What is Revanesse Versa used for?
Versa, being a hyaluronic acid filler, is very versatile and can be used on and off label for fine lines and wrinkles, in and around the lips, the tear troughs, brows, and more.
Because this filler blends so well, has minimal swelling, and looks so natural it is quickly becoming a favorite in the lips and in the tear troughs at EMA.
What is Hyaluronic Acid (HA)?
HA is a naturally occurring substance found in the body that is responsible for keeping the skin hydrated. It can be manufactured from bacteria and purified and is a common ingredient used for cosmetic injectables.
How long does Versa last?
With optimal correction Versa can last around 12 months.
Is Revanesse better than Juvederm and other fillers?
The different brands of filler would have to be compared side by side in a research study to answer this objectively.
Subjectively when comparing Revanesse Versa to Juvederm Ultra Versa seems to have less swelling, appears more natural, and lasts longer so far.
In clinical trials Versa had 50% less swelling than competitors (unclear which brand).
How much does Versa filler cost?
As with any medical or cosmetic procedure you are not just paying for the product but also the quality, expertise and technique of the injector.
The best price does not equal the best result and it can cost much more in the long run to have a poor result corrected than getting a great result from the start. Especially with fillers.
To answer the question this range can be anywhere between $500-800/syringe on average. At EMA it will depend on what area is injected but Versa starts out at $600 for the most simple procedures.
Does Versa hurt?
Any injection can hurt but every measure is taken to reduce discomfort. Some areas will also hurt more than others. For instance lips tend to be the most painful whereas cheeks may be barely noticeable. Icing and/or numbing cream is often used to help with pain from injections.
Does Versa have lidocaine?
Yes Versa does come with lidocaine.
How new is Revanesse Versa?
This filler has been used worldwide since 2012 but was only recently approved for use in the U.S.
Can Vegans get Versa?
This medication is made from bacteria so in theory vegans can use this product. According to the pharmaceutical representatives for Versa this product has not been tested on animals. I have not seen documentation of this personally but if what I am told is true then this is a vegan friendly product.
Always do your own research and follow-up if there is a conflict with a product and your beliefs.
Are payment plans available for Versa treatments?
Financing is offered through Square, you can read more about it and apply HERE.
Discounts are also available when multiple procedures are booked together. Get in touch or book a free consult for more information .