After restylane dissipates, what should I expect, will it age the skin faster or leave any permanent damage?
Will Skin Age Faster After Restylane Dissipates?
Doctor Answers (8)
There’s no evidence that the skin will age faster after Restylane treatments
No. After the Restylane wears off, your skin will retain it's original elasticity. There’s no evidence that the skin will age faster after Restylane treatments.
Skin doesn't age faster after Restylane dissipates
No! But than you may wish for a facelifting. Go discuss with your surgeon in detail to fully understand. Seek 3 opinions from boarded surgeons in your area.
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Use of Restylane does not make skin age
Once you stop having injecitons of Rstylane, there is not a worsening of your aging process. The result in fact, might be beter than when you began as there is a body repsonse toelifng
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Restylane and skin age
The skin will not age any faster from restylane filling. You may notice the lines you have more so after the filler dissipates
Restylane does NOT age skin
Restylane does not age skin or makes it look older. If anything there is a small inflammatory reaction seen with Restylane which causes some collagen deposition. This will result ti a filling and smoothing of the skin. When the Restylane is dissolved you would be a year older and your skin MAY reflect this aging.
Restylane and Time
It is not that the filler makes you age faster but it is because once the filler is gone you go back to what you would have been at your given age. So this becomes a bit of a shock because you get used to the way your face looked with restylane.
Hope that helps.
No evidence but that is not the issue
I am often asked this type of question. The answer is that when your Restylane wears off, you will be two years older. However, you will remember how great you looked with the treatment. How will your brain process the change? Like many of my patients, you are likely to want to maintain your improved appearance.
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