How Does Vollure XC Work?
Vollure XC makes use of a special technology called Vycross to hold the hyaluronic acid together, transforming it into a cohesive gel. This then keeps the gel-like filler intact even after it has been injected into the skin and restores lost volume. The effectiveness of this treatment is in the way the filler is made, which allows for smooth injections and molding by a trained injector like Dr. Naegele. The formulation of this filler makes it very versatile while maintaining natural-looking results for patients.
Like other XC products in the Juvederm family, Vollure XC has lidocaine in the gel, which helps to reduce any discomfort during the treatment.
There is no recovery time needed for Vollure XC, and so there is technically no need to take time off work.
How Long Do The Results From The Vollure XC Treatment Last?
Compared to other injectables, Vollure XC has an FDA approved duration of 18 months, which makes it one of the longer-lasting HA fillers on the market. In a clinical trial conducted to test the efficacy of Vollure XC, participants revealed that there were visible signs of improvement in smooth smiles throughout this period.
Are There Any Risks or Side Effects With Vollure XC?
As with other injectable products we use at Oxford Medical Aesthetics & Laser, Vollure is very well tolerated. However, we are introducing the filler with a very fine needle, and anytime that we do that, there is the possibility of some common side effects. These include redness, swelling, bleeding, and bruising. Thankfully, in our experience, these side effects are transient and remedy themselves very quickly once the procedure is completed.