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Stylage Special Lips Mepivacaine Bi-SOFT

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Stylage Special Lips Mepivacaine Bi-SOFT is an injectable dermal filler containing cross-linked hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally absorbed by the body.

This product, STYLAGE Special Lips Mepivacaine, is specially crafted for lip enhancement, providing gentle volume and restoring the natural lip structure that diminishes with age. It offers a natural-looking alternative to surgical procedures.

The inclusion of mepivacaine, a local anesthetic similar to lidocaine, in this new formulation enhances patient comfort. Mepivacaine, which has been in use since 1964 and is commonly employed in dentistry, is a well-established and safe anesthetic. It is equally effective as lidocaine but tends to cause less vasodilation.

The package includes:

  • 1 syringe of 1 ml

Ingredients of the product:

  • Cross-linked hyaluronic acid + Antioxidant*. Concentration = 18,5 mg/g.
  • Mepivacaine

The advantages of utilizing of Stylage Special Lips Mepivacaine Bi-SOFT:

  • The gel in Stylage Special Lips Mepivacaine incorporates IPN-Like technology, which combines anti-radical, stabilizing (thermal), and safe properties due to its compatibility with the body’s natural processes Mannitol, an antioxidant with moisturizing properties that safeguard the treated area, is also present in the gel
  • The flexibility and ease of shaping of Stylage Special Lips Mepivacaine gel ensure a smooth application, resulting in a sensual and harmonious outcome. It is evenly distributed within the dermis. This product is generally well-tolerated, and the substance is rarely noticeable at the injection sites, minimizing any discomfort

Product Application Guidelines:

To sustain the benefits of Stylage Special Lips Mepivacaine Bi-SOFT, it is advisable to consider a follow-up injection approximately every 6 to 9 months. This product is administered in the middle to deep layers of the dermis.

The injection should be performed within or around the mucous membrane that covers the lips, using various techniques such as retrograde or microbolus, employing either a needle or a cannula.