Restylane in Bali

The Ultimate Guide to Restylane in Bali

Last fact-checked: 1 December 2020

With Restylane® in Bali, you can tackle those facial lines while on holiday. You’ll pay less than you would at home and return home looking so refreshed that people will put it down to you having a great vacation.

Restylane not only helps to reduce deep wrinkles and folds but also replaces lost volume in sunken cheeks; it can even help you get better-defined lips. Find out how to find a reputable clinic in Bali with Medical Departures. 

Why Consider Restylane in Bali?

Bali is a superb destination for holiday and welcomes millions of visitors from around the world every year thanks to its robust tourism infrastructure, amenities and stunning natural attractions, beautiful coastlines and beaches.

From hidden waterfalls to secret canyons and volcanic landscapes to secluded beaches, you won't be short of things to do here. Discover an underwater temple; ride a submarine; make your own perfume; have a mud fight; stay in a unique hotel and dine out in exquisite restaurants–there are endless possibilities to make this island your very own paradise.

Many people are now being drawn to its health and wellness services, as well as spa facilities and other beauty and relaxation amenities. It also offers low-cost non-invasive cosmetic treatments as well as an array of medical procedures.

Why Should I Book Through Medical Departures?

While low costs may initially spark your interest in heading abroad for treatment, patient safety is the most important factor in choosing a medical tourism destination. Medical Departures makes this decision-making process straightforward. We can assure your safety because we check the qualifications, experience and certifications of the doctors practicing at the clinics listed on our website.

We also offer our Best Price Guarantee, so you don’t pay more. We also visit the clinics and verify that they have excellent quality amenities.

You can get started now by checking out these leading clinics in Bali that offer Restylane treatments: check out photos, staff profiles, location maps and past patient reviews before booking through our site:

How Long Does Restylane Treatment Take and What About the Recovery Time?

Restylane is a safe, biocompatible, FDA-approved type of hyaluronic acid filler. It is available under different brand names including:

  • Restylane
  • Restylane-L®
  • Restylane Lyft® with Lidocaine®
  • Restylane Silk®
  • Refyne®
  • Restylane Defyne®

Each is used for different purposes so it is important that you chose a doctor that knows which product to use and how deep to inject it for best results. For instance:

  • Restylane and Restylane Lyft are used for filling wrinkles.
  • Restylane Silk is used for lip definition.
  • Restylane Lyft can also be used for adding volume to the cheeks.

If required, the doctor will apply a topical anesthetic to the skin before use to obviate any pain you may have. The treatment should not take more than 30 minutes.

While you may experience some swelling and perhaps redness, this will decrease as the product settles. You should move your facial muscles or touch your face as little as possible. You will be mobile and not require any downtime. You may require a top-up after six to nine months.

How Much Can I Save on the Price of Restylane in Bali Compared to Australia or New Zealand?

In Bali, Restylane will likely cost considerably less than in Australia by around 50%.

What's Next?

Choose a clinic from our list of quality checked clinics in Bali offering this treatment and confirm your booking.

Look below for convenient ways to contact us. Our Customer Care Team can address all your concerns and help you with the booking process for Restylane in Bali. Or if you are ready to book your appointment, you can do so right here any time of the day or night, at no charge to you.


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