Monophasic – Polydensified – Structure

REVOLAX, The Nation’s Favourite Dermal Filler, has a monophasic structure of regular and dense lattice. The structure of REVOLAX ingredients makes for consistent, smooth injection throughout the treatment and helps to naturally harmonise volume, look, and feel.

REVOLAX’s dense and regular patterns, unlike most other HA Monophasic fillers, make the structure more solid and durable whilst maintaining viscosity and elasticity.

The product has been designed to appear natural looking over the full course of time up until the point that it is fully absorbed into the skin.

REVOLAX filler ingredients produce long-lasting effects

REVOLAX dermal fillers are highly structured, monophasic and densely linked HA polymers that are enabled to last up to 18 months – product dependent.

REVOLAX Fine with Lidocaine REVOLAX Deep with Lidocaine REVOLAX Sub-Q with Lidocaine
Composition HA 24mg/ml Lidocaine 0.3% HA 24mg/ml Lidocaine 0.3% HA 24mg/ml Lidocaine 0.3%
Recommended Indications

Superficial lines;
Worry Lines
Crow’s Feet
Neck Wrinkles

Deep Nasolabial Folds
Face Contouring and Augmentation.

Severely Deep Lines
Cheeks / Chin Contouring and Augmentation.

Injection Depth Superficial Dermis Mid/Deep Dermis, Subcutaneous Deep Subcutaneous
Volume 1.1ml 1.1ml 1.1ml
Complex Viscosity 80 160 280
Needle Size 30G 27G 25G
Duration 8 – 12 Months 12 – 18 Months 12 – 18 Months
Storage 2 – 25°C 2 – 25°C 2 – 25°C
Shelf Life 24 Months 24 Months 24 Months

Hyaluronic Acid: derived from streptococcus zooepidemicus
Crosslinked HA : 100%
Crosslinking Agent: BDDE
BDDE Residue in the final product: Not Detected

Patient requirements

REVOLAX with Lidocaine must not be used in:

  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • People under the age of 18.
  • Patients who are known to demonstrate hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid.
  • Patients who are known to demonstrate hypersensitivity to lidocaine.
  • Patients who tend to develop hypertrophic scarring.
  • Immediately before or post laser therapy, chemical peeling or dermabrasion.
  • Areas presenting cutaneous inflammation or signs of infection.