By Rosie Wilson
Biodegradable collagen-stimulating dermal fillers, like Ellansé from Sinclair IS, have been found to induce neo-collagenesis, according to a recent study. The research, published in the Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy has shown that the unique makeup of the filler is capable of inducing the process in its patients.
Two patients were enrolled in the study, both of them undergoing a temple-lifting procedure. Results of the study showed that the fillers caused collagen formation around the PCL particles, which are maintained in their original state 13 months post-injections. This also indicates that tissue migration of the PCL particles did not occur.
Collagen stimulating fillers like Ellansé have unique longevity that offer variable durations of up to four years, and so is ideal for patients seeking long-lasting results. For more information about Ellansé, please call 020 746769 or follow @EllanseUK on Twitter.