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Perlane and Restylane: What they are and Where to Use Them


Perlane and Restylane: What they are and Where to Use Them



Written by Lisa Marie Wark, MBA*

Restylane and Perlane are both forms fillers using hyaluronic material utilized by various cosmetic experts such as those at Blue Point Medical Spa. Some people refer to the ingredient hyaluronic acid as the fountain of youth, because it is so effective at providing anti-aging results when used within the skin.

A Key Difference
Not only can it reduce the appearance and prominence of wrinkles, it can also offer various other rejuvenating benefits including benefits that alleviate joint pain and increase energy. Although Perlane and Restylane are similar products, they do have a few differences, for example, Perlane has a higher cross-linking than Restylane, which allows the product to remain sturdy within the tissue for a longer period of time, approximately four to six months longer than Restylane.
The Difference between the Products
Many doctors find that Restylane flows more easily than Perlane, which is extremely helpful throughout the edge of the lip and lower eyelid where it is easier to comprehend the difference in the skin after a treatment. Most cosmetic professionals recommend that Restylane should be used in the thinner areas of skin around the face because it is not particularly runny and is capable of holding the tissue appropriately whilst still allowing sculpting and manipulation by a Blue Point Medical professional.
Where to Use Perlane
The major difference between Perlane and Restylane is the size of their particles and how deeply they should be injected. Perlane is recommended for use on more prominent wrinkles, as it has larger particles suitable for deeper injection. It has been considered suitable for the treatment of:

  • Mild or moderate mouth creases
  • Plumping and lifting eyebrows
  • Enhancing the shape of lips and defining the curved portion of the top lip
  • Improving the contour and volume of the jawline, cheeks, and chin

Where to Use Restylane
Most doctors, such as those at Blue Point Medical Spa suggest that Restylane is ideal for use within the lower eyelid area and lip edge. In general, it is intended for dermal implantation at a medium to deep level and can be used to correct moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles. Restylane can also be used to:

  • Improve the volume of skin beneath the eyes
  • Provide implantation for lip augmentation

  • Improve the appearance of the cheeks
  • Enhance the glabella and perioral areas.

Customized Treatment
If you aren’t sure which filler is the best option for your specific needs then it is best to speak to someone who has a marvelous deal of experience regarding both. The professionals at Blue Point Medical Spa will discuss your desired outcomes with you in detail and find the right treatment, or combination of treatments to suit your goals.

The opinions expressed in the newsletter article belong to the original author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Blue Point Medical Spa. The information provided at this site and specifically newsletters are for informational purposes and are not intended for use as diagnosis or treatment of a health problem or as a substitute for consulting a licensed medical professional The information contained in this Health Report is intended for education purposes only. It is intended t complement—not replace—the advice provided by healthcare providers.


*Lisa Marie Wark, MBA owns a social media agency and is a business development consultant with a concentration in medical spas and alternative clinics. Currently she is President of Lisa Marie Wark, MBA & Assoc., a business development and social media firm that provides physicians the necessary business tools to help them build or expand their practices into medical spa facilities.

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Fax: (702) 869-6199
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Las Vegas, NV 89129