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RHA 4 + Redensity Dermal Filler Part 1


Here we are more of the Resilient Hyaluronic Acid (RHA) filler, but here we are filling the nasolabial folds (NFLs). That is the line that runs from the nostril to the corner of the mouth and unfortunately gets deeper with age. The fat pads on our face get less plump the more mature we get, and the only fat pad that kind of does not lose its volume is the one that is between NLF and the cheek, so the fold there gets deeper as the fat pad on the other side of the fold move lower (gravity) and in turn the fold gets even more prominent. Here we are doing RHA 4 to first give the fold a lift and in the second video we will “retouch” with Redensity.

It is not just one filler that does it all, they all have their place and area depending on how the patient’s face is structured and where the volume loss is. They all have different textures and thicknesses, the ones that are a little thicker will go deeper and can build more structure, and the fillers that are thinner can go more superficial to correct the very thin lines and wrinkles. We usually have to inject a combination of both thick and thin for the best results. We are layering them, just like a cake. Do you layer the fillers you work with as well?

RHA 4 gives a natural volume for deeper dynamic wrinkles and folds. RHA 3 and 2 result in elegant and refined smoothing for those seeking a soft, natural look. Redensity is a weightless filler that smooths delicate lipstick lines, this is the retouch filler.

Icon of the first hyaluronic acid dermal filler. Icon of the first dermal filler injection. Icon of the first hyaluronic acid dermal filler technology. Icon of the beginning of the hyaluronic acid dermal filler era. Icon of the RHA Collection launching in Europe. Icon of the RHA Collection dermal fillers becoming available in the U.S.


We just finished a series of 3 Morpheus treatments on a patient that was treating her upper arms (only the medial and some on the posterior upper arm) and minimal on the lateral chest for stretch marks. 

This beautiful patient had very low self-esteem and it was definitely more of a therapy session at her first treatment visit. She was incredibly nervous and as she did not like her body to start, she did not know what to expect from the treatment. At her first treatment visit my nurse went in and took pictures and applied numbing. She gave me the load down, but as she had to take care of another patient in between this patient numbing until we would start her treatment I popped into her room for a chat. 

As these situations can happen, it is extremely important to have a positive attitude when you work and when you are around any patients and/or clients. If you have shit going on in your personal life, make sure you leave that at the door walking into your workplace. The energy is contagious and everyone will feel it, whether you like it or not. Believe me, sometimes life gets the best of me and I have a hard time keeping my emotions at ease too – some of my staff have experienced that. What to do in those situations – you apologize and explain why it happened but do not come up with excuses as there should be none. You need to take responsibility for your own actions and put your big girl panties/pant on! I have a few other videos about that as well if you would like to check those out. 

Ok, so back to this pateint. I walked in with a smile and I saw that she was tense and nervous. I sat down next to her, so we have eyes at the same height, you do not want to tower over someone – or stand behind them – when you are communicating and asking how they are doing and feeling etc. After a few minutes, I saw that she relaxed, and she even told me so herself. (I have another post about how to go about this as well) I asked her questions about why she had low self-esteem and also gave some realizations that she had not thought about. Before she knew it herself she was smiling and said “I can not believe that you just made me feel so calm after being so nervous about this” – that made me smile as well :).

So after being with her for 45 minutes, it was time to switch rooms and start with the treatment. She did incredibly well and as we do a very aggressive Morpheus treatment with double or triple the passes from a “normal” treatment we are always two practitioners in the room to hold the chiller, massaging the patient and keeping them distracted – which was such a relief for her. 

This patient was Fitzpatrick 5, so we did not use 1mm on her. For the first treatment, she wanted to do some fat reduction around her axilla. but it was not needed during the 2nd and 3rd treatment times.

The last time we did mesocaine or mesoram as well, and the discomfort or spiciness on the “Spicy Scale” from 1 being “nothing” and 10 being “kill me I never want to do this again” she was between 0-2, which was amazing!

She is now done with her series for the arms – AND she now wants to come back to do other areas. I have her treatment settings below. We used the 24 needle cartridge tip.

TX 1:

MODE: Fixed, Cycle, Cycle,  DEPTH: 4mm, 3mm, 2mm,  ENERGY: 20, 20, 10,  PASSES: 3, 3, 2,  STACKING: Yes, No, No   


TX 2:

MODE: Cycle, Cycle,  DEPTH: 3mm, 2mm,  ENERGY: 20, 10,  PASSES: 2, 3,  STACKING: No, No


TX 3:

MODE: Cycle, Cycle,  DEPTH: 3mm, 2mm,  ENERGY: 20, 10,  PASSES: 3, 3,  STACKING: No, No



“Anyone that stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone that keeps learning stays young.”

“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all love of what you are doing or learning to do.”

Pretty good quotes, don’t you agree? So obviously you know or have figured out by now that I like learning, but do you learn and train your staff or co-workers when they are in need?

I think it is incredibly important to train your staff so you know that they will do the best treatment possible (if it is in aesthetics). If you are in another field it is equally important. If you have someone on your team that says; “I feel like I know all of this already, I have nothing more to learn here”, then it might be time to either have a talk with that person to really see what is going on or if you are in a workplace that training isn’t important, maybe time to find something else and a place that you will develop and learn more? You tell me.

Have you ever been in a similar situation? When someone tells me that they know everything already, I discretely shake my head and in my mind thinking “this person is definitely not for me”. How can someone say they know everything – and trust me this has happened several times in the past where I have been working. I have also had staff members that have expressed that to me, but they just didn’t have the drive to want to learn. So how do you train your staff?



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