Teosyal is a filler material composed of hyaluronic acid, which preserves a high level of hydration and increases the skin's elasticity. It is applied to the dermis (the connective layer of skin), has an immediate lifting effect and minimal allergic reactions. The first treatment should be repeated several times, which consequently has a cumulative effect.

Teosyal® respects the face's natural features and expressions. It has the lowest risk of allergic reaction amongst products of this type. It is not recommended to take higher doses of vitamin C, anti-inflammatory drugs and drugs which can increase bleeding a week before treatment with Teosyal®.

It cannot be used during pregnancy or when breastfeeding and by patients with autoimmune diseases or acute skin infections.

Teosyal® Kiss and Teosyal® Ultimate treat the following problems:

  • wrinkles around the mouth

  • nasolabial folds

  • wrinkles on the forehead and glabellar lines

  • neck rejuvenation

  • décolleté rejuvenation

  • lip enlargement

  • facial contour filling

Application and duration of Teosyal® Kiss and Teosyal® Ultimate

Teosyal ® is injected into the affected areas with a fine needle. Swelling, redness and mild pain may persist for 72 hours. The result of treatment with Teosyal ® filler hyaluronic acid injections can be seen immediately and even improves gradually over time. Depending on the severity of skin damage, 1 to 3 sessions are initially needed followed by maintenance treatment at regular intervals. Chemical peels or laser treatment cannot be performed in combination with the application of Teosyal ® hyaluronic acid injections.

Published: 2011-02-08

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