New Sources of Hyaluronic Acid Provide Hope for Increased Availability – Hyaluronic Acid Injection Restylane ® Announces New Rewards Program
E-Hyaluronicacid.com announced recently that research continues into the purification of Hyaluronic acid from the vitreous humor of fish. This method is highly efficient and easier than derivation from rooster combs and other sources. In other news, Medicis, the maker of the Restylane ® Hyaluronic acid injection, announced a new rewards program, providing benefits to frequent customers.
Scientists have pinpointed a way to derive highly pure Hyaluronic acid from the vitreous humor of fish. This method has the potential to be extremely important for the commercial Hyaluronic acid market as it provides an easy, safe and economical way to synthesize high amounts of Hyaluronic acid. If patent approved, the process could make Hyaluronic acid products even more readily available and could help scientists in the search for uses of Hyaluronic acid other than Hyaluronic acid injections, supplements, beauty products, liquids and serums.
In related news, Medecis, the maker of the Hyaluronic acid injection, Restylane, announced a new consumer incentive program. Consumers will receive an initial reward upon proof of their first visit, and subsequent rewards for Restylane treatments within six-month intervals. For each qualifying treatment, participants will receive rewards ranging from $25 select retailer gift cards to $100 spa gift certificates. The Restylane Hyaluronic acid injection rewards program is the first ever offered for a cosmetic procedure.
Restylane is the first non-animal stabilized Hyaluronic acid ("HA") filler for the treatment of facial wrinkles and folds. The incentive program was developed to reward loyal Hyaluronic acid injection, Restylane consumers for adhering to a semi-annual treatment schedule, designed to ensure optimal results and maximize patient satisfaction.