How is it made?
Agarose is a polysaccharide polymer, a type of sugar, which is extracted from a type of red algae or seaweed. Agarose derives from agar, and is one of two of its principle components. Agarose is purified by removing the other principal component of agar, agaropectin. This is done in a highly specialize factory facility using patented techniques.
Is a skin test required before treatment?
With Algeness being completely biodegradable, no skin test is required prior to beginning treatment.
Is Algeness temporary or permanent?
Algeness is temporary, and will eventually be metabolised by the body. It has a duration of 12 months or longer.
Should be used by
Algeness should be administered by trained medical professionals only.
2 disposable “full-use” 1.4 ml double Luer Lock syringe systems and 2 needles per syringe.
Agarose Deep Volumizing Filler contains 3.5% Agarose (High density), 0.4% non crossed-linked HA, 96.1% sterile saline and can be used for the following indications:
- Deep volumetric filling
- Cheeks, jawline and chin
- Nasolabial folds
- Malar-zygomatic arch
Use linear and retrograde techniques for application with an injection depth up to the deep soft tissue layers of skin.
Follow up treatments should be carried out after 7-10 days. Results will last for between 10 – 15 months or more, depending on the individual’s lifestyle