The first of a new class of dermal fillers, Ellansé naturally regenerates volume and restores the shape that time has taken away.

What happens to collagen as we age?

Ageing skin can lose its structural proteins (collagen and elastin), which causes it to begin to sag and loose it’s elasticity, therefore contributing to a tired and aged look.

How do Ellansé dermal fillers work?

Ellansé is different to other dermal fillers because of its unique properties, it not only corrects wrinkles and folds but also stimulates your own collagen production to really treat the underlying causes of facial ageing. The effects are gradual and longer-lasting giving you a natural youthful appearance

How Long Does Ellansé Last?

You will get natural looking and immediate results, that last from 1 to 4 years depending on which Ellansé option Nurse Julie recommends to you. It is important to know that Ellansé is a bit more expensive, but in the long term, you will enjoy cost savings due to its longevity.

How many ranges does Ellansé, dermal fillers have?

The Ellansé range has 4 different versions which allows Nurse Julie and her patients to customise their treatment in terms of how long the results will last.

– Ellansé®-S (1 year)
– Ellansé®-M (2 years)
– Ellansé®-L (3 years)
– Ellansé®-E (4 years)

Where on the face can Ellansé treat?

– lateral brow lift (brow lift)
– cheek augmentation (fuller cheeks)
– submalar augmentation (midface enhancement)
– nasolabial folds (nose to mouth lines)
– pre-jowl sulcus (hollowing of an area on either side of the chin)
– mental crease or (horizontal crease that rests between the lower lip and your chin)
– lines, wrinkles and folds
– drooping corners of the mouth
– sunken cheeks
– sunken temples
– recessed or hollowed temples
– tear trough (under-eye hollows)
– jowl laxity
– chin augmentation
– peri-oral lines
– marionette lines
– thinning skin
– ageing hands
– acne scarring
– nose reshaping

Which areas of the body can Ellansé™ be used ?

Ellansé™ can be used in the backs of hands to restore volume loss and give a more youthful appearance and the décolletage (upper chest) to restore skin thickness and reduce lines and wrinkles often associated with ageing and excessive sun exposure.

Has Ellanse’ got a CE mark indication?

ELLANSÉ® is an injectable implant, indicated for sub-dermal implantation, for the lasting correction of wrinkles and other connective tissue imperfections or conditions.

– Medical Device Class III8
– CE mark obtained in 2009
– Distributed worldwide

Are there any serious risks?

Ellansé is very safe, and most side effects are injection related – mild swelling, bruising and soreness. These are temporary and will resolve with no issues.

Is the treatment painful?

Ellanse is mixed with local anaesthetic (lidocaine 2%) before injecting into the required area to be treated. When combined with topical anaesthetic cream on the skin the procedure is relatively pain free and usually extremely well tolerated by patients

How many sessions will I need?

With Ellansé, you will only need one session to obtain immediate results and long-lasting correction. This makes Ellansé a cost-effective treatment, bringing you excellent value for money.

Is there any downtime following Ellansé treatment?

As with any injection treatment, there may be side effects such as localised redness, swelling and bruising. There may be slight swelling and mild discomfort in the treated areas for up to 24 hours following Ellanse treatment. Swelling that lasts longer than 1 to 2 days is uncommon (1 episode per 1000 patients) but always fully resolves with a week in most cases. Bruising is possible but is not common. It usually resolves within a week and easily covered by makeup in most cases.

When can I return to work?

Most patients return to work or normal activities within a day after treatment.

Why should I choose Ellansé dermal fillers?

– has high clinical safety experience
– creates natural volume by regenerating the body’s own collagen
– demonstrates a long duration of results

Treatment Summary


£300.00 per ml


Topical and/or local


1 day (depending on areas treated)


40 mins


18 months to 3 years


Results may vary from person to person

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