At Filladerm, you’ll find all three types of fillers offered by Revolax. All the fillers are designed to beautify different facial areas. While cross-linked hyaluronic acid is the main ingredient of all of them, the main difference is in the viscosity. Another thing to mention is these soft fillers are available with or without lidocaine.
Revolax Fine is the thinnest dermal filler in its range. Its complex viscosity is 80 MPa which makes it the perfect choice for treating superficial lines, crow’s feet, glabellar lines, neck wrinkles, and lip augmentation. The results of Revolax Fine last for 8 - 12 months.
Revolax Deep is also based on pure hyaluronic acid with a concentration of 20 mg/ml. Revolax Deep is thicker than Revolax Fine. Its complex viscosity is 160 MPa.
The effect of Revolax Deep lasts for 12 - 18 months. It’s used in the treatment of nasolabial folds and augmentation of the cheeks, chin, and lips.
Revolax Sub-Q is the thickest filler within its range in terms of the viscosity of the hyaluronic acid gel. Its complex viscosity is 280 MPa. This thickness of the gel makes it a good choice when it comes to treating the augmentation of the cheeks, chin, nose, and jawline. The result should last 12 - 18 months.