Hyaluronidase

Hyaluronidase and Hyaluronic Acid

If you need to correct some errors caused by hyaluronic acid’s injections you can try Hyaluronidase, an enzyme used to accelerate the elimination of fillers’ main ingredient (this one only): hyaluronic acid. So, basically, this is used to cancel or reduce the effect of a gone-wrong-filler. This enzyme’s effect is truly immediate and you can see it within 24 hours. The only side effect you’re likely to experience are edemas and bruises, but they’ll go away in just a few days. Hyaluronidase is an enzyme that can already be found in our body, but the one used in aesthetic medicine doesn’t derive from humans, so you better have an allergic test before doing your treatment.

Is Hyaluronidase The Only Way To “Undo” A Filler?

First thing first: don’t forget that hyaluronic acid-based fillers are not like surgery or other permanent treatments, they are temporary: that’s why we would warmly suggest you not to resort immediately to Hyaluronidase – in case you don’t like filler’s effect, of course – and to wait instead for its effect to dissolve on its own. And, most importantly, always keep in mind these words: “better safe than sorry”: if the doctor’s good, you won’t need to worry how to undo or dissolve your filler in the first place.

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers: How Do They Work?

I’m sure you’re now wondering: how does Hyaluronidase work? Well, to answer this question we have to take a step back and see how hyaluronic acid-based fillers work in the first place. Getting straight to the point: these types of fillers are a class of injectable fillers mostly used for: Temporarily smooth wrinkles and other thin lines of the face. Treat the loss of volume in some areas of the face. Plump your lips and/or cheeks. Better your skin’s hydration. Work on a surgery to better it. If your “injector” is a qualified doctor, physician or dermatologist you can be sure that the result you will get will be absolutely natural and not “fake-looking”. Of course there’s no infallible treatment, so you must accept the “risk factor”, but this is inevitable, as in any other medical treatment.

Hyaluronidase: Why You Should Use It

If you’re thinking about resorting to Hyaluronidase it means you want to “undo” or dissolve the effect of the filler you just had, and that means, again, that there’s something wrong with it. If that’s the case, you’ve probably put yourself in the hands of the wrong injector.

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