Liporase is a Product of Hyaluronidase and is endorsed by the KFDA.
Hyaluronidase is an enzyme (which is synthesized in specialized pharmacies) that catalyzes hyaluronic acid’s hydrolysis (decomposition). It is frequently referred to as a reversal agent for hyaluronic acid fillers. When injected, the enzyme degrades the synthetic hyaluronic acid filler, preserving the integrity of your skin. Korea is a manufacturer of Liporase Hyaluronidase. It is used to dissolve hyaluronic acid-containing dermal fillers that have been applied incorrectly, excessively, or unevenly.
Liporase can be used to dissolve dermal fillers or to boost the effectiveness of injections of Lipodissolve. Liporase, also known as Hyaluronidase, is an adjuvant used in subcutaneous fluid administration to promote hydration, enhance the dispersion and absorption of other injectable medications, and subcutaneous urography promotes radiopaque agent resorption.
Liporase’s advantages and disadvantages
- It facilitates injection penetration when subcutaneous injection, intramuscular injection, or local anesthetics are used to augment the capacity of human organs to absorb additional bodily fluid or blood.
- Superior reliability and quality.
- It enables partial filler removal following contour correction procedures.
- Eliminates certain types of scars effectively without requiring surgical intervention.
Liporase: How effective is it?
This product can be used to counteract the effects of Hyaluronic Acid fillers and boost the effectiveness of fat-melting serums. Both of these applications of Liporase result in virtually instantaneous effects due to the enzyme’s ability to begin working immediately upon injection into the target location, whether it is a fat deposit or a skin layer. However, when the concentration of HA gel or the cross-linking ratio is greater than normal, the effects of certain HA filler injections may be visible 24–48 hours after administration.
How should Liporase be used and applied?
- One saline water vial (3cc to breakdown HA or 5cc to use it with a fat-melting injection)
- To alleviate discomfort during treatment, local anesthetics may be used. Inject the fluid into or close to the desired area.
- Gently massage the affected area for a few minutes.
- Arrange a follow-up visit 2-3 weeks after the injection for a review.
What are Liporase’s indications?
- Overcorrection of contour plastics with fillers
- Granulomas (nodular formations)
- Cellulites in their fibro-sclerotic form.
Direct injections are made into the corrective region. Following the injection, the components of the hyaluronic acid molecule begin to degrade. Shorter oligomers are injected naturally. The procedure’s outcome will become apparent after two days.
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