JUVEDERM® VOLUX with Lidocaine
Manufacturer: Allergan Inc.
Active Substance(s): Hyaluronic acid, lidocaine
Pack Size: 2-1ml prefilled syringes
Accessories: Package insert
|2 +||5% $ 246.05|
|3 +||7% $ 240.87|
|4 +||15% $ 220.15|
|5 +||11% $ 230.51|
|6 +||15% $ 220.15|
WHAT IS JUVEDERM VOLUX?
Juvederm Volux is an injectable gel used for facial volume restoration. This hyaluronic acid dermal filler is primarily used to correct chin retrusion (aesthetically weak chin) or a lack of jawline. The manufacturer of Juvederm Volux, Allergan Inc, is a multinational pharmaceutical company who is a global leader in providing aesthetic solutions.
WHAT IS IT USED FOR?
- facial volume restoration and/or creation, particularly for jawline redefinition and chin enhancement
- presence of lidocaine helps reduce needle pain
WHAT IS JUVEDERM VOLUX MADE OF?
Juvederm Volux is a clear and colorless solution made of cross-linked hyaluronic acid (25 mg/ml) of non-animal origin. It also contains 3 mg of lidocaine hydrochloride and phosphate buffer pH 7.2, q.s. to 1 ml.
Cross-linked hyaluronic acid is a suitable dermal filler material as it effectively plumps and smooths contour irregularities in the skin caused by volume loss.
WHAT ARE JUVEDERM VOLUX’S SIDE EFFECTS?
Generally speaking, side effects caused by Juvederm Volux are rare. The most common type of side effect produced by treatment with this dermal filler are usually injection-related reactions that self- resolve within days of treatment.
COMMON SIDE EFFECTS:
- mild tenderness
RARE SIDE EFFECTS:
- vascular compromise
- tissue necrosis
- Tyndell effect
- poor or weak filling effect
- vision impairment (temporary or permanent)
If your patient experiences any rare side effects, they should seek immediate medical attention.
This may not be the complete list of side effects, refer to the product’s package insert for more information.
Warning! The product is intended solely for professional use in a medical environment and under professional supervision. The product is supplied to medical professionals who specialize in aesthetic medicine (plastic surgery, facial treatments) and work under individual medical licenses as aestheticians or in dedicated clinics. Unprofessional use by individuals without a medical background may lead to severe adverse effects and health harm.