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General Information About Princess®
What is Princess®?
Princess is a hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler line designed to treat different facial disparities. It is a biodegradable, sterile, isotonic, transparent, and homogenized injectable filler made through S.M.A.R.T. (Supreme Monophasic and Reticular Technology). The S.M.A.R.T. technology design is accountable for the fillers’ long lasting effects, as it produces a dense 3D structure that is resistant to breaking down.
Princess also offers a line of hydrating facial sheet masks that can be used to effectively by your patient at home to treat various skin concerns.
What makes a good candidate?
The best candidates are patients above the age of 18 years who are experiencing signs of aging, such as moderate to severe wrinkles.
You should not administer Princes to:
- Patients with a known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid;
- Patients with with cutaneous infection and inflammation;
- Patients with a tendency to develop hypertrophic scarring;
- Pregnant and breastfeeding women;
- Individuals with a history of autoimmune diseases or those receiving immunotherapy;
- Patients under the age of 18.
Areas treated with Princess
Wrinkles, folds and scars – Smooth out nasolabial folds, perioral wrinkles, marionette lines, and other skin depressions in the face.
- Cheeks – Restore volume to sunken cheeks.
- Lips – Address cosmetic concerns, such as asymmetry and thin lips.
- Contours of the face – Redefine facial contours that may sag with age.
Use these fillers to revitalize skin tone, hydration, and elasticity as well.
How does Princess work?
Hyaluronic acid preserves moisture levels, maintaining the firmness and elasticity of the skin. Over time, due to aging and other factors like stress and exposure to the sun, the skin produces hyaluronic acid at a lower rate. Thus, there is less moisture retention, resulting in wrinkles and lines. Princess treatments aim to replenish the hyaluronic acid, which adds support under the skin for a smooth and radiant look.
The filler breaks down slowly, while it stimulates collagen and elastin production which in turn enhances the skin’s structure and elasticity.
Princess filler is composed of cross-linked hyaluronic acid extracted from Streptococcus equi bacteria then made to a concentration of 23 mg/ml in a physiologic buffer.
A week before treatment, the patient should avoid medications like anticoagulants and anti-inflammatories, if possible.
You can opt to use a local anesthetic for added comfort.
Disinfect the treatment area with an antiseptic. Use the provided needle to administer.
Inject into the treatment area using an appropriate injection technique. Refer to the product manual for specific instructions. You can opt to massage the area for better distribution of the gel under the skin. Depending on the area to be treated, the procedure can last between 15 to 30 minutes. Your patient may need to come back for follow up treatments.
How long does Princess last?
The results from Princess treatment are not permanent, as the hyaluronic acid is metabolized over time. The effects last an average of 6 to 12 months, but depend of the type of filler used.
Princess fillers are of non-animal origin, significantly reducing the chance of an allergic reaction. Hence, there is no need for an allergy test. These cosmetic fillers are manufactured and held to the highest safety standards. Although the results tend to be immediate, they are temporary. Side effects that occur are generally injection-related and usually mild.
There are temporary and common side effects that resolve within the first week after treatment.
In case these effects become worse, the patient should contact you for immediate assistance.
After the treatment, the person return to their regular routine; however, they should avoid exposure to extreme heat or cold.
Cost of Princess
Patients should expect for a Princess treatment to cost less than other dermal filler brands. On average, cosmetic injectables can cost between $500 to $800. The cost of treatment in your clinic is determined by you.