Watch: Activate Your Skin's Natural Power
of patients† agreed that the treatment results look natural at 2 years after treatment4‡
†Patient = Clinical trial participant
‡8 mL SWFI + 1 mL 2% lidocaine immediate use Sculptra cohort (N=38) in a 96-week (2 years) extension clinical study
One to four treatment sessions (typically three) may be needed to achieve optimal correction with a minimum of three week intervals between injection sessions.
A Natural-Looking Improvement
Explore Sculptra results over a series of treatments.
Franca, Age 42
25 months after first treatment. Individual results and treatment regimens may vary. Treated with 5 vials of Sculptra 5 mL reconstitution.
Collagen Is Key
By Age 45, You Face Up To 25% Collagen Loss.1
Sculptra can help stimulate natural collagen growth2,3,5 to help restore facial volume and fullness over time.
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Data on file. 43USSA1705ext clinical study report. Fort Worth, TX: Galderma Laboratories, L.P. 2021.
Sculptra injectable poly-L-lactic acid. Instructions for Use. Galderma Laboratories. 2021.
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Important Safety Information
Indication: Sculptra® (injectable poly-L-lactic acid) is indicated for use in people with healthy immune systems for the correction of shallow to deep nasolabial fold contour deficiencies and other facial wrinkles.
Sculptra should not be used by people that are allergic to any ingredient of the product or have a history of keloid formation or hypertrophic scarring. Safety has not been established in patients who are pregnant, lactating, breastfeeding, or under 18 years of age.
Sculptra has unique injection requirements and should only be used by a trained healthcare practitioner. Contour deficiencies should not be overcorrected because they are expected to gradually improve after treatment.
Sculptra should not be injected into the blood vessels as it may cause vascular occlusion, infarction or embolic phenomena. Use at the site of skin sores, cysts, pimples, rashes, hives or infection should be postponed until healing is complete.
Sculptra should not be injected into the red area (vermillion) of the lip or in the peri-orbital area. The most common side effects after initial treatment include injection site swelling, tenderness, redness, pain, bruising, bleeding, itching and lumps.
Other side effects may include small lumps under the skin that are sometimes noticeable when pressing on the treated area. Larger lumps, some with delayed onset with or without inflammation or skin discoloration, have also been reported.
Sculptra is available only through a licensed practitioner. View the complete Instructions for Use.