Restylane Kysse Now FDA-Approved for Plumper, Smoother Lips

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There’s no better way to make your re-entrance with a full pout. We’re all for small victories these days, so when we heard that the FDA fully approved Restylane Kysse, we did a little happy dance. You may know Restylane from its line of hyaluronic acid fillers, including Lyft, Defyne and Refyne. Now they have a HA filler specifically designed to add fullness to the lips and smooth the wrinkles above the mouth.

Clinical trials reported “high levels of patient satisfaction for people with lips that have changed due to the aging process or for those seeking natural-looking, fuller lips.” Not only are patients, on the whole, satisfied with their new look, this new filler has two major benefits. 

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Unlike other fillers, which usually last 6-9 months, Kysse is proven to last up to a full year, so clients can get more bang for their buck. You also might not need to pay for as much. According to Alisa Lask, general manager and vice president of the U.S. Aesthetic Business at Galderma (Restylane’s parent company), “The results that surprised us most came from the Phase 3 head-to-head study that showed a significantly lower amount of Restylane Kysse was needed to show an improvement in lip fullness when compared to the control filler (1.82mL vs. 2.24mL).” So you won’t be paying for extra units to achieve the look you want, either. It’s a win-win!

Restylane Kysse uses XpresHAn Technology, an optimally balanced technology that gives natural-looking results for patients with dynamic facial wrinkles. Check out the photos below from Galderma for before and after proof!

 

Courted spa is now offering Restylane Kysse and other fillers by appointment only. Call us at 703.239.6910 to schedule your filler consultation today.

 

 

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