Smile lines sound so positive, but when it comes to their impacts on the skin over time, the results aren’t so cheery. These wrinkles develop on your previously smooth and youthful skin, leaving you feeling less confident in your appearance. Rather than accepting your own smile lines as a fact of life, you can embrace the use of the newly FDA-approved injectable called Restylane Refyne to battle unwanted nasolabial folds.
What Are Nasolabial Folds?
The nickname “smile lines” provides a hint. Nasolabial folds are the wrinkles or folds of skin that run from each side of the nose to the corners of the lips. They’re visible on just about everyone as they smile and laugh, but the wrinkles start to stick around permanently over time. As the skin’s elasticity diminishes and the face loses stores of fat and collagen, nasolabial folds keep their form instead of disappearing after smile muscles become relaxed.
Restylane Refyne: A Unique Dermal Filler
Restylane is a trusted family of dermal fillers that now offers another unique product, Restylane Refyne, to help address the problem of unwanted nasolabial folds and wrinkles. Refyne utilizes XpresHAn Technology to customize “the degree of hyaluronic acid crosslinking” and provide a range of “flexibility and support characteristics for different patient needs,” according to the maker Galderma.
Even better, Refyne sets itself apart from other fillers by flexing within the skin to support your face’s natural expressions. Since this product quite literally “moves with you,” you can enjoy natural wrinkle-free results at rest and when you show expression. Your results will never appear stiff or overdone; you will just look like the naturally best version of yourself!
Once injected into the nasolabial folds, Refyne maintains results for up to one full year! This means you will enjoy one entire trip around the sun without giving your wrinkles a second thought. If you’re ready to look younger in mere minutes, call (813) 377-2018 today to schedule your appointment with Dr. Bruce Landon at Landon Plastic Surgery in Tampa or Trinity, Florida.
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