Restylane is a commonly used hyaluronic acid based filler. It comes in two different syringe sizes, a 1 cc (cubic centimeter) syringe and a 0.4 syringe. The 0.4 cc syringe allows treatment of smaller areas without added waste or expense. Restylane can available with added lidocaine, an anesthetic that makes injection more tolerable. This type of Restylane is called Restylane-L. (Juvederm is also available with lidocaine in the form of Juvederm XC.)
The smaller syringe of Restylane will typically cost between $300 and $450. The larger syringe will cost between $400 and $800. As wtih all fillers, pricing is greatly dependent on geographic location and provider - a very experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon in a large urban area will be at the top of the range.
Many doctors offer a price break for all filler syringes after the first. So for example, if you pay $500 for one syringe of Restylane, the second might be just $400. Make sure to ask. Some doctors also give a price break if the injection is performed by an assistant under supervision.
Like all hyaluronic acid fillers, Restylane cannot be stored after use. Fortunately, the option of using the 0.4 cc syringe makes it fairly easy to pinpoint the precise amount of filler without waste.
How to get Restylane: Online pharmacies advertise being able to buy Restylane injections for about between $100 to $350 a pop, but it only should be injected by a licensed, board-certified physician.