Hydrelle: Reviewing the New Lidocaine Dermal Filler

by Trudi Schrieber

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Injectable dermal fillers have become increasingly popular to treat wrinkles and fine lines. Hydrelle is a dermal filler that differs from others on the market because it includes an anesthetic called Lidocaine. Because of the Lidocaine, Hydrelle may be less painful than other injectable fillers such as Juvederm or Restalyne. Hydrelle is also different from competing dermal fillers because it requires less than 50 percent of the treatment amount of other fillers to produce results. This makes Hydrelle more affordable.

Hydrelle uses Hyaluronic acid to fill wrinkles and fine lines. Hyaluronic acid acts like a matrix that supports collagen and elastin. It also attracts water, which improves skin volume, smoothing out wrinkles. It is injected, similar to other fillers, via syringe. Hydrelle injections treat laugh lines, grooves around the mouth, crow’s feet, and other fine lines.

Hydrelle Benefits

There are many reasons patients choose Hydrelle. Benefits of the filler include:

  • Less risk of allergic reactions: Because Hydrelle uses Hyaluronic acid, which is occurs naturally in the body, there is very little risk that you might experience an allergic reaction.
  • Less painful than many dermal fillers: Thanks to the inclusion of Lidocaine in the Hydrelle formula, which anesthetizes the area as the injection occurs, the treatment is arguably more comfortable than treatment with traditional dermal fillers.
  • More affordable: Since less Hydrelle is needed to treat deep wrinkles, it is cheaper than alternatives.
  • Quick and easy procedure: You can receive Hydrelle treatment over your lunch break! It’s quick and easy. There’s no down time, and swelling usually subsides in one to two days.
  • Can be used for wrinkles, fine lines, and check or lip enhancement
  • Can be administered on all skin types
  • Results are immediate and long-lasting: After treatment, you will notice an immediate reduction in the appearance of wrinkles. Additionally, the results can last up to 12 months.

Hydrelle Risks & Side Effects

Like any cosmetic procedure, Hydrelle involves some risks and side effects. These may include:

  • Initial swelling and tenderness around the injection site
  • Slight bruising
  • Severe redness
  • Lumps or bumps
  • Itching
  • Temporary discoloration
  • Infection
  • Allergic reaction
  • Scar tissue

Other Hydrelle Drawbacks

Online reviews of Hydrelle have been mixed, but many doctors have reported increased complications with Hydrelle compared to other dermal fillers. Scar tissue, infections, and allergies to Hydrelle have been reported more frequently than with other fillers.

Learn More about Hydrelle

If you want to know more about Hydrelle, contact HealthySkinPortal to schedule your personal consultation with one of our licensed skin care specialists. During your consultation, you can speak with your doctor about the available options for treating wrinkles, and determine which option is best suited for you.

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