Understanding dermal fillers
Whether it's the simple passage of time or damage from the sun's intense rays, dermal (skin) fillers help turn back the clock and restore the youthful look of years gone by.

Fine lines, wrinkles, and creases are the result of a loss of collagen and elastin, your skin's natural support structure. Dermal fillers temporarily restore the skin's internal structure, "filling in" lines and wrinkles to quickly erase the signs of time.

But not all dermal fillers are alike. Until now, most conventional dermal fillers were composed of hyaluronic acid or collagen, which are derived from bacterial or animal sources. Many of those products also contained cross-linking chemicals.

Laresse provides the first non-animal, non-bacterial, ultra-smooth, and ultra-pure gel. Learn more about the Laresse difference.

Turn Back the Clock
You can turn back the clock and restore the youthful look of years gone by. The loss of collagen and elastin is seen in normal ageing, and wrinkles occur earlier in life with unprotected exposure to the sun.

Ultraviolet exposure can damage the process of collagen production in the skin and can attack elastin, limiting the skin's ability to "snap back" into place. How wrinkled the skin becomes depends largely on how much sun exposure a person has had.

Through a simple procedure, Laresse is injected under lines and wrinkles, boosting your skin's natural structure to push up and smooth skin, quickly restoring a more youthful appearance. Having your dermal filler treatment with Laresse temporarily replaces your skin's inner structure to “fill in” lines, wrinkles, and deep creases to quickly erase the signs of time.

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