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LD (1% Agarose)-SUBdermal

Indicated for tear trough and lips

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Composition

1 % Agarose (Low density)

96,1 % sterile saline

Indication

Tear trough

Lips augmentation

and contouring

Technique

Linear, Retrograde

Injection depth

Immediately subcutaneous

Follow up

After 7-10 days if additional corrections are required

Duration

3 – 4 months or more

Volume

0.5 ml

Needle size

30 G

Each box contains

2 disposable “full-use” 0.5 ml double Luer Lock syringe systems, 2 needles per syringe.

Shelf life

2 years

 

HD (1,5% Agarose)-Intradermal

Indicated for the superficial treatment of wrinkles, lines and lip contouring.

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Composition

1.5 % Agarose (Low density)

98 .5% sterile saline

Indication

Marionette lines, wrinkles, and furrows

Lip augmentation and contouring

Oral commissure

Oro-mandibular folds

Technique

Linear, Retrograde

Injection depth

Immediately Subcutaneous

Follow up

After 7-10 days if additional corrections are required

Duration

4 – 8 months or more

Volume

1.4 ml

Needle size

30 G

Each box contains

2 disposable “full-use” 1.4 ml double Luer Lock syringe systems, 2 needles per syringe,

Shelf life

2 years

VL (2.5% Agarose + 0,5% Non-crossed-linked HA)

Subdermal

Medium-deep volumizing

Wrinkles, furrows and folds Cheeks, jawline and chin Nasolabial  folds

Malar and Submalar

Non-surgical rhinoplasty

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Composition

2.5% Agarose (High density)

0.5% non crossed-linked HA

97% sterile saline

Indication

Medium-deep volumizing

Wrinkles, furrows and folds Cheeks,

jawline and chin Nasolabial  folds

Malar and Submalar

Non-surgical rhinoplasty

Technique

Linear, Retrograde

Injection depth

Subcutaneous

Follow up

After 7-10 days if additional corrections are required

Duration

8 – 12 months or more

Volume

1.4 ml

Needle size

27G

Each box contains

2 disposable “full-use” 1.4 ml double Luer Lock syringe systems, 2 needles per syringe,

Shelf life

2 years

DF (3.5% Agarose + 0.4% Non-crossed-linked HA)  Deep Volumizer

Deep volumetric filling

Cheeks , jawline and chin

Nasolabial folds

Malar-zygomatic arch

Submalar

Non surgical

nose rhinoplasty

Photo of the product Algeness DF (3.5% Agarose + 0.4% Non-crossed-linked HA)  Deep Volumizer

Composition

3.5% Agarose (High density)

0.4% non crossed-linked HA

96.1% sterile saline

Indication

Deep volumetric filling, Cheeks, jawline and chin, Nasolabial folds, Malar-zygomatic arch

Submalar

Technique

Linear, Retrograde.

Injection depth

Deep soft tissue

supra-periosteal

Follow up

After 7-10 days if additional corrections are required

Duration

10 – 15 months or more

Volume

1.4 ml

Needle size

27G

Each box contains

2 disposable “full-use” 1.4 ml double Luer Lock syringe systems, 2 needles per syringe,

Shelf life

2 years

FOCUS

What is Agarose ?

molecular structure of agarose

  Chemically, agarose is a polysaccharide polymer, generally extracted from red algae or seaweed. Agarose is a linear polymer made up of repeating units of agarobiose, a disaccharide made up of D-galactose and 3,6-anhydro-L-galactopyranose. Agarose is one of the two principal components of agar, and is purified from agar by removing agar's other component, agaropectin.

 

Shema agarose molecule

 

  Agar is a complex mixture of polysaccharides extracted from the species of red algae known as agarophytes (Gelidium, Gracilaria, Pterocladia, Acanthopeltis and Ahnfeltia species). Bacteriological Agar is derived from red algae of the genus Gelidium and Pterocladia because Gracilaria and Gelidiella produce agars with gelling temperatures above 41°C.

 

  Agar can be divided into two principal components;

1. Agarose a virtually neutral polymer, (1-4) linked 3,6-anhydro-L-galactose alternating with (1-3) linked ß-D- galactose

2. Agaropectin, a charged polymer, having the same repeating unit as Agarose but with some of the 3,6-anhydro-L-galactose residues replaced with Lgalactose sulphate residues, together with partial replacement of the Dgalactoseresidues with pyruvic acid acetal 4,6-0-(1-carboxyethylidene)-Dgalactose.

 

  Agarose is the component responsible for the high-strength gelling properties of agar and the agaropectin provides the viscous properties.

 

  There are several methods of producing highly purified agarose, many rely on the purification of Agar-Agar by removing the agaropectin from the agar. All such agars must be free from toxicity to micro-organisms and free from impurities such as non-agar gums, nitrogenous compounds, insoluble salts, free sugar compounds, dead micro-organisms and live thermophilic organisms. There are a limited number of highly specialized facilities that produce highly purified, high quality agarose under rigid physical-chemical, and bacteriological controls.

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