Monthly Archives: March, 2014

Hyaluronidase – The “Magic Eraser” for Hyaluronic Acid (Juvederm, Restylane, Voluma) Dermal Fillers

Hyaluronic Acid dermal fillers are the most popular fillers used worldwide.  In the United States, the commonly used HA fillers are: Juvederm Ultra and Ultra Plus Voluma Restylane Restylane Lyft (Perlane) Restylane Silk Belotero The beauty of HA fillers is that they are very well tolerated because hyaluronic acid is a component of skin, so …

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Revance (RVNC) RT001 is Going to Improve Crows Feet and Sweating WITHOUT Needles

Revance RT001 is a topical treatment that is a neurotoxin or “neuromodulator”.  This means that it decreases the muscle activity, similar to Botox Cosmetic, Dysport, and Xeomin.  However, unlike the current FDA neuromodulators, Revance RT001 can penetrate through intact skin, whereas all the others require needle injections.  Although the Botox injections are fairly quick and cause …

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Dermapen – Advanced Microneedling for Skin Tightening, Wrinkles, Acne Scars, Stretch Marks, and Improving Elasticity of Skin.

The Dermapen is used in conjunction with PRP and PPP in the video above. The Dermapen 3 is a motorized microneedling device that can produce over 1300 dermal penetrations per second.  The micro-injuries that are created cause an inflammatory response that ultimately causes collagen production.  The injury to the dermis is fractional, only a small …

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Hair and Eyebrow Restoration Completely NonSurgical using PRP and ACell

  PRP is “Platelet Rich Plasma”, a portion of whole blood that is separated from the red blood cells through centrifuging.  It should contain concentrations of platelets that are at least 4 times that of what is found in whole blood to get the maximum benefits.  Its use in medical conditions started in the 1990’s …

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PRP and it’s Uses in Cosmetic Procedures: Facial Rejuvenation and Hair Growth Restoration

  PRP is “Platelet Rich Plasma”, a portion of whole blood that is separated from the blood through centrifuging.   It should contain concentrations of platelets that are at least 4 times that of what is found in ordinary blood to get the maximal benefits.  Its use in medical conditions started in the 1990’s mainly …

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