Restylane® Kysse is a new dermal filler for patients looking to add natural volume and shape to their lips. This highly anticipated filler has been used in Europe for several years. It recently received U.S. FDA approval for lip augmentation and the correction of lip lines. Here’s what you need to know.
Why Volumize with Restylane Kysse?
Restylane Kysse is the latest addition to the Restylane family of fillers. Although there are several great lip fillers available already, this one is unique. It’s the first U.S. hyaluronic acid lip filler formulated with XpresHAn Technology™. This technology creates natural-looking results while allowing you to maintain normal expressions.
Restylane Kysse is flexible and soft. It looks beautiful whether your face is at rest or in motion. Yet it’s firm enough to offer long lasting plumpness and structure. These qualities make it an ideal lip filler.
Consider Restylane Kysse if any of the following statements apply to your situation:
- You want to define your cupid’s bow.
- You want to define the border of your lips.
- You have unwanted lip asymmetry.
- You have thin lips due to genetics or age and desire more volume.
- You want to improve the texture and smoothness of your lips.
- You want to address the appearance of vertical lips lines known as smoker’s lines.
Patients can enjoy a few special benefits from this filler treatment. Data shows that a lower amount of Restylane Kysse is needed to improve lip fullness than Juvéderm Volbella. Additionally, the results are proven to last for up to 1 year. Due to these benefits, Restylane Kysse is expected to become a very popular aesthetic treatment in America.
Schedule Your Restylane Kysse Treatment in Miami
Dr. Shaun Patel is a Presidential Level injector and a national trainer for Galderma, the makers of Restyle Kysse. He’s known for delivering beautiful results that meet each patient’s unique needs.
To learn more about enhancing your lips with Restylane Kysse, schedule a consultation at 786-618-5039. Miami Skin & Vein happily serves patients from Miami, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and the surrounding areas of Florida.