MAINTAIN RESULTS FOR UP TO 3 YEARS1*The Restylane Treatment Plan

The Restylane Treatment Plan involves an initial treatment with Restylane injectable gel and two follow-up treatments at 4.5 or 9 months, and 18 months later. On average, only half the amount of Restylane used at the initial treatment is needed to achieve full correction at the follow-up treatments.

In a clinical study treating the lines from the nose to the corner of the mouth (laugh lines), at least 94% of patients treated with Restylane injectable gel maintained results for up to 3 years1* when they followed the Restylane Treatment Plan.

Full Correction and the Restylane Treatment Plan1
The Restylane Treatment Plan may help maintain full correction results for up to 36 months. Your doctor may recommend a Restylane Treatment Plan tailored to your specific needs.

  • INITIAL TREATMENT

    Step 1

    Receive your initial Restylane treatment. Your initial treatment with Restylane injectable gel will instantly add volume to smooth away facial lines and restore skin contours.

  • 4.5 OR 9 MONTHS

    Step 2

    Refresh your look with a follow-up treatment (at either 4.5 or 9 months). Follow up treatments at 4.5 or 9 months can help refresh the immediate results of your initial treatment.

  • 18 MONTHS

    Step 3

    Maintain your look with another follow-up treatment (at 18 months). With a follow-up treatment at 18 months, your results can be maintained up to 3 years from your initial treatment.

1 Narins RS, et al. Dermatol Surg 2011;37(5):644–650.

* Results may last up to 12 to 36 months. 36-month results shown when using the Restylane Treatment Plan for the treatment of nasolabial folds with Restylane injectable gel: 94% of patients in clinical studies maintained results for up to 36 months from initial treatment when they had a follow-up treatment at 4.5 months or 9 months and 18 months. The maintenance of results using Restylane-L, Restylane Fine Lines-L, Restylane Lyft-L, Restylane Defyne, Restylane Refyne, Restylane Volyme and Restylane Kysse injectable gels has not been studied.