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Revolax is a Hyaluronic Acid based dermal filler from South Korea that utilizes the latest dermal
filler technology throughout its product line. Developed and 2013 and released in 2017, this
product has maintained the reputation for being a premium product that is sold at an affordable
Revolax is manufactured in South Korea under the company Across Co., LTD.
The different variants in the Revolax product line have different viscosities, allowing for different
● Revolax Deep with Lidocaine ($59) is the most popular product and is used mainly for lip
augmentation due to its high viscosity. It is also suitable for deep wrinkles and facial
● Revolax Fine with Lidocaine ($59) is the least viscous and is used for superficial fine
lines like crows’ feet and perioral lines.
● Revolax Sub-Q with Lidocaine ($59) is the most viscous in the product line and is used
for significant facial augmentations and subcutaneous implants.
All the variants contain Lidocaine to reduce the discomfort when injecting the drug.
The various Revolax products are administered by injecting it into the subcutaneous layer of the
problematic areas of the face. This should be administered aseptically by a trained and licensed
medical professional in order to avoid unintended negative side effects such as infections.
The effects of Revolax products generally last between 12 to 18 months due to the strong
cross-linking bonds that protect the filler from degradation. However, results may vary
depending on factors such as the client’s age, health status, skin condition, and lifestyle.
All the Revolax products are biodegradable, non-animal based, and is highly cross-linked. The
hyaluronic acid is very concentrated and fiterd to the highest purity without any BDDE rresidue.
Due to the thorough processing and the high quality of the materials, Revolax is considered to
be very safe and has only minimal side effects. These side effects may include swelling or
bruising, but these should disappear within 3 days. If the filler is wrongly injected or if
complications arise during treatment, it can be disolved using hyaluronidase to avoid serious
injury to the body.
Major contraindications to look out for when using Revolax are:
● if there is an active infection near the site of injection
● allergy/hypersensitivity to Hyaluronic acid or Lidocaine