Stylage Hydro 1 x 1 ml Skin Hydration
Stylage Hydro was specifically designed to restore optimal level of skin hydration and improve its elasticity and firmness. Use Stylage Hydro for revitalization of the face, neck and décolleté area and hand rejuvenation. Stylage Hydro is injected into the superficial dermis or derma-epidermal junction.
Stylage (available with or without lidocaine) is a range of innovative monophasic cross-linked injectable dermal fillers that contain hyaluronic acid and antioxidants: mannitol or sorbitol.
Stylage Hydro is indicated to improve hydration and cutaneous elasticity of the face, neck, décolleté and back of the hand. One to three injection sessions are required to treat the skin optimally, depending on your skin and depth of injections.
Bi-SOFT Delivery System
In 2019 Vivacy launched renewed Stylage syringe with so-called Bi-SOFT delivery system. It’s a patented injection delivery system. Now Stylage syringes have a new design and provide better precision, comfort and control for the injectors. The concave-shaped surface of the finger flange with the lifted edges helps avoid a lateral sliding of the doctor’s fingers, and hence, make the injections with Stylage safer and more precise.
- Non Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid (14 mg/ml)
- Restores skin hydration level
- Improves skin elasticity and firmness
Injection depth: superficial dermis or derma-epidermal junction
1 syringe of 1 ml + 30 G⅛ needle
About the manufacturer:
Laboratoires VIVACY is a French manufacturer specialising in the development, production and distribution of injectable hyaluronic acid-based medical devices for Aesthetic and Anti-ageing Medicine. Since its opening, Laboratoires VIVACY has become a major player on the Medical Aesthetics market in Europe, exporting its technological know-how to more than 80 countries around the world.
Thanks to their unique technological expertise, Laboratoires VIVACY has achieved rapid success in the field of Aesthetic Medicine. Today, VIVACY is ranked among the World’s Top manufacturers of hyaluronic acid-based medical devices.