Want A Youthful, Radiant Glow – Try Our Dermal Filler Treatments
Receiving fillers these days is becoming almost as popular as other common beauty treatments due to it being easily accessible and affordable to those who feel they need it. Dermal fillers are used for aesthetic purposes to fill fine lines and wrinkles or plump and contour the skin and face, creating a more revitalised youthful appearance as the skin does not look aged and sagging. You may be surprised to know that with dermal fillers, less is more! When used minimally, with care, they effectively recreate a natural face shape with refined, delicate features.
Thanks to social media, having fillers no longer needs to be taboo as people freely admit to receiving help in gaining the youthful lift that we have become accustomed to. By overcoming the stigma that filler should be something kept secret, it allows people to recognise how normal it is to get dermal fillers to become more confident in their skin, recognising that most models and celebrities have it.
It used to be that fillers were targeted toward older generations looking to seek help in reducing ageing. However, dermal fillers are extremely popular in younger generations looking to enhance their features – such as the lips. We want you to know that dermal fillers can help most people achieve their dream look to feel more confident in their skin. Fillers are solely for aesthetic purposes and are not permanent; those looking for longer-lasting results may want to consider other treatments available on our web page.
How does it work?
Dermal fillers are similar to a naturally occurring molecule in our body called Hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a sugar molecule that exists naturally in most living organisms; it binds water and acts as a shock absorber and lubricant to help areas of the body like joints. It also aids in the transport of nutrients and in regulating water balance in the skin.
Therefore, dermal fillers revitalise the hyaluronic acid in the skin, creating a fresh and radiant appearance whilst simultaneously diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Dermal fillers are a soft, injectable gel that is tissue-friendly and closely resembles our bodies natural hyaluronic acid. It is a long-lasting treatment; however, it is not permanent and will require topping up from time to time.
If you decide later on that you are not happy with your dermal fillers, then you can have them dissolved; this can be reassuring to know as it is obviously a daunting thought to some that they may not be happy with the results. The beauty of dermal fillers is that they aren’t permanent, meaning that you aren’t making a lifelong commitment – unlike if you were to go down the surgery route.
What can fillers do
- Plump thin lips
- Enhance shallow contours
- Soften facial creases and wrinkles
- Improve the appearance of scars
- Reconstruct contour deformities
- Remove shadow of lower lids
As you can see, dermal fillers are multipurpose and are for aesthetic purposes only. They allow you to tackle insecurities you may always have suffered from and create a youthful, plump look or a more enhanced aesthetic look for those of you who are younger.
Step one: Facial Assessment and Mapping
Your face is evaluated and marked for the appropriate injection site for the filler, your facial appearance and skin tone is taken into consideration.
Step two: Cleansing
The injection sites are cleansed. Pain at the injection site may be eased by using a cold instrument, anaesthetic ointment or injection of local anaesthesia.
Step three: The Injection
Injections usually only last a few moments per site. Then, the process of injecting, massaging and evaluating the result is performed, and additional filler is used when needed.
Step four: Cleanup
Once the client is happy with the results, all markings are cleared up, and they may be offered an ice pack to reduce signs of swelling.
As you can see, the procedure is fairly simple and relatively quick! The treated area may feel tender for a couple of days, but usually, you will not require any painkillers.
How long does it last?
The result of a single treatment can be seen instantly, with dermal filler lasting around six to nine months, meaning that you can be entirely flexible with your treatment. If you love how you look with fillers, you will want to maintain it through top-ups; however, if you decide not to continue with dermal fillers, that’s ok too! The filler will dissolve naturally over time and excrete through the body.
If dermal fillers are something you would like to consider, don’t hesitate to call us today on 0151 203 1393 to book your consultation. We can advise you best on the treatments and services we provide to give you the results you’ve always wanted but have never been able to achieve with over the counter products.