World’s Longest Lasting Dermal Filler Ellansé

More Than Just Long Lasting



Introducing Ellansé (ee-luhn-say) – the world’s longest lasting dermal filler and collagen stimulator. Popularly known as 少女针 in East Asian countries, Ellansé is a new anti-ageing treatment that’s been gaining many fans, and quickly. Ellansé is an injectable filler, but with significant differences from other fillers.

Ellansé is an irreversible non-hyaluronic acid filler. When injected into the skin, it lifts, sculpts, and restores lost volume associated with skin ageing.

Ellansé’s contains unique Poly-Caprolactone (PCL) microspheres – a bio-resorbable soft medical polymer. This PCL is suspended in a gel carrier made of carboxymethylcellulose (CMC).

When injected into the skin, Ellansé reverses skin aging in a 2-step process:

  1. The CMC gel gives immediate lifting and sculpting results. The gel lasts for about 12 weeks.
  2. At the same time, the PCL microspheres begin to stimulate your skin to produce collagen. The collagen stimulation peaks at 12 weeks to give the final result.

Unlike hyaluronic acid fillers, which lifts because of its properties as a gel, Ellansé works by stimulating your body to produce collagen.

Ellansé can be used in several areas of the face, including but not limited to:

  • Forehead
  • Cheeks
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Chin
  • And more


Depending on the range used, results can last 2 – 4years.

This makes Ellansé the world’s longest lasting dermal filler. And because it’s also irreversible, only the most skilled doctors can use Ellansé to deliver the best results.

Our doctors at SL Clinic have been trained to give you naturally beautiful results with Ellansé.

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SGD 999 NETT Ellansé (L – 3 Years)

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