Radiesse is worth considering if you want to reverse the signs of aging, such as wrinkles and skin laxity, using completely natural means. Radiesse injections restore your skin’s natural collagen reserves to make you look younger without any signs of cosmetic work. NutriFlo Medspa & IV Lounge provides highly-calibrated Radiesse treatments to address your unique needs and concerns.
Reversing the Signs of Aging
What is Radiesse?
Radiesse belongs to a category of cosmetic injectables known as dermal fillers. As a filler, its primary goal is to give your facial skin a natural lift to enhance your facial volume and fill out the fine lines and wrinkles. However, Radiesse distinguishes itself from other dermal fillers because it also activates your body’s natural collagen production capabilities, thereby making its results more durable and long-lasting than others.
Radiesse is composed of a biocompatible and biodegradable gel called calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA). When injected into the targeted regions, it adds facial volume and fills out the fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. It also binds moisture to make your skin appear voluminous and dewy. As with most dermal fillers, the CaHA components are eventually metabolized by the body.
However, CaHA also activates your body’s natural collagen production capabilities. Collagen is your skin’s primary structural fiber — it makes your skin appear taut, firm, and voluminous, holding it upright against the force of gravity. Radiesse restores your skin’s natural collagen reserves, thereby producing long-lasting results that outlast the filler itself. Even after the CaHA is metabolized, your face continues looking firm and voluminous.
Who Are the Ideal Candidates for Radiesse?
Radiesse is meant for patients with early or moderate signs of aging on the hands or face. You should consider Radiesse injections if you want to correct the wrinkles or loss of volume in your face or hands while increasing your body’s natural collagen reserves. However, you shouldn’t use Radiesse if you’re pregnant, nursing, or have a history of severe allergies and bleeding disorders.