Manufacturer : Allergan
Active Substance(s) : Hyaluronic acid, lidocaine
Strength : 24mg/ml, 3mg/ml
Pack Size : 2x1ml prefilled syringes
Accessories : Package insert, 4x27G 1/2” needles, 4 traceability labels
How to order?
You can order authentic Juvederm Ultra 4 online from the IDC website or by giving us a call at 800.208.5074. Take advantage of our competitive wholesale discounts today!
Why do professionals choose Juvederm Ultra 4?
Juvederm Ultra 4 is an injectable dermal filler gel for correcting deep wrinkles and restoring volume. It is made of cross-linked, non-animal hyaluronic acid made by streptococci bacteria fermentation. Another ingredient in this filler is Lidocaine. Lidocaine acts as a local anesthetic to reduce pain and discomfort from the injections. This filler is similar to Juvederm Ultra Plus, which has been discontinued.
A trusted product
JUVÉDERM® is one of the most trusted names in cosmetic injections, offering smooth, long-lasting results. You can use it to restore or add volume to areas of the face such as the cheeks or chin. You can also use it to help reduce the appearance of deep wrinkles and facial creases. However, it is recommended that you should not use it to correct glabellar lines or to treat the area under the eyes.
Helps restore volume on skin
As skin ages (especially if it is exposed to the sun), it tends to lose its hyaluronic acid content. In some cases, this loss of volume within the skin tissue can form wrinkles or enhance facial creases, and can even lead to loss of volume in areas such as the cheeks which can cause a sunken look. When you inject this dermal filler into the skin tissue using a 27G needle, the hyaluronic acid gel holds moisture to restore volume to the face. Hyaluronic acid can also stimulate collagen production, which gradually increases the skin’s strength and elasticity.
What are some of the most common side effects of this filler?
The most common side effects of Juvederm Ultra 4 include itching, pain, tenderness, redness, discoloration, and swelling at the injection site. These side effects usually resolve spontaneously within a day or two after you inject the product into your patient’s skin or within a week after you inject it into your patient’s lips. Contraindications include use in patients with a history of severe allergies or anaphylaxis, use in patients with a hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid or Lidocaine, and use immediately after dermabrasion, laser treatment, deep chemical peels, or superficial chemical peels that have caused severe inflammation. The contents of this filler will break down gradually within the skin tissue.
When are the results visible?
When you inject this filler into your patient’s skin tissue, the hyaluronic acid immediately restores volume to the face. The results of an injection usually last for up to about a year, then your patient can choose to get another it treatment to extend their results.