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Naturally restores
what time has taken away

See How Ellanse Works

Naturally restores
what time has taken away

See How Ellanse Works

Introducing Ellansé®, Natural Looking
and Regenerative Beauty

The first of a new class of dermal fillers, Ellansé® naturally regenerates volume and restores the shape that time has taken away






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ELLANSÉ® works differently and naturally. Thanks to its unique properites, it not only corrects wrinkles and folds but also stimulates your own collagen production to really treat the underlying causes of facial ageing, the effects are gradual and longer-lasting giving you a natural youthful appearance

Key Benefits of Ellansé®

  • Ellansé® demonstrates a long duration of results10-13

  • Ellansé® creates natural volume by regenerating the body’s own collagen

  • Ellansé® has high clinical safety experience21

Real Patients. Real Results

Sabine

SIGNS OF AGEING
Sagging face
Deep facial lines & wrinkles
Undefined & uncontoured jawline

AFTER 3 MONTHS OF ELLANSÉ®
Softened nasolabial folds
Jawline definition recreated
Volume replenished on cheeks and temple

Treatment carried out by Dr Sophie Converset, Plastic surgeon (Lyon, France)
Un touched image of an actual patient. Individual results may vary

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Ginette

SIGNS OF AGEING
Facial lines & wrinkles
Temporal hollowing

AFTER 3 MONTHS OF ELLANSÉ®
Skin texture improvement
Skin rejuvenation
Replenished volume on cheeks and temples

Treatment carried out by Dr Sophie Converset, Plastic surgeon (Lyon, France)
Un touched image of an actual patient. Individual results may vary

Collagen is the Key

Collagen is one of the important support structures found naturally in our skin, helping to maintain the appropriate tightness, elasticity and suppleness. Over the course of time, our skin gradually loses its natural collagen, leading to facial laxity and the formation of wrinkles and folds.

As the ageing skin loses its structural proteins (collagen and elastin), it becomes more lax and begins to sag, which contributes to a tired and aged look.

  • Decrease in the level of collagen
  • Changes in histological characteristics (collagen fibers distribution)
  • Changes in ultrastructure (collagen network disorganisation)
  • Fragmentation of fibrils, fibroblast can no longer bind