topical Restylane Cream by Dr. Glynis Ablon

by Angela
(Canada)

This product was featured on The Doctors show, where it was given out all the audience and they said it was available to the public. But good luck trying to find out where from.





Thanks. I would love to get more information about that cream. I have been using this hyaluronic acid (Cellex-C serum)...with great results - for months.

Please do share with me if you find more info.

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Topical Restylane Cream

by K Harr
(Fairport, NY, US)

What is the name of the non-cross-linked topical Restylane cream which is currently on the market?

Hello,

Thanks for your question. Funny thing is - you are the second person this afternoon who asked about a new topical restylane cream on the market.

The only topical Restylane cream that I'm aware of is a form of hyaluronic Acid serum called Cellex-C.

This product contains pure topical hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5 to help plump up the underlying skin. You can read more about it here.....Cellex-C.

Thanks,
Linda

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Topical Restylane cream

by Mary
(AZ)

I understand this will be available in about 6 months. Where can someone purchase when available?

Hi Mary,

Thanks for your email. The popular dermal injections called Restylane consist of medical grade hyaluronic acid.

When medical grade hyaluronic acid is injected under the skin it plumps up the skin thereby filling in folds and wrinkles. It also stimulates the body to produce collagen. However, these results are temporary and the injections need to be repeated every 3-6 months to maintain results.

Recently, researchers discovered an medical grade form of hyaluronic acid that can be applied topically onto the skin to obtain similar - but not exactly - the same results.

Researchers found that when this topical form of hyaluronic acid was applied to the skin there was an 82% increase in fullness of the cheek area within just 14 days. After 1 month, study subjects reported a dramatic reduction in deep folds of the face.

Researchers suspect the immediate results are due to the ability of the hyaluronic acid to hold up to 1000 times its own weight in water. This helps to provide an immediate plumping of the skin filling out wrinkles and folds. With long term use, they found that hyaluronic acid can help stimulate filling skin fibers thereby firming up the skin.

Topical hyaluronic acid has been used in various cosmetic products for years with disappointing results. So, what makes this new form so different?

While, researchers won’t reveal their trademark secrets, they do say the main difference between this new, potent, medical-grade topical hyaluronic acid and what’s been used previously, is the potency. Most cosmetic companies either use too little hyaluronic acid in their product or too low of a concentration to make a difference.

You can read more about this product called Cellex-C here at this page...Hyaluronic Acid Research.

I hope this information helps....

Linda

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