What is Liporase® Hyaluronidase Injection?
Liporase® Hyaluronidase Injection can reverse the effects of Hyaluronic Acid fillers and boost those of fat-melting serums. Both of these applications of Liporase® Hyaluronidase Injection lead to almost immediate results because this enzyme starts to work the moment it is injected in the target area regardless if the latter is a fat deposit or a layer of the skin. However, with some HA filler injections, the effects may become visible 24-48 hours after it has been administered when the HA gel concentration or the cross-linking ratio is higher than the average.
Hyaluronidase is a natural substance found in the body, which is collected from either cows or pigs. It is cleaned up to remove animal substances. It may also be produced in a laboratory that recreates it from human albumin sources.
Hyaluronidase injection is a spreading substance. It is used with other medicines given under the skin to improve their uptake by the body. This method of drug delivery is only used when the drug cannot be given by injection into a vein. Hyaluronidase injection is also used to increase the absorption of fluids or medicines that are injected into your skin. It is also used to help improve the absorption of radioactive substances during a procedure called subcutaneous urography.
Liporase Inj. (Hyaluronidase) is a solution of hyaluronidase, an enzyme catalyzing degradation of hyaluronic acid (HA). It is aimed at dissolving HA-based fillers in case of unsatisfying results of the injection procedure. It can also be used for increasing the effect of a fat-burning injection procedure.
- Immediate result
- The enzyme reverses the effect of incorrectly injected HA-based fillers
- Enhances the effect of lipolysis injections, decreases cellulitis
- Liporase Inj. (Hyaluronidase) is used to dissolve HA deposits or enhance the effect of fat-melting procedures.
The product has contraindications. We are not responsible for any negative effects that you may encounter after administering products by yourself. Consulting a doctor or medical professional is recommended prior to any procedure.