ULTRA LIPS LIDOCAINE is a flexible filling gel based on cross-linked hyaluronic acid, dedicated to lip modelling and contouring. It is characterized by an optimal density for this area and a molecule size of 600 μm, which makes it integrate perfectly into the tissue.
Thanks to its innovative Hy-BRID technology, it has an exceptionally smooth texture for ideal distribution in the skin and works with all techniques, including even the most advanced ones.
Restrictive cleansing off the BDDE agent minimizes the risk of post-dermal swelling. The anesthetic lidocaine provides greater comfort during the procedure.
– lips redness
– lip modelling and contouring
– smoker’s wrinkles
– correction of lip corners
The patented Hy-BRID technology is based on the use of exceptionally long and stable hyaluronic acid chains, whose concentration is invariably 24mg/ml. The difference between the individual variants lies only in the size of the molecule used. This ensures optimum plasticity of the acid, ease of injection, long-lasting effect and excellent volume.
The exceptional safety and maximum adaptability is caused by using only hyaluronic acid that meets pharmaceutical standards and its rigorous purification from the crosslinking agent BDDE, which is below detection level. This ensures that the treatment is free from the risk of allergic reactions and immunogenic or permanent swelling.
The exceptional plasticity and excellent rheological properties of the product make the injection extremely easy and precise every single time. In addition, the ergonomically designed syringe holder ensures accurate and smooth delivery.
The anesthetic lidocaine (0.3%) and thin-walled needles significantly reduce pain and increase the comfort of the procedure. The insertion process is virtually painless and tissue disruption is not felt.
The highest quality and safety of DIVES MED ULTRA LIDOCAINE is confirmed by international quality certificates ISO 13485 and ISO 9001, as well as the European Medical Certificate CE2195, issued by Emergo Europe, based in the Netherlands.