If I am not allergic to Restylane would that mean I also should not have an allergy with Juvederm?
Juvederm and Restylane Allergy?
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Allergies are rare
It is extremely rare
It is extremely rare that anyone is allergic to either of the two products. Just having a red bump does signifiy an allergy. This could be a technique-sensitive side effect. Superficial placement could result in visible lumps. In all likelihood you are not allergic to either product
Allergies to this products is rare.
Allergies to the hyaluronic fillers is rare but they do occur. The incidence of allergy is so unusual that no testing is recommended prior to placing the hyaluronic filler. So that you are not allergic to Restylane it does not follow that you won't be allergic to Juvederm.
You could be. However, the incidence of these allergies is so unusually that one could safely predict that you won't be allergic to Juvederm whether you previously had Restylane or not.
However, the reverse is not true. If you have a reaction to one of these products then it would be expected that you would also be allergic to the other product.
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Yes, you are correct.
Thank you for your question.
If you are NOT allergic to Restylane, then you shouldn't at all be allergic to Juvederm. In fact, it is very, very rare to have an allergy to either of these compounds. However, that being said, there may be subtle differences as to the other compounds present in each of these fillers other than the hyaluronic acid. So, while you might not be allergic to the hyaluronic acid in either of these fillers, you (rarely) may have an allergy to one of the other chemical ingredients / stabilizers / preservatives. All of these are very rare possibilities.
Hope this helps!
If you had no problems with Restylane as far as allergic response, it would be extremely unlikely you would have a problem with Juvederm. They both consist of hyaluronic acid, a polysaccharide ( sugar derived molecule) which is a normal component of the dermis.
I have never seen what I am convinced is in allergic reaction to either product,
Restylane and Juvederm are very similar
Restylane and Juvederm are very similar, composed of hyaluronic acids, so allergy to one, or the lack of allergy, should be the same for both.
An allergy is always possible but unlikely
If you aren't allergic to one hyaluronic acid, then an allergy to another is extremely unlikely. I'm assuming that you are asking about allergies because you have several of them? Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occuring substance in your body, so allergies to it in general are very uncommon.
Juvederm and Restylane Allergy
Hi Reno Red,
Yes, both Restylane and Juvederm are hyaluronic acids, so if you are not allergic to Restylane then you should not be allergic to Juvederm. Juvederm sometimes swells a little more than Restylane around the eye lid area.
Good luck and be well.
Juvederm and Restylane
Interesting question. You are unlikely to have an allergy to Juvederm or Restylane. Although I have heard of it, I have never encountered a true allergy to either of these products; however, just because you are not allergic to Restylane does not mean you could not theoretically have an allergy to Juvederm since the hyaluronic acid in Juvederm is slightly different (more highly cross-linked).
If you have used Restylane before and are considering trying Juvederm, I would not let the extremely unlikely possibility of Juvederm allergy deter you.