Repaired skin – Hyaluronidase – to eliminate excess product placement
Hyaluronidase is an enzyme that facilitates the diffusion of injectable liquids [enzyme extracted from bovine testes].
Increases the speed of absorption and decreases the discomfort of subcutaneous or intramuscular injection of liquids; for reabsorption of excess fluid and blood extravasated in tissues; to increase the effectiveness of local anesthesia.
Hyaluronidase can be administered along with the liquid to be injected or injected into the site before the liquid is administered subcutaneously or intramuscularly. It should not be administered by Intravenous Via.
Its maximum absorption and dilution power of foreign substances such as hyaluronic acid fillers and even biopolymers is reached within the first 4 hours of powder dilution. After these first 4 hours, the dilution of substances will take longer or even be attenuated. For example, to remove biopolymer from the lips, this hyaluronidase proved to be quite effective. If it is not possible to completely remove the product, repeat several sessions until the desired objective is achieved.
Use, preferably immediately after reconstitution. Do not use if there is a change in color or precipitates.
Indications for use:
Topical application, Fractionated Mesotherapy, Dermapen, Dermapen 2.0, Derma-Roller, Virtual Mesotherapy, Electroporation, Iontophoresis, Sonophoresis