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Decoria products are injectable implants, in the form of a transparent gel, used for correction and shaping of facial wrinkles and folds, facial contouring and for lip enhancement. Just one injection of Decoria produces an immediate result and a long-lasting effect.
The product may also be used to give increased fullness to the lips, and to mark the edges of the lips, or to create a distinct Cupid’s bow.
The product should be injected intradermally through a needle into the superficial to mid dermis.
What’s in the box?
Hyaluronic Acid (cross linked)
1 x 1.0ml syringes
What are the benefits of Decoria Essence?
It can be used for:
Increasing lip volume
Correcting facial wrinkles
How long will results last for?
Results are safe and instant from the first treatment. The overall effects will last up to 12 months depending on the individual’s skin type factors, such as age, lifestyle and technique used.
The concept originates rigorously with Aristotle (although it can also be found in Plato), who used the Greek expression to ti ên einai (τὸ τί ἦν εἶναι, literally meaning “the what it was to be” and corresponding to the scholastic term quiddity) or sometimes the shorter phrase to ti esti (τὸ τί ἐστι, literally meaning “the what it is” and corresponding to the scholastic term haecceity) for the same idea.
This phrase presented such difficulties for its Latin translators that they coined the word essentia (English “essence”) to represent the whole expression. For Aristotle and his scholastic followers, the notion of essence is closely linked to that of definition (ὁρισμός horismos).
In the history of Western philosophy, essence has often served as a vehicle for doctrines that tend to individuate different forms of existence as well as different identity conditions for objects and properties; in this logical meaning, the concept has given a strong theoretical and common-sense basis to the whole family of logical theories based on the “possible worlds” analogy set up by Leibniz and developed in the intensional logic from Carnap to Kripke, which was later challenged by “extensionalist” philosophers such as Quine.