Ellanse

Ellansé was developed in the Netherlands. It is the only dermal filler to achieve instant volume and long-lasting results, using own-collagen stimulation. It contains the combination of two main components: polycaprolactone (PCL) microspheres and Carboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC) carrier gel. It can be naturally broken down and absorbed by the human body. The CMC provides instant filling and anti-wrinkle effect, while the PCL stimulates collagen regeneration. Ellanse can effectively and instantly improve wrinkles, reshapes contours, and improves signs of aging, leaving the face youthful and smooth in the long term.

Ellanse Effect

Reduce wrinkles and fine lines

Brighten skin tone

Firm the skin

Reshape the contour​

Improve skin density and elasticity

Ellanse Treatment

Procedure process:
The procedure is quick, simple, and virtually painless.

How long does a treatment take?
A treatment takes about 30 minutes, and the specific time depends on the treatment area.

Post-treatment care:
It is recommended to minimize exposure of the treated area to excessive sun and UV lamp exposure and extreme cold weather until any initial swelling and redness has resolved.

Suggested course of treatment:
Only 1 session is needed for immediate results and long-lasting effect.

Approximate maintenance:
Generally, results can last from 18 months to 2 years, the effect varies from each individual.

Recovery:
The treatment requires almost no downtime.

Ellanse Before & After

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Photos provided by Sinclair Pharma Corporate Safety Group

FAQ

  • Those who want to improve wrinkles and fine lines
  • Those who want to plump sunken cheeks
  • Those who want to improve sagging skin
  • Treat facial scars, deep acne scars

Generally, results can last from 18 months to 2 years, the effect varies from each individual.

If you are pregnant or currently breastfeeding, you will not be suitable for Ellanse.

*Effects vary from person to person