What are Redensity l Skin Rejuvenation Injections?
Teosyal Redensity [l] is a cutting-edge product that offers a multitude of benefits to the skin.
Redensity [l] is a second-generation product derived from Teosyal Redensity [ll] dermal filler indicated for injections for the under-eye area. Redensity [ll] is an innovative facial filler that is specifically formulated to treat the signs of aging in the eyes. Teosyal’s range of dermal filler products contains key ingredients that target the undeniable signs of aging for the various areas of the face.
What Is the Difference Between Redensity [l] and Redensity [ll]?
Teosyal Redensity [l] is a skin-revitalizing treatment that is designed to restore hydration and brilliance in the skin to improve tone and texture. Redensity [l] injections are indicated to treat fine lines, improve the complexion, and hydrate dry skin on the face, neck, décolleté, and hands. Redensity [l] contains light filling ingredients that promote a natural reflection and increase radiance by infusing the treatment areas with amino acids, antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins.
Both Redensity [l] and Redensity [ll] are prepared with the same proprietary ingredients of amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals for long-lasting, natural, skin-enhancing effects. Redensity [l] and Redensity [ll] injections contain 8 amino acids, 3 antioxidants, 2 minerals, and 1 vitamin. The main difference between Redensity [l] and Redensity [ll] is that Redensity [ll] contains the additional hydrating hyaluronic acid to achieve the “filling” effect under the eyes whereas Redensity [l] contains only the hydrating, skin-enhancing ingredients that are absorbed directly by the upper layers of the skin.
How Does Redensity [l] Work?
The effects of aging on the skin can be reversed with Redensity [l] injections, as it increases luminosity, reduces dullness in the skin, and improves tone and texture by creating a uniform complexion that appears balanced and rejuvenated. Once injected, the light-reflecting properties of Teosyal Redensity [l] are visible immediately with a noticeable reduction in dark pigmentation and dullness in the skin as well as improved skin tone. The skin has a natural-looking glow in the treated area(s).
Who Is an Ideal Candidate?
Anyone who is experiencing tired and dull skin can be an ideal candidate for Redensity [l] injections. Redensity [l] injections are beneficial for men and women of all ages.
What Are Redensity [l] Injections Like?
Redensity [l] can be injected directly with a fine needle or with the V2 Microneedling handpiece. The V2 Microneedling treatment is a new and innovative treatment that provides many added benefits to the skin-enhancing effects of Redensity [l] injections such as firming up the skin, reducing wrinkles, improving pigmentation, and rejuvenating the face, neck, décolleté, and hands overall. Redensity [l] injections are minimally invasive. Most patients experience little to no discomfort during their procedure. Redensity [l] injections already contain lidocaine, which is an anaesthetic within the product that helps alleviate any discomfort associated within Redensity [l] injections.
What to Expect After Redensity [l] Injections
Patients who receive Redensity [l] injections can expect some redness on the injection sites with mild swelling and sometimes bruising. Most post-procedure symptoms resolve within the few days after the injections. Redensity [l] candidates can reduce their treatment symptoms by avoiding blood-thinning ingredients like green tea, nutritional supplements, and Advil and Aspirin products. There are no post-procedure instructions with Redensity [l] injections. Patients are encouraged to apply ice packs over the treated skin to help with swelling. The final results can be seen after 10 to 14 days.
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