Erelle Total Action (2 x 1ml)

BioiTech

125€ (excluding 19% VAT)

148,75€ (incl. 19% VAT)

  • Manufacturer: Biotech
  • Category: Dermal filler
  • Injection depth: deep to subcutaneous dermis
  • Indication: Treatment of deep wrinkles and to compensate for the first volume defects on the face

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Erelle Total Action - suitable for treating deep wrinkles and compensating for the first volume defects in the face

Excellent tolerance and long-lasting effect


Erelle Total Action by BioiTech is a Dermal filler in the form of an injectable, cross-linked cellulose gel of non-animal origin, the for the treatment of deep wrinkles and to compensate for the first volume defects in the face suitable is. The biocompatible filler is 100 percent biologically manufactured. Above all, the excellent tolerability, the natural treatment results and the long-lasting effect speak for the preparation. Due to the biodegradability, the waiver of BDDE and the fact that it is XNUMX% protein-free, the risk of allergies and side effects is significantly reduced compared to other dermal fillers. This not only ensures improved tolerability - experienced doctors and naturopaths can also rely on a greater build-up effect, better modeling and a longer residence time of the material in the patient's tissue.

Compatible and long-lasting with Erelle Total Action

Real total action from BioiTech is a very efficient dermal filler with exceptional long-term potential, which is ideal for various indications. Whether balancing out initial volume defects, treating deep facial wrinkles such as marionette or nasolabial folds or modeling sunken cheeks: the preparation, which comes in a pre-filled disposable syringe with a measuring scale, impresses with its excellent tolerability, natural treatment results and long-lasting effect. Even the chin, the jawline and the lower arch can be modeled efficiently and the nose can be corrected in the long term. Injection is recommended with a 27G needle into the deep to subcutaneous dermis.

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