RHA® and Radiesse® Dermal Fillers from Luz MediSpa 

About the treaments:


RHA® is an injectable form of hyaluronic acid and represents the latest advancement in hyaluronic acid filler technology and can only be found at practices who provide exceptional consumer experiences and outcomes.
Hyaluronic acid is well known to alleviate dry skin, and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

RHA® is manufactured with a gentle process that helps preserve the natural structure of the HA, allowing it to more closely mimic the natural HA found in your skin, which helps provide moisture, volume, and structure to your skin. The results are immediate and may create a more natural look.


Radiesse® is a one-of-a-kind injectable treatment—the only CaHA (Calcium hydroxylapatite) that’s FDA approved for use in the lower face and hands. A dermal fillers that is FDA-approved to smooth moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds (the creases that extend from the corner of your nose to the corner of your mouth).  Radiesse® is also used for correcting volume loss in the back of the hands.

It’s the first and only CaHA portfolio available that stimulates production of collagen and elastin and provides both immediate, natural-looking results and long-term improvement—a year or more in many patients. Immediately upon injection, Radiesse® helps smooth out lines and wrinkles. 

What Can I Expect From Luz MediSpa’s


– Eileen

What Can I Expect From Luz MediSpa’s


– Eileen

RHA® Post-Care Treatment

  • Apply Ice – one of the best ways to help with swelling and tenderness is to apply ice.  Apply for 20 minutes and rest, then reapply as needed.
  • Avoid Strenuous Exercise – this is your hall pass to some rest! to make sure you’re not agitating the area you should avoid exercising for at least 24 hours.
  • Take Ibuprofen or Tylenol – minimize discomfort through the use of over the counter pain medications and take as directed.


RHA® Injection Site Treatment

There are some very normal reactions to your injection site.  Don’t be alarmed if you are experiencing one of the following:

  • Mild Swelling, Redness, and Tenderness – your injection site might be tender and full for up to a week post treatment.
  • Numbing or Tingling – the treatment area may feel numb or may tingle for up to a month after your treatment.
  • Small Bruising – it is completely normal for you to experience small bruising around the injection site.
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