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HYDROLIFT Action: a new approach in facial reshaping


Professor Giuseppe Sito discusses the


full-facial approach to restoration of volume and


harmony using the hyaluronic acid- based Aliaxin


products from IBSA Farmaceutici Italia srl


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PROFESSOR GIUSEPPE SITO, Aesthetic Surgeon Co-Authors: PATRIZIA PIERSINI, Aesthetic


Practitioner; and SERGIO


MARLINO, Plastic Surgeon, practising in Naples and Turin, Italy


email: mail@giuseppesito.it


T IS NOW PARAMOUNT FOR A facial filler treatment protocol to aim for a global approach. This approach will not only fill wrinkles, but also restore tissue volume, harmonisation and, if


possible, tone and hydrate the skin, resulting in a true HYDROLIFT™ Action effect. These concepts are becoming evermore popular and as a result, a dermal filler must not only fill the face, but must also be an effective anti-ageing remedy. Therefore, a full-face therapy


requiring treatment to the various areas of the face in anatomo– histological and morphological terms, cannot be carried out using just one type of filler, but must be approached through the use of products designed for the different areas and regulated on the basis of the range of pre-set goals.


Global facial treatment The ALIAXIN® dermal filler product line, the formulations of which are based on the HYDROLIFT™ Action described above, responds well to these requirements, allowing a global facial treatment to be performed with the three different formulations of the ALIAXIN® range, which each have viscoelastic and differentiated properties depending on the area to be treated. In fact, these hyaluronic acid-based gels are unique owing to the combined use of hyaluronic acid with different molecular weights, but are also regulated on the basis of the cross-linking degree. The authors began using the


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ALIAXIN® line of dermal fillers in February 2012 and as of today, have treated 180 patients (32 men and 148 women), performing 154 infiltration sessions.


March 2013 | prime-journal.com


ALIAXIN® FL for lip enhancement, (A) before and (B) after


The facial areas treated were nasogenian wrinkles, lips, marionette lines, cheeks, cheekbones, temporal regions, bridge of the nose and earlobe.


ALIAXIN FL Patients who requested a lip treatment were treated with ALIAXIN® FL. This monophasic hyaluronic acid-based filler, containing 500 kDa and 1000 kDa hyaluronic acid chains, allows for a fluid and uniform injection using a low extrusion force and resulting in a reduced risk of oedema. The ease of extrusion of this product allows its injection through a 30 G needle, further reducing any pain sensation. The top lip can be treated both deeply (pre-muscular) for volumetric filling or on a more superficial plane (sub-mucous) for greater definition of the contour, while the lower lip is usually only infiltrated in its superficial plane. ALIAXIN® FL has also been used


for labial commissures and in some cases, for marionette lines.


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