LENISNA is a hybrid filler which have connected both benefits of immediate filling efect of HA (hyaluronic acid) and long-term stimulation of collagen production by PDLLA (Poly D,L – lactide).
Thanks to the patented manufacturing technology, patent no. 10-1481441, no. 10-1725279, a preparation with unique properties has been created: long-lasting effectiveness and an increased safety profile.
LENISNA is designed as a time-acting filler with a concentration of 170 mg of PDLLA polylactic acid, and 30 mg of non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid. By adjusting the amount of the solution and the particle size from 50 to 60 micrometers and combining them with non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid, a hybrid was obtained that is suitable for application in subcutaneous or periosteal tissue.
It is intended for the treatment of deep wrinkles, laxity and significant tissue defects.
WOW EFFECT! Thanks to the combination of PDLLA polylactic acid with HA hyaluronic acid, we obtain an effect that is visible immediately after the treatment.
The filling is maintained until the production of new collagen, elastin, by polylactic acid begins to dominate.
Due to the high concentration of poly D,L lactic acid – 170 mg and hyaluronic acid – 30 mg, the treatment is intended for people:
The effects of the therapy are visible immediately after administration. We obtain a filling effect thanks to the presence of hyaluronic acid. After about 2 weeks, the production of collagen is initiated by the presence of PDLLA lactic acid microparticles. The effects of the therapy last for over two years after the last treatment. The recommended number of treatments is 2 or 3, depending on the skin deficiency, at intervals of 6-8 weeks. After two years it is recommended to carry out 1 reminder treatment.
Add 5 ml of sterile water for injection to the vial. Place the preparation in a VORTEX laboratory shaker. After 30 minutes, the preparation is ready for use.
In the case of injection of the preparation with a cannula, a specialist performs anesthesia of the injection site
Performing the procedure with a needle or cannula