Remodeling and increasing body volumes represent a significant demand in surgery and aesthetic medicine.
The laboratories have created a specific product for the body, Macrolane which has been replaced by HYACORP. Macrolane and HYACORP.
Macrolane is a hyaluronic acid, of non-animal origin (NASHA Technology) for the body. In 2017 the Galderma laboratory stopped its commercialization in France because it would have been used in forbidden indications, like the breasts or the penis (many cases of not resorbable cysts were carried over). Macrolane has been replaced by HYACORPS from the German laboratory Bioscience, this product has a CE mark and is used in the same indications as Macrolane.