Refyne + Defyne


When it comes to maintaining flawless and seemingly ageless skin, many have opted to try fillers and other injections to maintain their looks. Now, men and women have the opportunity to try two new groundbreaking fillers from Restylane: Refyne and Defyne.

Refyne

Approved to treat wrinkles and folds around your nose and mouth (often called smile or marionette lines), Refyne is the perfect choice to naturally smooth those areas. This filler is made with hyaluronic acid and XpresHA technology, which gives Refyne much more movement within your skin. Because Refyne is a gel that uses a different chemical structure to other injectables, natural movement is preserved which gives you the full range of your expressions while trimming years off of your appearance.

Defyne

The sister to Refyne, Defyne is another new filler from Restylane that is designed to plump and fill deep-set lines. Defyne is the designed to fill folds that are more prominent on your skin. Because so many men and women struggle with loss of volume as they age, which contributes to deeper-set wrinkles, Defyne is able to smooth and fill these areas while better maintaining your natural range of expressions.

Since Defyne is used to treat more-affected areas, Restylane has designed Defyne to have a slightly less flexible composition to provide structural support and fill nasolabial folds to create natural-looking and youthful results.

The Difference with Refyne and Defyne

One important thing to note with Refyne and Defyne fillers are that contain Lidocaine, which is a numbing agent. Unlike other fillers and injections, Refyne and Defyne come with reduced discomfort thanks to this numbing factor. Additionally, the gel construction and XpresHA technology helps patients achieve the most natural-looking results with facial expressions that are unhindered by paralyzing agents.

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"What I love most about Lisa is her honesty about what will and won’t work. Also, my biggest concern is looking ‘overdone’ or not natural and so far Lisa has been fantastic on that front."

November 27, 2015

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