Restylane Lyft is new from the makers of Restylane and was just recently approved by the FDA. Like Restylane, Restylane Lyft is made from non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid (NASHA) gel. Since hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the skin and other tissue, there is no need for a skin test when using either… Read More
Like Restylane, Restylane Lyft requires no pretesting, but patients should take a few precautions before being treated. Patients should avoid using vitamin E supplements, aspirin, or any similar anti-inflammatory medication prior to their Restylane Lyft or Culver City Restylane treatment, because these may increase bruising and bleeding at the injection site.
Yes. Restylane Lyft has been approved by the FDA for safety. Because Restylane Lyft is made of a substance that already exists in humans and is non-animal-based, allergy testing is not required. Our Restylane Lyft is free of any potentially infectious substances. The most commonly reported side effects were temporary redness, swelling, and bruising. When… Read More
The difference between Restylane and Restylane Lyft is that the molecule in Restylane Lyft is about 4x larger, so it takes the body longer to break the product down. Restylane Lyft is also placed deeper in the dermis and has the ability to fill in folds with less material. Restylane typically lasts 6-8 months, whereas… Read More
Hyaluronic acid is biodegradable, so its effects are not permanent. The results of our Beverly Hills Restylane Lyft filler treatment typically last 6-12 months.