The World of MaiLi, award-winning* HA fillers
Welcome to the world of MaiLi, award-winning*, advanced hyaluronic acid fillers that deliver long-lasting, natural-looking results using minimum product.
The Sophistication of Smart Springs
The Art of Gel Placement
After the HA gel is introduced, it will be supported by either tissue or bone depending on the treatment area, represented by the X & Y axis. The Z axis represents the perpendicular direction from the plane of the support.
The characteristic movement and behaviour of MaiLi’s OxiFree™ lightly crosslinked HA network can be imagined as a series of smart springs, following the natural movements of the face with supple elasticity.
A gel that’s always connected
The injected gel is in constant contact with the surrounding tissues, represented by the upper layer shown here.
A HA gel that bounces back from pressure
G’ characterises the tendency of the gel to return to its initial shape (X and Y).
A gel that acts as soft and supple as it looks
E’ characterises the ability of the gel to recover its original form after vertical stress/ movements (Z).
A gel that follows natural movement
F characterises the gel’s intrinsic resistance to external stresses (Z).
Smart Springs characterises the combination of moderate G’ (allowing moldability, suppleness) with relatively high F and E’ (providing projection capacity). With all facial movements, the applied stresses to the gel will be multidirectional (X, Y and Z). G’, E’ and Fn work together to maintain the form of the gel.