What is Ellanse L?
Made of PCL microspheres (homogenously dispersed in a CMC gel), Ellanse L is an innovative filler that effectively corrects facial wrinkles and/or facial age-related conditions. Furthermore, this formulation can be used to enhance facial volume and contour. This filler has obtained CE certification. Ellanse L is developed by AQTIS Medical BV.
What are the features of Ellanse L?
- Non-allergenic: In contrast to other injectable fillers, This filler is derived synthetically from a non-human, non-animal and non-bacterial source. This eliminates the need of pre-treatment allergy test.
- High safety profile: This filler has tunable, predictable and controlled bioresorption. PCL (one of its key components) has been used medically for several decades and is approved for cosmetic use.
What accessories/items are included with Ellanse L?
- 2 prefilled 1ml syringes
- 4 27G3/4″ needles
- Package insert
How does Ellanse L work?
This filler works by stimulating controlled, lasting collagen synthesis. Apart from providing a smoother skin surface, Ellanse L also restores the individual features of the face.
What are the ingredients of Ellanse L?
- CMC (carboxymethyl cellulose) gel carrier
- PCL (polycaprolactone) microspheres
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do the results last?
Depending on the formulation, This filler treatment can last from one to four years. The injection can be repeated after the results wear off.
What is the expected recovery time for my patients?
This filler is administered via a non-invasive procedure, therefore involves little-to-no downtime. Most patients are able to resume their daily activities right after treatment.
What are some important safety tips to follow when using this product?
- Some medications (e.g., aspirin) may increase the chance of skin bruising. Avoid taking them before using This filler .
- After injecting This filler , patients must not massage the treated site. For the first three days following treatment, patients should avoid sun and heat exposure and vigorous exercise. Similarly, patients should not apply make up to the treated site within 24 hours of injection.
What are the most common side effects?
- Redness (erythema)