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What is Radiesse made of?
Radiesse has two unique ingredients that include a gel and calcium hydroxylapatite (caHa) microspheres. The gel component gives the immediate filling effect after the procedure. It’s then that the calcium (caHA) microspheres go to work.
They stimulate your skin cells to start making new collagen. This goes on for months after the procedure and produces the long-lasting results of Radiesse. No other filler does this!
Radiesse How Long Does it Last?
The two main components of Radiesse have different lifespans. The gel component provides immediate filling and lasts for several months. The body then breaks down the gel. However, this has allowed the calcium microsphere component to begin working to stimulate collagen production. Since your body is doing the work, Radiesse has been shown to work anywhere from 12-18 months. Of course, another Radiesse treatment can make Radiesse last even longer.
Radiesse offers more than the traditional hyaluronic acid fillers:
- Radiesse is designed to stimulate collagen production and harness your own body to make new skin.
- Radiesse has more volume allowing additional correction than hyaluronic acid fillers.
- Radiesse has a thicker consistency and allows the correction of deeper lines.
How much does Radiesse Cost?
Radiesse is priced by the syringe. The great thing about radiesse is that their syringes hold a lot of volumes, 1.5cc. This is more than the other dermal fillers. During a free consultation, the number of Radiesse syringes you will need to get results can be determined. So the Radiesse cost will depend on the number of syringes needed.
We have frequent Radiesse Specials including a sale every Filler Friday! Beleza Medspa has many other Cosmetic Dermatology treatments available like Botox, Xeomin, IPL photo facials, Microneedling, Hydrafacials, chemical peels, laser treatments, and more!
How does Radiesse compare to Restylane, Botox, and Juvederm?
Botox or Xeomin, are muscle relaxers and works in concert with Radiesse to achieve full facial rejuvenation. Restylane and Juvederm are both fillers like Radiesse, but consist of hyaluronic acid. They are softer and not as long-lasting as Radiesse. They can be used in areas where Radiesse isn’t ideal like the lips. So Radiesse vs Juvederm depends on where you want to use it and how much filling you need.
Where do you use Radiesse?
Radiesse has a thick consistency and is ideal for filling facial volume. It is preferred in areas where the structure is needed like the corners of the mouth (marionette lines) and cheeks. Radiesse nose can also be used for a nonsurgical nose job.
Hands are often overlooked as an area of visible aging. However, hands are subject to the same factors that cause the aging of facial skin. Radiesse filler is ideal to provide volume restoration for hands that have lost. Radiesse hands can be combined with treating the skin of the hands with laser resurfacing, microneedling, and IPL Photofacials.
Combine with Xeomin for Best Results!