Restylane in Phuket Province

The Ultimate Guide to Restylane in Phuket Province

Last fact-checked: 30 November 2020

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What Is Restylane and How Does it Work?

Restylane is a type of dermal filler used on the face to combat signs of aging, such as lines and wrinkles. Its primary ingredient is Hyaluronic Acid (HA), which is found naturally in our bodies. As we age the body produces less HA, so by the time we hit our forties our skin is becoming drier with lines and wrinkles beginning to form. 

HA adds moisture and lubrication to the joints, eyes and between skin cells. It can hold over 1,000 times its weight in water and it helps keep your skin plumped up and dewy-looking. Restylane restores the skin's hyaluronic acid content, adding volume to fill out those wrinkles and effecting a youthful glow.

Why Have Restylane in Phuket?

If you’re staying in Phuket you may already have taken advantage of some spa, health or wellness treatments. Phuket is a popular destination for these types of treatments and enjoys a great reputation for the high standards it sets; thus, it's not a huge surprise these types of beauty therapies are also becoming sought after on the island. 

Of course, your cost savings along will likely not merit a trip to Thailand just for Restylane, but if you're planning a holiday to Phuket or undergoing more extensive cosmetic surgery here, this is a great way to combat the signs of aging without disrupting your break too much. The treatment is relatively inexpensive (in comparison to surgery), takes only minutes to perform for each area, and there is very little downtime to interfere with the enjoyment of your holiday.

Why Book with Medical Departures?

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Get started now by looking through these facilities listed on our site that offer Restylane in Phuket.

What Does the Procedure Entail?

Restylane is injected under the skin with a syringe. It takes only moments to address each area. You may be given some local anaesthesia as you may feel discomfort during the injection. Once the procedure is completed, you may experience localized swelling and redness, but these should subside after a day or two.

You can go about your daily routine straight after the treatment, applying make-up if you want to disguise the redness.

Results should be evidenced in around a week. The treatment is said to reduce wrinkles by up to 80%, but, as this is a non-permanent filler, results will only last around six months (top-ups can help). 

What Is the Cost of Restylane in Thailand Compared to Australia and New Zealand?

Restylane is usually priced by syringe, although some clinics charge by the area(s) being treated. On average, one syringe of Restylane in Thailand costs around AUD $600 (US $500, CAD $600, GBP £300, Euros 450) compared to AUD $750 in Australia (US $600, CAD $700, GBP £400, Euros 500).

Please note: These are estimated prices at the time of writing. To see updated prices, as well as photos, surgeon profiles, patient reviews and location maps, check out these top-rated clinics in Phuket for Restylane: 

How Do I Get Started?

Check out our top-rated clinics and compare prices. If you're ready to book, see below for ways to schedule your appointment or get in touch with our Customer Care Team if you’ve any questions about Restylane in Thailand.

Sources:

Phuket. Hotels.com. Website accessed: 15 September 2020. http://www.phuket.com/

Facial fillers for wrinkles. Mayo Clinic. 1 January 2020. https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/facial-fillers/about/pac-20394072

Restylane. Website accessed: 30 November 2020. https://www.restylane.com/en/after-your-treatment