Hyladerm has been designed using the latest advances in dermal technology and is compromised of exclusively monophasic hyaluronic acid. This creates a consistently smooth injection throughout the treatment process and allows our customers to create a naturally full look and feel.
Unlike most other hyaluronic acid monophasic fillers Hyladerm is made from a regular structure which makes the fillers structure more solid and long lasting whilst maintaining elasticity and viscosity.
Our expert team of scientists have created a product that not only looks natural but can also be absorbed back into the skin gently to achieve long lasting results for your clients.
Hyladerm has been lab tested for purity and is ISO 10993 & has been tested for CE compliance.
Long Lasting Results
Hyladerm ultra-pure fillers are made from a densely linked hyaluronic acid polimer which is highly organised in it’s structure which enables results to last up 18 months depending on the product and area of the body you are treating.
|Hyladerm™ Ultra-Deep With Lidocaine||Hyladerm™ No Needle With Lidocaine|
|Composition||HA 24mg/ml Lidocaine 0.3%||HA 24mg/ml Lidocaine 0.3%||HA 24mg/ml Lidocaine 0.3%||HA 24mg/ml Lidocaine 0.3%|
|Advised Treatment Areas||Superficial lines;|
Deep Nasolabial Folds
Face Contouring and Augmentation.
|Severely Deep Lines|
Cheeks / Chin Contouring and Augmentation.
|Hyaluron Pens, Moderate fill,
such as glabellar,
pouting and vermilion border
|Injection Depth||Superficial Dermis||Mid/Deep Dermis, Subcutaneous||Deep Subcutaneous||No Needle/Mid|
|Storage||2 – 25°C||2 – 25°C||2 – 25°C||2 – 25°C|
|Shelf Life||24 Months||24 Months||24 Months||24 Months|
|Duration||6 – 12 Months||12 – 18 Months||12 – 18 Months||4 -12 Months (Depending On Pen Manufacturer)|
Important Safety Information
Hyladerm™ with Lidocaine must not be used in:
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
- People under age of 18
- Patients who are known to demonstrate hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid.
- Patients who are known to demonstrate hypersensitivity to lidocaine.
- Patients who tend to develop hypertrophic scarring.
- Immediately before or post laser therapy, chemical peeling or derma-brasion.
- Areas presenting cutaneous inflammation or signs of infection.