Many of our clients have been asking about Redensity RHA filler — a relatively new filler that has been getting tons of recent attention in the aesthetics’ space. So we thought it was the perfect time for an RHA 101 post.
What is RHA Redensity Filler?
Revance manufactures a family of fillers called RHA, which stands for “Resilient Hyaluronic Acid.” RHA represents a specific type of hyaluronic acid designed to be more dynamic and adaptable. It mimics the natural hyaluronic acid found in the skin. The RHA Redensity line of filler delivers a more natural and flexible result. This allows for natural movement and facial expression while still addressing signs of aging.
What is Redensity Filler used for?
RHA Redensity is the first and only FDA-approved filler designed to treat surface-level expression wrinkles. Our clients commonly use the filler to address signs of aging and enhance the overall appearance of the skin. Redensity is effective in softening and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, especially around the eyes and mouth. It’s also great at restoring volume to areas of the face that may have lost fullness due to aging.
Who is a good candidate for RHA Redensity?
Redensity RHA filler specifically aims to smooth and plump fine lines. It’s an ideal option for clients treating deeper indentations and seeking further refinement. Clients with marionette lines, smoker lines, or crow’s feet are excellent candidates for Redensity.
How quickly does Redensity work?
Many people observe visible results shortly after treatment, and improvements become more apparent in the days following injection. The filler’s hyaluronic acid adds volume and enhances skin hydration, resulting in a smoother and more youthful appearance. Optimum results are often seen in three to four weeks.
How Long Does Redensity filler last?
Redensity filler typically lasts between six months to over a year, with the exact duration depending on factors such as the treated area, individual metabolism, and lifestyle.
How Much Does Redensity Cost?
Redensity pricing is per syringe, comparable to the pricing of fillers from other brands. Your exact cost depends on factors like face size and the number of treated areas.
What are the side effects of Redensity Filler?
Like most dermal fillers, Redensity filler may induce mild and temporary side effects, including redness, swelling, bruising, and tenderness at the injection site. These symptoms should decrease within a few days. Choosing a qualified professional from MedBeautyLA to perform the procedure ensures the safety of the treatment.
Curious about Redensity? Book a consultation today and have one of our injectors answer all of your questions. 🙂