Elasty G Plus Lidocaine
Elasty’s PNET technology offers a new concept filler with high elasticity and cohesiveness for wrinkle filling. Elasty G Plus filler enhances facial volume and contours, both ideal for medium to deep skin folds with long-lasting results due to having highest viscosity in Elasty line.
- Ingredients: 24 mg/ml Hyaluronic Acid, Lidocaine
- Viscosity: High
- Package: 2 syringes (1mL each), 4 needles (2 x 27G, 2 x 30G).
- Results: Last up to a year.
- Shelf-life: 24 months.
PNET (Preserved Natural Entanglement Technology) is an advanced cross-linking process used in the production of certain hyaluronic acid dermal fillers. Here’s a simplified summary:
Cross-Linking Process: PNET involves a specialized method of cross-linking, where the aim is to achieve ideal cross-linking. In this context, “cross-linking” refers to the process of chemically bonding molecules to form a more stable and cohesive structure.
Ideal Cross-Linking: The goal is for 100% of the BDDE (a cross-linking agent) to participate in the cross-linking process, leaving no unlinked BDDE. This is significant because partially linked or unlinked BDDE (referred to as “Open cross-linked”) can potentially cause adverse events.
FDA Guidelines Compliance: The PNET technology ensures compliance with stringent FDA guidelines, which dictate that the level of Open cross-linked or non-cross-linked BDDE should be below 2 ppm (parts per million).
Increased Crosslinking Efficacy: By utilizing lower amounts of BDDE, PNET increases the efficacy of crosslinking. This minimizes the presence of inactive Open-cross linked BDDE.
Dual Cleaning Process: PNET incorporates a two-stage cleaning process. The first cleaning step inactivates any Open-cross linked BDDE, and the second cleaning step effectively eliminates free BDDE.
In essence, PNET technology enhances the safety and effectiveness of dermal fillers by ensuring a more efficient and cleaner cross-linking process, aligning with safety standards and minimizing the risk of adverse effects.
Hyaluronic Acid (24 mg/mL)
Ensures hydration and volumization
Ensures painless treatments by having numbing effect
BDDE content was minimized by PNET technology
BDDE stands for “1,4-butanediol diglycidyl ether.” It is a chemical compound commonly used as a cross-linking agent in the production of hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers. Here’s a brief explanation of its role and significance:
Cross-Linking Agent: In the context of dermal fillers, BDDE is used to cross-link hyaluronic acid chains. This means it helps to chemically bond these chains together, creating a more stable and durable gel-like substance.
Stability and Longevity: The use of BDDE in cross-linking enhances the stability of the hyaluronic acid gel. This results in dermal fillers that are more resistant to being broken down by the body’s natural processes, thereby extending the duration of their effects.
- Safety and Regulation: While BDDE is effective as a cross-linker, it can pose health risks if not used properly. Residual BDDE, which is BDDE that remains unreacted or unbound in the final product, can be harmful. High levels of residual BDDE might lead to adverse reactions, including irritation, inflammation, or more serious complications.
- It’s recommended to consult a professional for proper application techniques.
- Elimination of moderate wrinkles in the forehead area;
- Reduction of nasolabial folds;
- Chin augmentation;
- Non-surgical nose reshaping;
- Restoration of volume in the cheek area.
1 pack contains:
- Two 1mL syringes
- Two needles 27G
- Two needles 30G
Comparison of Elasty line
Storage & USE Precautions
- Store in a cool, dry place between 1~30℃
- Never heat or freeze this product.
- Please keep away from direct sunlight
Please note that our products are meant to be administered by medical professionals. We are not responsible for any negative inflictions that may arise after administering products by yourself. We will not compensate for products that have been wasted or misused.
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