Putting you at the cutting edge
Your patients want rapid, long-lasting aesthetic treatments with consistent, predictable results, and no downtime. At Galderma, we hear this. It’s in our DNA to deliver innovative products that support you in your practice and empower beauty in all its forms.
A pioneer in aesthetic medicine
Galderma paved the way for the use of hyaluronic acid fillers in aesthetics, and we have been innovating ever since. For instance, we were responsible for bringing the first non-animal dermal filler to the market in the form of Restylane1. We also helped introduce innovative new categories, such as the first Skinboosters and the first biostimulator. Our SmartClick syringe, meanwhile, makes it easier for you to deliver the right dose every time.
Galderma’s dynamic innovation pipeline means we are at the forefront of bringing the next generation of injectable technologies. Our goal is simple: to produce better solutions that make it even easier for you to run your clinic. Together, we will help your patients achieve their aesthetic goals.
Here are some of the ways we’re innovating to help your practice
A better syringe
Two complementary technologies
Galderma offers the world’s most diverse range of high-quality hyaluronic fillers.4,5 At the heart of the range are two sophisticated and complementary filling technologies.
Galderma’s NASHA gel contains HA that has been minimally modified so as not to be recognized by the body as foreign. NASHA gels rely largely on the natural entanglement of hyaluronic acid strands for cross-linking. A relatively small number of additional cross links are added to slow degradation in the body and prolong the effect. NASHA gels are intended for patients with thicker tissue coverage, where a firmer product is preferred.
Galderma’s Optimal Balance Technology, meanwhile, allows for the production of a wide range of gel textures and qualities by varying the number of cross-links between HA molecules. Fewer cross-links provide a softer gel, while more cross-links between HA molecules result in a firmer gel. Optimal Balance Technology is used to create four degrees of cross-linking and three particle sizes to provide five unique gel textures. These enable healthcare professionals to select exactly the right gel for each application.
Innovation backed by science
Over 85 million treatments carried out worldwide1,2,3
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- Öhrlund A. Poster presented at AMWC 2019.