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Hyaluderm Rejuvenation is an injectible dermal filler developed by LCA Pharmaceutical. The product consists of a 2% concentration of hyaluronic acid that is injected by dermatologists or cosmetic surgeons into the lips for fullness, or into the face to smooth out wrinkles. According to the manufacturer, the treatment can last up to two months.
Injecting substances underneath the epidermis is a more extreme method of treating wrinkles than applying a topical cream, but many women prefer the dramatic and immediate effects of injections. Hyaluderm Rejuvenation can only be administered by a licensed professional and cannot be purchased retail.
Hyaluderm Rejuvenation contains the active ingredient hyaluronic acid, which has been clinically-proven to deeply hydrate the skin. Hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water and is a powerful weapon in the anti-aging war. In fact, it is one of the ingredients we look for in topical skin treatments. For those who do not wish to be injected in order to have firmer, softer skin, topical products that include hyaluronic acid work very effectively, as the ingredient is known for its deep penetration through the skin. The results with a topical cream may not be as dramatic or immediate as with Hyaluderm Rejuvenation, but results may still be seen relatively quickly.
There is no indication on the manufacturer’s website what the other ingredients in this solution are, but they are likely to be water solution, perhaps with saline. LCA states that Hyaluderm Rejuvenation is well-tolerated by patients, meaning that it is unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. According to the injection instructions, one or multiple injections may be required to each area of the skin depending on how deep or extensive the wrinkles are, in order to see optimal results.
- Contains hyaluronic acid.
- Has immediate and long-lasting effect on wrinkles.
- May cause pain during injection.
- Must be administered by a licensed professional.
- May be more expensive than topical treatments.
- Does not contain other effective ingredients like collagen.
The Bottom Line
For those who must have instant relief from wrinkles regardless of the cost or pain, Hyaluderm Rejuvenation may be a product to consider, as might Botox. However, there are less expensive and less painful treatment methods available. For most consumers looking for quick and long-lasting results, there are several highly effective topical skin treatments that reduce wrinkles and reinvigorate the skin’s ability to produce collagen. Look for topical products that contain collagen or peptides such as Matrixyl 3000 or Argiriline, which have been clinically proven to reduce wrinkles and firm and tone the skin. There are also many topical treatments which contain hyaluronic acid that will penetrate through the skin without the aid of a needle.