Restylane Alternatives

by Becky

Do you think there really are any restylane alternatives?





Hi Thanks for your email on restylane alternatives. I feel that hyaluronic acid is the closest to liquid topical restylane.

Some research shows that the proper concentration of topical hyaluronic acid can dramatically lift and fill out the skin. Remember, Restylane is just an injectable, medical grade form of hyaluronic acid.

Click here Hyaluronic Acid Research - Restylane Alternatives to read more.

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Restalyn Alternative

by jerri
(Florida)

I am in my 40s and starting to get the deep lines between my nose and mouth. I talked to my dermatologist and she recommended Restalyn but I don't know if I like that idea.

Are there any natural alternatives to Restalyn you can suggest?
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Hello,

Thanks for your question regarding Restylane alternatives.

That’s actually a great question because as quick, safe, and effective as restylane is, in these hard economic times who can afford to drop $600.00 every 3-4 months?

There are some safe alternatives to restylane, but they require effort on your part.
The main thing to remember is that you want to keep the skin firm and the underlying muscles strong -- so the lines or wrinkles won’t develop as easily. Wrinkles and lines are usually caused by a decrease in the skin’s elasticity, thickness, and firmness.

So with that in mind, the first suggestion I have is to apply extra copper peptides to the areas that concern you. Copper peptides are known to build collagen production and increase skin firmness.

Facial exercises and massage can also help by keeping the skin and underlying tissues firm, and strengthen and tone muscle fibers. A good exercise for nasolabial folds and the whole mouth and chin area is as follows:

Mouth Toner – While sitting comfortably, tilt your head way back and look at the ceiling. Pucker your lips together -- making a kiss. Now stretch the kiss – like you’re trying to kiss the ceiling. Hold this position for a count of 15. Bring your head back down and relax your mouth. Repeat this 4 more times.

You should try to do this at least 5-6 times a week. I found that doing this twice a day, in the beginning, seems to get faster results.

Finally, consider a relaxing facial massage. It feels wonderful and your skin will glow for hours afterward.

Check out this massage video for instructions on how to perform a complete Face Massage.

Keep in mind it may take anywhere from 3-6 months before you start seeing results and up to a year for really dramatic changes. But look at it this way – these methods are inexpensive and natural ways to keep your skin healthy, strong and help you look as good as possible as you age.

I hope this information has helped – if you have any more questions, please feel free to ask. Also, let me know how it goes, I love to hear feedback.

Thanks,
Linda, Admin

Note: If anyone else out there has any stories or tips to share about their experience with restylane, facial exercises, or any other method they’ve tried to combat lines or wrinkles – please feel free to share. This is an open forum and we all love to hear what you have to say!


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