As more people turn to the liquid facelift to get rid of wrinkles, fine lines and firm up sagging skin, injectable fillers are in high demand.
- Before a Liquid Facelift
Evolence recently entered the mainstream market and is already beginning to show positive results; experts suggest it is a breakthrough in collagen fillers because it is a low-risk treatment that provides instant results.
Now, Elevess is joining the ranks of Evolence, Juvederm and Restylane as a facial rejuvenation treatment.
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Elevess fillers contain lidocaine, a compound that provides natural-looking results and keeps the skin smooth, supple and resilient.
It's another hyularonic acid filler, and was heavily marketed in Europe last year. Elevess did receive FDA approval in 2007, the filler was not marketed extensively in the U.S.
Artes Medical, Inc., a medical aesthetics company, recently announced it has entered an exclusive sales and marketing agreement with the makers of Elevess to launch the product alongside ArteFill, another popular dermal filler.
Elevess promises to offer natural-looking results with no downtime,few side effects and quick and easy administration. If you've been thinking about getting a liquid facelift to freshen up your appearance, Elevess may be a valuable addition to the lineup of injectables in your treatment plan.