Perlane, a mid-dermal filler is generated by a streptococcus specie for bacteria for the correction of signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles, nasolobial folds and has also been used for long lip augmentation. It’s a member of the Restylane family of products.
Perlane Review and Before and After Pics
With time, or with aging, skin might stop the production of Hyaluronic acid, a natural substance which is responsible for maintaining volume under the skin. As a result of which skin loses volume and folds and wrinkles start forming up.
Approved by FDA in 2007, Perlane is a hyaluronic acid filler product very much like Restylane. It’s just that the gel particles in Perlane are larger than those composed by Restylane. This gives additional ability to Perlane to lift and fill the targeted areas of injection. Hence, Perlane is more suitable for the correction of moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles. Though in 6 months, its natural ingredients effects starts to fade.
Perlane Injections FYI
Perlane is a hyaluronic acid filler which is a natural substance that might have stopped being produced resulting in skin losing its vital moisture. The three dimensional gel particles found in Perlane are hydrophilic molecules. These particles bind with water molecules to enhance sufficient volume for as long Perlane sustains.
How is this used?
Perlane comes in injectable fillers that are injected deep into the dermis and superficial layer under the skin. Ultrafine needles are used by the professionals to avoid any bruises or rashes to the skin. Doctors may recommend numbing liniments before commencing with the treatment to avoid any discomfort.
Its hyaluronic gel particles adds volume restoring surface contour in nasolobial folds and wrinkles. The effect of Perlane has been clinically proven to persist for up to 6 months.
Since Perlane is a mid-dermal filler, it can be used with combination with other hyaluronic fillers each of a different layer under the skin depending upon the inclemency of the folds and wrinkles.
To settle down any possible swelling after the treatment, cold compressing is advised immediately.
More Information about Perlane Filler
Perlane is not advised to be injected anywhere else other than in skin or under the skin. Since Perlane is made up of a bacteria, people who are allergic to Gram positive bacteria or have previous severe allergies must restrain from this treatment. It is also not suitable for people with bleeding disorders.
In case a person develops infections due to improper injection of the drug, must be treated with antibiotics as per the doctor’s prescription.