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Buy Dermal Filler Hyaluronic Acid Injections HA Plus 45mg/ml + Lidocaine 2% - 2ml - Compare to Restylane / Juvederm - Deep wrinkle, Lips, Cheek, Nasolabial- 24h Delivery. FedNow local bank transfer in the USA

Acquaderm Plus:

-  2ml Syringe + Needles + Samples

- HA Content 45g/ml stabilized hyaluronic acid and lidocaine 2%

- HA Plus can be injected into the deep dermis or subcutaneous tissue shallow.

- Duration: 12-15 Months

- Storage: Room Temperature

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Better control. A smoother procedure. Shipped from Illinois / California.

5TH generation cross-linked hyaluronic acid improves skin qualities and boosts application efficiency.

A smoother HA formula saves time, increases doctor's control, improves product performance, and provides complete envelope protection in all phases for a smoother treatment.




2ml Acquaderm HA Plus - Clear gel formulation of hyaluronic acid that is specifically formulated to act like your body's own hyaluronic acid, adding volume and fullness to the skin. Compare to Perlane and Voluma.

The dermal filling is a technique used to correct grooves, wrinkles, and scars. It consists of the injection of substances in the area to be treated raising it and lowering its depth, consequently, improves the appearance occurs.

A technique has been developed by professional aesthetic medicine can be carried out in practice, because it is a rapid procedure and requires no anesthesia nor even the most part. If desired, topical anesthetics can be used in the form of creams, applied 30 to 60 minutes before the filling, to attenuate the feeling pinprick. It is currently the most widely used technique for the correction of nasolabial folds (the one that increases with the smile) or the grooves around the lips. 


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Despite being produced in the laboratory, hyaluronic acid is a natural component of the dermis, the second layer of the skin, does not cause allergies and dispensing previous tests.

The duration of filler ranges from 12 to 15 months, necessitating new application after this period. Widely used for filling nasolabial folds and for lip augmentation,

Acquaderm® also shows a more flowable for application to fine wrinkles, such as those around the eye or lips ("wrinkling of smokers').

Always consult a professional aesthetic medicine.


Acquaderm Plus:

-  2ml Syringe

- HA Content 45g/ml stabilized hyaluronic acid and lidocaine 2%

- HA Plus can be injected into the deep dermis or subcutaneous tissue shshallow.

- Duration: 12 -15 Months

- Storage: Room Temperature



Deep lines from nose to side of lips - would fillers work or make my face look puffy?


You described in your question that you have deep lines from the nose to the lips and that you want to know will fillers help you or will they make your face look puffy. Well, certainly, I can share with you my approach in my practice to patients who this area is a common concern for them in my practice, even though I don't have a photo of yourself to give you more specific detail. A little bit of background, I'm a board-certified cosmetic surgeon and fellowship-trained Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. I've been in practice in Manhattan and Long Island for over 20 years. The lines you are describing is called nasolabial folds and the approach to nasolabial folds is something that someone like myself whose practice has been focused on helping people with facial aging, I have seen quite an evolution in the understanding of the approaches to managing this area and it's often referred to also as parenthesis lines.

This is an area that a lot of people find themselves focusing on when they look in the mirror and it's a perception that deep folds is equal to aging appearance. So, I try to educate my patients on looking at their faces from a more global perspective; a lot of times, people look at themselves at the detail and miss the forest for the trees. So, when you look at younger people - people who are in their teens and twenties - you will see that many young people have deep nasolabial folds, so what makes it a situation for someone who is noticing their folds as getting deeper and equating that with aging? Well, there are a few things. One major thing that we have certainly appreciated is the loss of volume in the face with facial aging and with facial aging, bone loss, fat soft tissue loss, can make the folds look relatively prominent. Typically, when someone like you is asking will fillers help or will it make your face look puffy, it is often based on what people see when they look around at either other people they come across socially or when they go shopping or looking at celebrities. And so, the challenge is when you look at the fold, it is very tempting and it is really the standard for a doctor to say, “well, if you have a line, I'll put a filler to fill the line” because that's what you do. It is a strategy that is certainly logical and rational but at the same time, I would argue is limited.

What makes a face look puffy when fillers are placed? Well, what makes it look puffy is when there's also too much filler placed in an area and it is a common problem that when it's placed in the nasolabial fold, it shifts, it moves around and the fold is actually very very tight. So, I often look at my patients and what I do is during a consultation, I take a lot of pictures and I put those pictures on the screen. And when I take those picture and I put them on the screen, I'll show the patient the nasolabial fold but I'll also show them the volume loss that is typically associated with the deepening of nasolabial fold and what is that? It's loss of cheek volume, its loss of a structure that defines the cheekbones.

We have patients who have come to me complaining about the nasolabial fold and I would do a procedure called ‘structural volumizing’, where I place a filler - a long-lasting hyaluronic acid filler, such as Juvederm Ultra Plus or Juvederm voluma - and I place it on the bone structure. Now, this is in contrast to placing it just under a line which is typically done just below the skin or within the skin - what is referred to as a subcutaneous or intradermal placement. When it's placed at the bone structure, it's placed between the bone and the muscle. What that does is a restores volume where volume is most significantly lost. Now, by doing that, for example, in the cheek area when that is corrected, the nasolabial fold doesn't look as deep. It is not unusual for me to put volume more significantly in actual milliliters in a more larger amount at the cheek level and put a limited amount at the nasolabial fold. That way, you're dealing with both the underlying issue as well as softening the depth of the line.

So, to answer the question about will it make your face of puffy, well, it depends on how the procedure is done and what is the global understanding of the doctor who's going to do the procedure for you. So, the take-home message here is it's important to look at the big picture - look at your whole face and see what is it in addition to the fold, especially in the cheek area, that might be contributing to this perception of the deepening of lines.

The whole beauty industry is all about chasing lines but what I think is an important take-home message is, the lines are really just a part of the presentation but what we want to do is deal with the underlying structure to get the most benefit to create the best harmony in a facial volume. When people get lines filled, they can look improved but I would propose that it's rare for someone to get a, ‘oh my god, that's an amazing result’ kind of an impression. When you restore volume in the right places whether it’s the cheek, whether it's the chin, whether it's the jawline and jaw angle, those people in our practice, when they look at themselves, they're often very impressed with the outcome because it's not just the line, it's the whole face and how it looks much more youthful.

So, meet with qualified experienced doctors who perform a lot of injectables, learn about their approach, sometimes you’ll have to try different ways before you find the right chemistry that is between you and the physician who you work with. A lot of my patients have been with me for decades and for me it's more about a long-term strategy and relationship where we deal with various things, including injectables, lasers and other solutions as the issues come up. But I feel it's important to find a doctor who can be your primary care doctor for beauty so that you can deal with the things as they come up and learn also about things that always get presented in the marketplace and add more opportunities to improve your appearance. 




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