What is Lenisna?
Lenisna is a progressive collagen stimulator, designed to rejuvenate volume gradually and naturally. This treatment is primarily used for addressing deep wrinkles, and skin sagging, and enhancing or reshaping facial and body contours.
The dual-action formula of Lenisna harnesses the power of PDLLA (Poly-D, L-Lactic Acid) to stimulate long-term collagen production, while also benefiting from the hydrating properties of HA (Hyaluronic Acid). Together, these components work harmoniously to promote a revitalized and youthful appearance, which is perfect! Especially in our day and age where most of us stare at blue light screens every minute of every day.
How does Lenisna restore collagen?
PDLLA particles of Lenisna restore collagen and elastic fibres by stimulating natural immune reactions.
Is Lenisna the Right Choice for You?
Consider Lenisna for:
• Restoring natural volume to areas of the face or body that appear sunken.
• Naturally diminishing pronounced facial lines.
• Lessening the visibility of cellulite.
• Addressing skin looseness.
How is Lenisna Administered?
Before the procedure, a topical anaesthetic will be applied to ensure your comfort. Lenisna is then carefully introduced using a cannula, targeting the subcutaneous layer.
How Many Lenisna Treatments Are Recommended?
For optimal and lasting results, a series of at least 3 treatments, spaced a month apart, is typically advised. However, individual needs may vary.
When Will You Notice Improvements?
Lenisna works by encouraging your body’s natural collagen and elastin production. Many patients begin to observe enhancements 3-4 weeks post-treatment.
How Long Can You Expect Lenisna to Last?
The effects of Lenisna can endure for 18-24 months after the full treatment course. Over time, the PDLLA particles are naturally broken down into water and CO2, typically around 6 months post-injection.
Following your Lenisna procedure, it’s normal to experience minor side effects such as needle marks, swelling, or bruising, which generally dissipate in 3-4 days. Although you can return to daily routines immediately, it’s advised to avoid strenuous activities, direct sunlight, and alcohol consumption for 3-7 days.