What’s in the box?
2 x 0,8ml syringes
What are the associated side effects with Surgiderm 30?
Some swelling, bruising and redness may occur, as well as itchiness, pain and minor lumps at the area of injection. Other reported reactions include hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid. Reversible colouring although rare has also been reported as one side effect too.
All side effects are usually resolved in a few days.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural substance found inside the human body. It’s key properties are to keep the skin hydrated whilst adding plumpness. HA naturally breaks down in the body during metabolism and is then replaced. However as we get older and our metabolism slows down, replacement of HA is less often which results in less hydrated skin and less volume in the skin.
Medical professionals have been using HA in arthritis treatment and during eye surgery.
Who should not use Surgiderm 30?
Pregnant or lactating women should not use Surgiderm, as well as any individuals prone to develop skin scarring reactions.
Surgiderm should not be used alongside any other skin treatments such as laser or dermabrasion treatment, especially within the same session.
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