DERMAL FILLERS, PDO THREADS, AND SKIN CARE
Who Are INTRALINE?
Intraline Dermal Fillers and PDO Threads are an innovative, health-focused, multinational aesthetics company. They are committed to providing top quality products, exceptional customer service, and a socially responsible approach to doing business.
Intraline was created for everyone. For every woman and man of all ages, all walks of life, for all shades, and all personalities. Anyone wanting to own their story.
Intraline offers a comprehensive line up of dermal fillers to address a wide range of aesthetic treatments. From the smooth injecting monophasic M Series with lidocaine to the high definition Biphasic series, their dermal fillers have been created to provide the aesthetic practitioner with the essential tools you need to meet the desires of your customer.
What is unique about INTRALINE Dermal Fillers?
Intraline offers all the essential tools the aesthetic artist needs to bring their vision to life.
Intraline Dermal Fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid gel particles to help integrate naturally into the injected tissues. Their hyaluronic acid is produced through a natural bacterial fermentation process meaning their dermal fillers are never animal derived and environmentally responsible.
- All products are CE approved
- Our biphasic series is formulated and manufactured is Sweden
- Our monophasic series is formulated and manufactured in South Korea
- Raw material Hyaluronic Acid is created via bio-fermentation, not animal derived
- High patient satisfaction rates at “very good” to “excellent”
- Comprehensive line up to treat all areas of the face
- Long lasting results, typically 6 –18 months, depending on indication area and patient
Intraline PDO Threads provide superior treatment options to combat facial ageing, skin stress, and other related concerns.
Intraline’s Polydioxanone (PDO) threads are essentially the cosmetic version of the resorbable sutures used regularly in heart surgery. With an excellent safety profile and virtually non-allergenic, PDO suture use has nearly 40 years of medical history supporting its use.
PDO is manufactured through the polymerization of p-dioxanone to create a resorbable sterile filament which produces fibrosis in the surrounding tissue giving rise to creation of type I and II collagen. Fully resorbable through enzymatic hydrolysis the threads are broken down within 6 months to a year leaving behind the resultant healthier skin.