Updated: Jan 11, 2019
Say hello to our newest FDA approved HA dermal filler!
What is a dermal filler? You may have heard of products like: Versa, Restylane, Restylane Refyn, Restylane Defyn, Restylane Lyft, Belatero, Juvaderm, Juvaderm Ultra, Juvaderm Ultra Plus, Voluma, Volbella or even other types of dermal fillers like Radiesse or Sculptra.
What are they for? Lip augmentations; Chin augmentations; Jaw-line definition; Cheek augmentation; Liquid nose jobs; Hand filler; Scar filler; Deep wrinkle filler; Marionette Line filler; Tear trough filler; Facial fold correction; Butt augmentation; and much more.
All of these listed products are FDA approved for certain indications in the face. A few have indications for hands, behinds, breasts, etc... Hyaluronic Acid, referred to as HA is the key ingredient in most of the injectable dermal fillers. They differ in molecule size, shape, density, etc... and some are set apart by cross-link technology or some other magical things that most of us don't understand or want to know.
So there are a lot of options to fill your lips, cheeks, chin, jaw, and almost any part you like.
Versa has natural and long lasting results. It has a spherical particle which by design becomes more uniform and breaks down slowly over time. Boasting over 1 MILLION syringes used with ZERO granulomas or nodules reported. This is great news, of course, but Nurse Jacqui's favorite part is the reduced swelling during and post injection.
Why is reduced swelling helpful? It allows for more accurate product placement during the injection product. Versa studies indicate that there is 24% less swelling overall when compared to a competing HA filler.
So come by for an assessment with Nurse J to discuss your options today! Versa is only $200 for your 1st syringe this week for new clients and $300 for existing clients. Compare to $450-$550 nationally. Versa is Versatile and affordable- it's a great time to try something new!