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November 13, 2020

Top aesthetic range Revanesse Anna's Cosmetics Aesthetics Makeup

Good Friday morning, everyone! Yes, it’s Friday 13th today. Nevertheless, I’m sure it’s going to be a wonderful day. So, let’s thank the Universe for a new day and get on with it. Allow me to introduce a top aesthetic range of fillers – Revanesse.

Revanesse is developed, manufactured and distributed by Prollenium in Ontario, Canada on an FDA Approved Facility. Prollenium was founded in 2002. They position themselves as a premium aesthetic and skincare developing company that works in tandem with aesthetic practitioners and registered nurses.

Prollenium’s paramount product, Revanesse, is a line of cross-linked hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal fillers. As with most fillers, each product within the Revanesse range has its own indication and serves its own purpose. The Revanesse range includes the following products:

  1. Revanesse
  2. Revanesse Pure
  3. Revanesse Ultra
  4. Revanesse Shape
  5. Revanesse Contour
  6. Revanesse Kiss

For those who are more or less familiar with the world of aesthetic medicine, it will be easy to guess the indications of each of them just by looking at their names. For example, Kiss would be for lips, Contour – for facial contouring, Shape – for adding volume and shape while Pure made from pure non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid is indicated for rehydration and rejuvenation. However, for those who wish to know more, I will write detailed descriptions for all of them. And since I’m a serious girl and like to do things properly, it will take me some time and effort, so please bear with me.

For now though let me point out a few things:

First, despite the fact Revanesse hasn’t been on the market that long, it is the third most popular range of dermal fillers in the USA after Juvederm and Restylane.

Second, its cost is more reasonable compared to those two.

Third, each Revanesse filler comes in a pack with 2 syringes of 1 ml each, total of 2 ml and costs in my store $300 USD.

Fourth, the only negative is the fact it doesn’t contain Lidocaine, like Juvederm or Restylane. But if I was to judge by my own experience, it doesn’t really make a huge difference. In fact, sometimes I think it’s best to not modify hyaluronic acid with lidocaine because the results manifest faster and last longer. Besides, there are some great topical anesthetics available such as Pliaglis cream which freezes the most sensitive areas so well that even lip augmentation doesn’t require a dental block. But if you still prefer to have lidocaine added to hyaluronic acid, then there is always an option to mix it yourself.

That’s for today. I’m off to write detailed info for Revanesse fillers.

In the meantime, you all stay safe and healthy! 🤗💖🦋

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