Regenovue Aqua Shine vs Regenovue Aqua Shine Plus
The Aqua Shine and Aqua Shine Plus products share a lot of things in common. They were both created to rejuvenate the skin by ridding it of fine wrinkles, large facial pores, signs of aging and dryness by increasing its elasticity, maintaining its hydrobalance, smoothening shallow creases, and depressions, etc. Both of these fine mesotherapy solutions can be applied via injection in:
- The lips
- Around the mouth and the nose
- Perioral area
But they have a different structure. Regenovue Aqua Shine Plus has a cross-linked composition and that makes it the more durable injectable of the two. With it, there is no risk of gel migration and cosmetic experts have greater control over its application.
Contraindications and side effects
People who are taking cardiac medications and anticoagulants and those who suffer from skin inflammation around the points of injection are not suitable candidates for this form of skin rejuvenation. Pregnant and breastfeeding women and patients who suffer from disorders such as lupus, diabetes, and AIDS are also advised against this anti-aging treatment.
Adverse effects are observed in very rare cases and include only temporary and mild symptoms like redness, tenderness, bruising, sensitivity and swelling and occur only around the points of injection. Usually, they disappear completely in a few hours or several days. There is no downtime after a procedure with an advanced Hyaluronic Acid mesotherapy product of Regenovue Aqua Shine Plus’ rank.