My Review of Revanesse Versa
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.