Looking for long lasting results from your filler?
Collagen is one of the important support structures found naturally in our skin, helping to maintain the appropriate tightness, elasticity and suppleness. Over the course of time, our skin gradually loses its natural collagen, leading to facial laxity and the formation of wrinkles and folds.
Ellansé works differently to traditional dermal fillers, which only address lines, wrinkles and folds. Thanks to its unique properties, it not only corrects wrinkles and folds but by stimulating your own collagen to really treat the underlying causes of facial ageing, the effects are gradual and longer-lasting giving you a natural youthful appearance.
Ellansé is a perfect choice for both women and men seeking…
- Immediate visible results
- Skin revitalisation & firmness through natural collagen stimulation
- Reshapes and contours
- Natural & Fresh look
- Long-lasting effects avoiding multiple sessions to maintain the results
- Cost effective treatment
Questions and Answers
Does Ellansé require a skin test?
No. Total biocompatibility of Ellansé has been demonstrated which means that you can be treated immediately. It is also fully resorbed by your body.
How long does a treatment take?
A treatment takes approximately 30 minutes allowing you to go straight back to your normal daily life.
How long will the results last?
The natural, smooth and immediate results last from 1 to 4 years* depending on which Ellansé option your physician recommends to you. The correction is maintained
How many sessions are generally needed?
With Ellansé, only one session is needed to obtain immediate results and long lasting correction, making Ellansé a cost effective treatment bringing you excellent value for money.
What should I do following treatment?
It is recommended to avoid hot bathing and vigorous exercise for 24 hours and over-exposure to the sun and UV light for 1 week after treatment.
Are there any side effects?
As with any injection there may be side effects such as localised redness, swelling and bruising. For more information, please contact your doctor.