What is Hyaluronic Acid?

A large percentage of our skin (approximately 56%) is made up from Hyaluronic Acid (HA), a highly absorbent substance that hydrates and creates volume.

As we age, our levels of HA decrease, causing fine lines, wrinkles and dehydrated skin. Luckily, help is at hand with Restylane – a HA gel that is injected directly into the skin to boost its appearance.

There are a range of products available to suit every treatment need and subtly minimise creases and revive the complexion, learn more here [Insert link to SECTION 3].


NASHA™ - The science behind Restylane

NASHA (Non-Animal Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid) is the patented technology which is used in all of Restylane range of products. The hyaluronic acid is stabilized to create a long-acting substance. The stabilization involves the binding together of the HA molecules in a network.

Without this modification the hyaluronic acid would only stay in the tissue for days. Conversely, too much modification can affect the HA’s most important properties negatively.

NASHA is based on a non-animal (biosynthetic) raw material which gives it a high degree of purity. The gel is only stabilized by less than one per cent which ensures a long lasting effect as well as minimal tissue disturbance which reduces the risk of allergic reactions.

NASHA’s properties also allow it to be integrated naturally into the body so that nutrients, hormones and other vital substances can pass through the gel.

Use of NASHA technology is clinically proven, with over 10 million treatments worldwide and an excellent safety profile of 1 in 20,000 patients experiencing an adverse event.


Restylane® for refreshing looks naturally.