Renuva is an injectable treatment for facial and body rejuvenation. Unlike fillers, Renuva doesn’t add volume directly. Instead, it uses processed human adipose tissue (fat) to stimulate the body’s own collagen production and create a scaffold for new fat cells to grow.

Offers potentially long-lasting (up to 10+ years) results.
May provide a more natural-looking fullness compared to fillers.
Can be used for various areas, including correcting volume loss in the face, enhancing buttocks or hips, and treating liposuction irregularities.

More expensive than many fillers.
Involves using donated human tissue, which carries a small risk of allergic reaction or disease transmission (strict processing methods minimize this risk).
Results develop gradually over several months.
May require multiple treatment sessions.

Depending on the desired outcome, alternatives include dermal fillers, fat grafting (using your own fat), or surgical implants.

Recovery time:
Downtime after Renuva is minimal, but some swelling and bruising can occur. It’s important to avoid strenuous activity for a short period after treatment.

Similar to Radiesse, this information is for general understanding and shouldn’t replace consulting a healthcare professional. They can assess your suitability for Renuva and discuss potential risks and benefits in detail.