Restylane® Lyft

Restylane® Lyft

Restylane® Lyft is a dermal filler and a long-lasting gel that, once injected into the skin with an ultra-fine needle or cannula, lifts and adds volume and helps diminish fine lines. Made of a natural substance called hyaluronic acid, it is a completely safe treatment. The hyaluronic acid in Lyft simply supplements the body’s age-depleted hyaluronic acid, it raises the skin and ‘fills in’ the wrinkle being treated. Lyft is an excellent treatment for wrinkle correction, cheek enhancement and deep folds.

The difference between Restylane and Lyft is the size of the particle (with Lyft containing more hyaluronic acid). This means that Lyft does a better job of filling deep lines, while Restylane is used in fine lines or on people with thinner skin.

These products last between six and nine months, although individuals will have varied results. Call for an appointment with one of our wonderful providers to see what product is best for you!

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