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Can Rejuran be mixed with lignocaine?

Aesthetic Medicine

Many hyaluronic acid dermal fillers contain lignocaine to minimise patient pain and discomfort. However, Rejuran Healer does not contain any local anaesthetic. Is it safe to request for the doctor to mix lignocaine or a suitable LA with Rejuran? Will doing so affect Rejuran's efficacy? Thank you.

DOCTOR’S ANSWER (3)

I can understand your concern regarding the pain and discomfort especially if the injections are done manually using the sharp needle. 

To minimise the discomfort of the Rejuran procedure, I prefer to use an injector gun which can be calibrated to deliver a precise amount at a precise depth.

The needles used are also superfine 31G . To make it more comfortable most doctors will also mix it with a very small amount of lidocaine. This is unlikely to affect the efficacy of the product.

Hope this helps.

0 172 views 7 Jan 2019
Hi!

Yes, Rejuran can be mixed with lignocaine to make the Rejuran injections more comfortable. The efficacy of the Rejuran injections will not be affected by the inclusion of local anesthetic.

Hope this helps!

Warmest regards,

Dr Justin Boey

0 187 views 6 Jan 2019

Hi!

When we perform rejuran combined with skin boosters, the hyaluronic acid filler (for hydration) already has lidocaine in the formulation so the procedure is much more comfortable than having rejuran injected directly. 

Rejuran (with or without lidocaine) is definitely efficacious in skin rejuvenation however it's best that you consult with a dr first so that he/she can assess your skin needs and evaluate if rejuran will give your skin a significant improvement!

Best regards

Dr Yanni 

0 102 views 23 Jan 2019
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