New Restylane Refyne & Restylane Defyne Fillers: Natural Expression in Motion

As skin loses elasticity with age, the lines that run from the sides of the nose toward the corners of the mouth (nasolabial folds) and the lines that run from the corner of the mouth toward the chin (marionette lines) appear more noticeable. Because this area around the mouth has lot of movement, we never want to treat it in a way that takes away the natural expressions and flexibility.

We are excited to introduce you to Restylane Refyne and Restylane Defyne, two new hyaluronic acid gel fillers that are designed to maintain movement and expressions for the lines and folds around the mouth. As a trainer for both products, Dr. Lupo was one of the first dermatologists in New Orleans to use Refyne and Defyne.

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The two fillers differ from each other in their amount of flexibility and support. Refyne is the better choice for finely etched lines, whereas Defyne is better for deeper folds. Both give support to the skin without firmness and provide soft, flexible results that look natural with facial expressions.

Refyne and Defyne treatments require minimal downtime allowing patients to return to daily routines following the procedure. Typical results can last up to 12 months with full correction.

Members of ASPIRE Galderma Rewards can earn points from Dysport, the Restylane family of fillers and Sculptra for future savings on these treatments. New members of ASPIRE can receive a $20 treatment certificate instantly! Sign up today!

To learn more about Restylane Refyne and Restylane Defyne, contact our office today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Lupo.

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