Teosyal Meso, injectable into superficial dermis and is best for dermis, neck, hands and décolleté.
Effective, Long-Lasting and Safe - The Teosyal range, manufactured in Switzerland by Teoxane Laboratories and distributed in the UK by Lifestyle Aesthetics, consists of several monophasic hyaluronic acid based products of non-animal origin, which are highly biocompatible, offering patients immediate and long-lasting results. Its high hydrating capacity can absorb upto 1000 times its own weight in water and is visco-elastic to mainain the skins elasticity and form a dense, interlocking mesh.
The patented technology used in the Teosyal range has a reduced protein and bacterial endotoxin level resulting in less hypersensitivity reactions.
Certain products in the Teosyal range are now delivered with 25g Ultra Thin Wall needles.
What about contraindications?
- Reduction from 20% to 50% of needed force to inject Teosyal dermal filler implants compare to current needles, meaning more comfort for the practitioner.
- Use of a 27G needle with Teosyal Ultra Deep instead of current 25G, which reduces the patient trauma during the injection.
- Excellent skin penetration thanks to the double bevel design of the extremity and the lubrication of the needles.
Individuals with a known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid. Pregnancy and breast feeding.
Duration of effect
This depends upon the degree of correction required, your age and lifestyle as well as the correct placement of the product by a practitioner.
Trials indicate that the majority of the Teosyal range is effective for an average of 6 to 9 months for the treatment of wrinkles.
Teosyal Kiss is manufactured in such as way as to obtain a longer-lasting effect - averaging 9 to 12 months, Teosyal Ultra Deep is said to last 12 months on average, with Teosyal Ultimate quoted as a 12 to 18 month average duration; these are according to the manufacturers.
Reported side effects
Transient erythema (redness), swelling, possible discomfort at the implant site, this usually resolves in a few days. Any persistent reaction must be reported to your practitioner.