Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a little Kysse. That’s no typo. We’re talking about Restylane Kysse injections at Spa Vitoria. Restylane Kysse is the newest addition to the Restylane line of dermal fillers, and it is the second filler in the line specifically created for lip enhancement.
At Spa Vitoria, we can add natural-looking volume and shape to your lips with Restylane Kysse.
What Is Restylane Kysse?
Dermal fillers have been used for the lips almost since their initial FDA approvals in 2006. But fillers used in those ways were “off-label” uses. That’s not unusual. For instance, Botox received its initial FDA approval for treating frown lines and forehead lines. But Botox was immediately also used to erase crow’s feet, although this was “off-label.” The FDA added approval for use on crow’s feet in 2013.
When fillers like Juvéderm and Restylane were used to add volume to the lips, they could create overly showy volume increases. Some women liked this; others did not. So, new fillers were created to add more subtle volume to the lips. These included Restylane Silk and Juvéderm Volbella.
Next came Restylane Kysse. Galderma (the manufacturer of Kysse) says Kysse is the first dermal filler to use Optimal Balance Technology. This is also known as XpressHAn Technology. Galderma says this technology helps Kysse to integrate into the tissues, rather than simply adding injected volume. By basically becoming a part of the lip tissues, this allows the lips to move naturally. Plus, the XpressHAn Technology in Kysse makes the filler feel like a natural part of the lips. That can be a problem for some women with other lip fillers: they can feel uncomfortable when in place in the lips. Galderma says Kysse avoids this because the hyaluronic acid in its formulation binds to itself. This allows it to stretch when you’re talking, smiling, or, well, kissing!
Kysse injection sessions take just a few minutes, and you’ll love your new shapely lips.
Call us at Saltz Plastic Surgery in our Salt Lake City, (801) 274-9500, or Park City, (435) 655-6612, offices to make an appointment.