Struggling With Loose Skin? Hyperdilute Radiesse Is A Treatment You’ll Want To Explore?

Struggling With Loose Skin Hyperdilute Radiesse Is A Treatment You’ll Want To Explore

Do you have wrinkles, fine lines, loose skin, skin that is getting thinner, or necklines? Then you can use Hyperdilute Radiesse to make your skin look younger. Today, A Nu U Aesthetics can help you with these worries. Check out this blog post and see how this treatment also works! 

What is Radiesse?

Radiesse has been used as a volumizing filler since the FDA approved it as a facial filler at the end of 2006. Radiesse comprises tiny balls of calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) that float in an aqueous polysaccharide gel. 

After it is injected, the gel is slowly taken in by the body. The body then breaks down the CaHA microspheres, making them more collagen. In the past few years, there has been a rise in the use of Radiesse, which has been diluted a lot. 

This form is a biostimulatory agent instead of a filler that adds volume and improves the skin’s quality, texture, tone, and firmness. It can be used on the face, neck, and chest, among other places. 

So, What is Hyperdilute Radiesse?

Radiesse that has been thinned out with sterile saline solution and Lidocaine is called Hhyperdilute Radiesse. This makes it a biostimulator that can quickly spread and change the skin over a larger area.

When this diluted mixture is injected into places where the body is losing collagen, it causes the body to make new collagen and elastin. The result is a treatment that makes the skin look and feels smoother, firmer, and younger.

This treatment makes the skin tighter and thicker, making fine lines, wrinkles, and crepiness less noticeable. The sun damage on the décolletage will also be less noticeable if you treat it. Overall, the skin’s color, texture, and elasticity are much better. 

Hyperdilute Radiesse at A Nu U Aesthetics 

Hyperdilute Radiesse is mostly just Radiesse that has been watered down with Lidocaine and saline solution. The diluted mixture is then injected into pockets of skin that have become loose or are sagging. This will make the area sagging get fuller, making the skin smooth and soft.

With Hyperdilute Radiesse, we can gradually tighten and thicken the skin in certain areas to make it look younger and smoother. So, you can treat a broader range of aesthetic problems, like crepiness, loose skin, and even cellulite, without adding unnatural volume!

More About The Treatment

Hyperdilute Radiesse has now been shown to make Type I collagen more of itself. Type II and Type III collagen are better than the original kind. They last less time or have as much strength. 

This is why Hyperdilute Radiesse is a great new way to treat problems. With these treatments, you can change any area that is sagging or has skin that looks like crepe paper. 

The places where Hyperdilute Radiesse works will have smoother, fuller, and firmer skin. From there, you can keep your skin looking full and young by doing maintenance every year.

The Benefits of Hyperdilute Radiesse

Fillers are usually applied with the help of cannulas. Still, with Hyperdilute Radiesse, you can safely, effectively, and automatically add volume to thinner areas.

Who’s Ideal For This Treatment?

The treatment can gradually tighten and thicken targeted areas of skin with Radiesse that has been diluted too much. This makes the skin smoother, firmer, and look younger in treatment areas on the face and body. 

It’s an exciting new treatment that can fix many aesthetic problems, such as crepey skin, loose skin, and even cellulite. It does this by using collagen that the body makes on its own.

How Many Sessions Will You Need?

You need between one and three initial treatment sessions to get the look you want. One month goes by between each one. After that, all you have to do is keep up with one hyperdilute Radiesse treatment every 12 to 18 months for maintenance.

What Results To Expect?

When Radiesse is diluted and injected into places where collagen and volume have been lost, it causes the body to make new collagen. But what makes them different is the kind of collagen they make. Type I, Type II, and Type III are the three types of collagen. 

Type I collagen is the first type of collagen that our bodies make. It makes the structural latticework that supports our skin.

That’s where the problem with getting older comes in because our bodies stop making this original form of collagen by one percentage point every year after we turn 20. 

That means that by age 45, our skin has 25% less collagen to hold it up. That’s why wrinkles, lines, and sagging skin show up around that time.


As with any filler injection, the treatment can cause bruising, swelling, and mild pain. Most people who got this treatment did well and were happy with how things turned out. There may be bruising and swelling, usually lasting up to a week.

Still, you need one to three treatments to get your desired results. Most people only need two treatments, but some may need more if they have had a lot of sun damage or their skin is very loose.

On the other side, patients will need one hyperdilute Radiesse treatment for at least 12 to 18 months to keep their skin in good shape. Adding other therapies to the mix, Hyperdilute Radiesse can be used independently. 

Yet, when you talk about hard-to-treat areas (like the neck or chest), it’s best to test and use Ultherapy or radiofrequency microneedling along with other tightening and resurfacing procedures to help improve dermal collagen.

Check-In Yourself Today!

If you want to know if you are a good candidate for this treatment, you can schedule an injectable consultation with A Nu U Aesthetics. To make an appointment with us, call 617-934-8700 or book online.

We also have other services for you to explore, like Chemical Peels, Morpheus8, and PDO Threads

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