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Stylage Special Lips with Lidocaine - Stylage Special Lips Lido is suitable for use in all indications associated with the aging process of the lips, such as contouring, lip augmentation, reduction of wrinkles around the mouth, correction of the trachea (to emphasize the "cupid's arch") and moisturizing lip tissues. The product is elastic and very easy to mold, which facilitates its arrangement and obtaining a sensual, harmonious effect. Stylage Special Lips Lido also contains lidocaine to reduce injection discomfort.

Stylage Bi-Soft S with Lidocaine - specially formulated to improve the appearance of superficial lines and wrinkles on the face. Stylage S is ideal for thin and sensitive areas where the first visible signs of aging begin to appear: around the eyes, lips and between the eyebrows.

Stylage Bi-Soft M with Lidocaine is a drug used to fill medium to deep wrinkles by injection into the middle or deep dermis. It can also be used to contour and increase the volume of the lips. Lidocaine hydrochloride reduces pain during the administration of the drug and makes the treatment more comfortable.

Stylage Bi-Soft L with lidocaine is injected into the deep layer of the dermis, increases tissue volume and fills in the corrected wrinkle or skin defect. The drug is gradually absorbed over time. The duration of the effect depends on the type of skin and the depth of the injection. To achieve optimal correction of a cosmetic defect, one or two procedures are necessary, depending on the treatment site, the patient and the depth of the injection. Indications: correction of deep and very deep wrinkles, correction of deep nasolabial folds, modeling of the shape of the face (chin, cheeks, facial contours), volume restoration, hand rejuvenation.

Stylage Bi-Soft XL with Lidocaine - Facial volume loss contributes to facial aging. High viscosity hyaluronic acid gels such as Stylage XL are designed to restore or increase facial volume. They can be used to restore volume loss in facial tissues that have been reduced over time to hollow areas such as the temples, cheeks, facial contours and chin.