Olidia Filler: What Is It And What Is It For?

Korean poly-L-lactic acid-based collagen stimulator Olidia, available for purchase on our website for both cosmetology professionals and their clients, is designed to combat wrinkles, tighten skin and strengthen tissues of the face, neck, hands, and neckline.

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This medication contains 150 mg polylactic acid, 90 mg sodium carboxymethylcellulose and 125 mg mannitol. Mannitol, acting as an antioxidant, helps the body cope with oxidative stress and prolongs the effect of collagen stimulation for up to 2 years.

The Korean collagen stimulator with polylactic acid, the price of which is approximately half that of its European counterpart, consists of the same PLA microspheres. The lyophilisate powder is mixed with water for injection, kept for at least 3 hours, after which it is injected into the middle and deep layers of the dermis using a needle or cannula.

Properties of Olidia

The main properties of Olidia PLLA filler based on polylactic acid are its biodegradability and the use of poly-L-lactic acid as the main component. The addition of the antioxidant mannitol significantly reduces the negative effects of oxidative stress caused by contouring with synthetic fillers.

Korean filler with polylactic acid, the cost of which is significantly lower than its European counterparts, is supplied in the form of a dry lyophilisate, which is a powder of poly-L-lactic acid (PLA). PLA is an ingredient approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Polylactic fillers are designed to solve the problem of sagging, provide tightening and strengthen the collagen framework of the dermis; they are effectively used to improve the condition of the skin of the face, neck, and hands. The uniqueness of the Olidia filler lies in its long-lasting action of up to 2 years, and also in the fact that over time its anti-aging effect becomes more pronounced due to the enhancement of the process of neocollagenesis.

Olidia's poly-L-lactic acid collagen stimulator microspheres have an optimal particle size: large enough to prevent phagocytosis by dermal macrophages or passage through capillary walls, but small enough to conveniently inject the required amount of filler into wrinkles and cavities using a needle or cannula size 26G.

Polylactic acid, usually available as a lyophilisate from various manufacturers, is a powerful collagen stimulator. Collagen plays a key role in skin health and firmness. Olidia PLLA filler injections stimulate the production of your own collagen: first, the gel fills the voids in the skin due to the buffer base, then the microspheres of poly-L-lactic acid decompose into carbon dioxide and water, and in their place new threads of collagen are formed.

Features of the Filler

In the human body, polylactic acid acts as a signaling device: it informs the body about the need to enhance collagen production in certain areas. After the introduction of the gel, the body receives a signal about the need to form new collagen fibers in the areas of filler injection. Some time after the spheres of acid are introduced, they break down into gas and water, leaving behind collagen fibers created around them (this process is known as neocollagenesis). The strengthened collagen structure preserves the results of correction for up to 24 months - this is exactly how polylactic acid works. Purchasing filler is recommended to solve the following problems: