Introducing Avanescence, the newest and exciting body contouring product now available at Refine Clinical Wholesale! With the capability to inject larger and safer quantities, yielding long-lasting and durable results, Avanescence represents the latest advancement in the aesthetics industry that can help you on your journey to creating your dream silhouette.
How is Avanescence formulated?
The main ingredient in Avanescence is hyaluronic aid, a synthetic version of the naturally occurring substance found throughout the body. Most of the hyaluronic acid within our bodies is situated densely within our skin, but it can also be found in areas such as the connective tissues and within the fluid that lubricates the joints. Hyaluronic acid’s best quality is its proficiency to hold up to 1000 times its weight in water. Studies have shown that just one gram of hyaluronic acid can bind up to 6 litres of water. These beneficial factors are the secret behind hydrating and plumping the skin.
The hyaluronic acid in Avanescence is cross-linked but what does this mean?
In our bodies, natural hyaluronic acid is not cross-linked, meaning it is breaks down at a rapid speed. This breaking down process is also impacted by factors such as ageing. In Avanescence however, hyaluronic acid has been formulated and engineered to become cross linked and create a thick, gel consistency. The cross-linking formation is ideal in providing longer lasting properties when injected into the body and slows down any distinergration of the body contouring product after treatment.
What areas of the body can be treated used Avanescence?
Avanescence can be used in the following areas:
Avanescence is most commonly used to achieve non-surgical BBL results. A non-surgical BBL is a minimally invasive method in lifting and shaping the buttocks. It can additionally add volume to augment this area, whilst increasing the roundness of the buttock area. When injected, the skin increases in firmness too. This method is ideal for those who are looking for a quick and easy method in creating BBL looking results without the pain or long downtimes.
Side effects are present with any injectable treatment or procedure. With Avanescence, the risk is small and side effects should minimise within a few days to a week.
Here are some of the side effects you may endure:
- Slight pain at injection site
When should you avoid using Avanescence?
You should avoid Avanescence if are either pregnant or breastfeeding feeding. If you are taking anticoagulants, it important that you speak to your doctor or healthcare practitioner as it advised that you stop taking them at least 14 days before your Avanescence treatment. You should not mix Evanescence with any other treatments or aesthetic products such as dermal fillers or toxins. They should be administered on separate occasions. You should also avoid using Evanescence in the delicate eye area for the treatment of issues like dark circles.