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BELOTERO® LIPS CONTOUR w/ Lidocaine 22.5mg/ml, 3mg/ml 1-0.6ml prefilled syringe

BELOTERO® LIPS CONTOUR w/ Lidocaine

Product:
BELOTERO® LIPS CONTOUR w/ Lidocaine
Manufacturer:
Merz Pharmaceuticals
Active Substance(s):
Hyaluronic acid, lidocaine
Strength:
22.5mg/ml, 3mg/ml
Pack Size:
1-0.6ml prefilled syringe
Accessories:
Package insert, 1-27G 1/2” needle, 1-30G 1/2” needle, 2 traceability labels
PRICE PER UNIT
USD$79 79USD

What is Belotero Lips Contour?

Belotero Lips Contour is an advanced hyaluronic acid lip filler produced by Merz Aesthetics. As part of the Belotero range, this lip product is processed using a unique cross-linking method (CPM) to produce a cohesive polydensified matrix product which has multiple density zones to adequately respond to the different support requirements of tissue. This results in more successful aesthetic results.

What is it used for?

  • Combination treatment with Belotero Lips Shape to define and add volume and projection to the lips
  • Soften fine lines around the mouth

What is Belotero Lips Contour made of?

The main component of Belotero Lips Contour is hyaluronic acid, formulated to a concentration of 22.5 mg/ml. Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of dermal tissue, present in vast quantities in the interstitial space between skin cells. It is a safe and effective compound for augmenting dermal tissue. Additionally, the hyaluronic acid in Belotero Lips Contour is not sourced from animals, further increasing the tolerability of treatment.

What are Belotero Lips Contour’s side effects?

Belotero Lips Contour treatment is generally regarded as very safe and unlikely to result in serious complications.

Common side effects:

  • Slight bleeding during the procedure which resolves spontaneously after the injection is completed
  • Redness
  • Edema
  • Pain, sometimes with itching

These injection-related reactions may last for a week but should subside on its own.

Rare side effects:

  • Hematomas
  • Swelling in the area of treatment
  • Tissue induration of nodules in the treated area
  • Discoloration
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Necrosis
  • Abscesses
  • Granuloma

If your patient experiences any rare side effects, they should seek medical attention immediately. Instruct the patient to report any side effects that last for more than one week. The side effects listed above may not be all the side effects, refer to the included package insert for more information.