Dermalfiller

Dermalfiller Overage® - orange/crosslinked - Derma

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dERMALFILLER oVERAGE - Perfect for treating superficial wrinkles and sensitive areas. 23mg/ml 1ml glass syringe 2 x 27G/13mm needles CE 0476/Class 3 Ideal for: Facial wrinkles Lips   *Information zur Berechnung des Liefertermins
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€65.00

Dermalfiller Overage® - red/crosslinked - Deep

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Dermalfiller Overage® - red/crosslinked - Deep. Universal filler and natural volumizing.  Ideal for: create a naturally flowing volume natural filling regions minus tissue perfect filling of medium deep and deep wrinkles correction of nasolabial strengthening of tissues in the reinforcement correction of lip volume Correction of nose shape 23mg/ml...
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€69.00

Dermalfiller Overage® - violet/crosslinked - Deeper

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Overage Violet gives the skin the desired elasticity and fullness for a fresher, youthful appearance with long-lasting results.  Overage Violet is suitable for both needle work and needle correction.  The gel is evenly distributed in the tissue and does not require further correction by hand. 23mg/ml 1ml glass syringe 2 x 26G/13mm needles CE 0476/Class...
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€77.93

Dermalfiller Overage® - blue uncured - Meso - the freshness kick

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Overage Blue restores the structure of the skin and the product is an effective treatment for more sensitive areas, such as treating dark gutters under the eyes or wrinkles above the lip. 23mg/ml uncrosslinked 1ml glass syringe 2 x 30G/13mm needles CE 0476/Class 3     *Information zur Berechnung des Liefertermins
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€29.00
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Derma filler

Derma fillers sometimes referred to as soft tissue fillers, are substances injected under the surface of the skin to add volume and fullness.

Substances used in derma fillers include:

  • Calcium hydroxyapatite , a mineral compound found in bone.
  • Hyaluronic acid, found in some fluids and tissues of the body that add fullness to the skin.
  • Polyalkylimide, a transparent gel that is compatible with the body.
  • Polylactic acid, which stimulates the skin to produce more collagen .
  • Polymethyl methacrylate microspheres (PMMA), a semi-permanent filler.
  • Each of these is designed to treat various signs of aging or other cosmetic issues.

The time they take to work and how long they last also vary. Some derma fillers last 6 months, while others last up to 2 years or longer.

People should discuss their individual needs and expectations with their doctor to find out which filler is the best choice for them.

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