My Review of Revanesse Versa
Procedure specific satisfaction rating
You're probably familiar with many injectable dermal fillers, like Restylane, Juvederm, Juvederm Ultra, Sculptra and Radiesse. One you probably haven't heard of is Revanesse Versa. It's a new filler from a homegrown Canadian company(out of Toronto) called Prollenium Medical Technologies. I had not heard of them either until my injector Laura Riehl-Tonn suggested giving it a try. She told me it was a smooth hyaluronic acid filler that worked well for filling nasolabial folds and increasing lip volume. I didn't have a problem with facial wrinkles but was in need of some extra lip volume. I trust Laura, so I decided to give this new product a try.
Just so you know, I was not born with small lips but they aren't as full as I want them to be. I've had filler injected into my lips previously to add volume, so I knew what to expect for my injections this time around. Revanesse has lidocaine in it like many other fillers, so you don't experience much pain at your injection sites. I felt a small burning like sensation as the filler was injected that was not really uncomfortable, it just felt a bit odd. The injection needles were small too and I was left with no bruising after the filer was injected. I had a tad bit of swelling and that was it.
My results were pretty much instant and I liked what I saw in the mirror. I am so happy with the results of my Revanesse treatment. My lips look incredible and Laura did an amazing job injecting them. This filler may be new but I like it. For the cost and the limited amount of swelling I had
For my American friends, I think Revanesse was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration for cosmetic treatments in the states. I like it and I think you will too.