What is Saypha Rich?
Saypha Rich is a sterile, clear, transparent, isotonic, biodegradable, viscoelastic, and homogenized injectable implant. Saypha Rich consists of non-animal sodium hyaluronate, obtained from Streptococcus equi bacteria. It may be used in mesotherapy to rehydrate and revitalize the skin for a more youthful appearance.
Accessories or items included
- 1 prefilled 1ml syringe
- 2-30G x 1/2” needles
- 1 package insert
- Patient record labels
What are the benefits of this product?
This form of mesotherapy boosts skin health via hyaluronic acid microinjections. Unlike the temporary moisture provided by skin creams, Saypha Rich hydrates your patient’s skin from within. It also provides long-lasting results, giving the skin a more radiant tone and a smoother texture.
How does this product work?
Saypha Rich is an injectable dermal filler made of hyaluronic acid and glycerol. The hyaluronic acid in Saypha Rich is highly purified and does not come from animal sources, so no allergy test is needed before treatment. Both hyaluronic acid and glycerol have moisturizing properties and act to rehydrate skin that has become dry through aging, exposure to the sun and UV radiation, stress, smoking, diet, and other activities. Saypha Rich is appropriate for hydrating the skin and the reduction of fine lines, as it adds just enough moisture to the skin to smooth it without adding excess bulk.
What are the ingredients?
- Sodium hyaluronate (18mg/ml)
- Glycerol (20mg/ml)
- pH 6.8–7.6 phosphate-citrate buffer
How to inject/administer this product
Saypha Rich is administered as a set of microinjections across the treatment area, which should only be performed by authorized medical personnel. Prior to the injection procedure, brief your patient on the expected results, indications, contraindications, precautions, and potential side effects of this treatment. First, determine the sites of injection, mark with a marking pen, and disinfect the area with an appropriate antiseptic. Then, inject the product slowly, using a suitable injection technique. After injection, massage the area gently to ensure even distribution of the product. For a full set of instructions, refer to the enclosed product leaflet.
When should I use this product?
Saypha Rich can be used as a form of mesotherapy treatment or to correct fine lines and superficial wrinkles on the upper skin layer.
What areas can I treat with this product?
Saypha Rich rehydrates the skin, revealing a brighter complexion and smoother appearance. You can inject Saypha Rich into the upper layer of skin to improve the appearance of your patient’s face, neck, decolletage, upper arms, and the backs of their hands. In all of these areas, Saypha Rich replenishes the skin’s natural supply of hyaluronic acid, improving moisture retention and creating softer, smoother, more hydrated and more youthful-looking skin.
How long do results last?
For maximum effect, you should give your patients a set of Saypha Rich injections every 2 or 3 weeks for a total of at least 3 treatments. After this time, your patients should enjoy their smoother and more radiant skin for about 3 months.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is an ideal candidate for this product?
Patients who are looking to rejuvenate their skin or treat very mild signs of aging will benefit the most from treatment with Saypha Rich. Patients who are allergic to hyaluronic acid should not use this product.
Why should I purchase this product?
Saypha Rich is a hydrating treatment that uses hyaluronic acid and glycerol to help restore moisture to your patient’s skin. When you buy wholesale Saypha Rich from Med Supply Solutions, you can help reverse the first signs of aging and skin damage by rehydrating skin for a brighter, smoother appearance.
What are the most common side effects?
Saypha Rich can cause some common injection-related side effects, such as mild bruising, redness, swelling, or tenderness. These usually resolve themselves within a week. In rare cases, Saypha Rich could cause mild edemas or erythema, causing itchiness, pain, or pressure; light bleeding from the injection site; or small lumps, hematomas, or indurations in the treatment area. If your patient experiences any adverse effects, they should consult a physician.