if you’re looking for a pain free way to get that perfect looking skin you always wanted then why don’t you try Hydrelle injectable fillers? Continue reading
Anika Therapeutics, well known for its research in hyaluronic acid products, has created a dermal filler, Hydrelle as its latest entry to the market. This filler is a hyaluronic acid; it can be used to fill in facial wrinkles. In particular, Hydrelle works best on nasolabial folds, or laugh lines. According to the company, a Hydrelle injection is roughly half the size of a normal filler injection.
Side effects are still the same—swelling, redness, tenderness and bruising. However, this is the first dermal filler that contains lidocaine, an anesthetic. As a result, a patient who chooses Hydrelle will have fewer injections and less pain during the process. This will allow the process itself to be completed sooner, and the patient’s recovery time will be improved. Physicians will also enjoy the benefit of having a painkiller automatically included in the medication, which saves them the step of having to numb the patient first. Patients interested in this treatment should make an appointment to talk to their doctors as soon as possible.
Gordon Ramsay, 43 year old host of the television shows “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares” and “Hell’s Kitchen”, has confessed to using occasional Botox injections on his chin. He says, however, that his use initially stemmed from “American Idol” judge and A&R executive Simon Cowell’s comment about his chin. After that incident, he noted that “…more and more people were commenting on my chin.” He began getting Botox shots soon after and was certain that no one had noticed them.
In fact, he pointed out that when talking to his mother, “… she said, ‘Keep your chin up’. I said, ‘Yeah, well at least I’ve got a new one of those’, but it went over her head.” Of course, Ramsay may not have known that Botox injections are usually used to freeze muscles that cause wrinkles, not to fill wrinkles out. As a result, it is not surprising that few people noticed his treatments. Ideally, his choice would have been a dermal filler. Restylane, Juvederm or the newest filler on the market, Hydrelle, would have been effective for the kind of treatment he was looking for. Hopefully, someone will soon fill Ramsay in (pun intended) on the proper treatment for his problem.