About Cosmetic Treatment for a Younger Looking Face
Do you wish you had a more refreshed, young looking face? Many women today don’t care to simply endure their wrinkles; instead they want to look and feel their very best! This is why many women choose to go the route of facial fillers.
Cosmetic treatments comprised of biotechnologically engineered, non-immunogenic, stabilized gel particles. These natural substances are found in all living organisms and provides volume and fullness to the skin. The three-dimensional gel particles are hydrophilic molecules, attracting and binding to water molecules as they degrade, helping to maintain volume augmentation for about six months. That might sound scary, but the gel is in fact made up of sugars that are very natural to the body and thus cause little swelling and recovery time. They have been available since 2007, and are already becoming a favourite of people across the US. The products work by retaining water. Plumping up the area where they are injected. Injections can run from a few hundred dollars up to $800 or more depending on the area needing treatment.
Cosmetic injections do last a while, from 6 months with the first injections to a full year with later ones. The newer fillers are a good choice for those looking for very natural look and who may be new to cosmetic work. If for some reason you didn’t like your new look, this filler can actually be immediately removed with enzymes. Unlike many of the other fillers on the market today which only time can remove. This is a good choice for deeper wrinkles as it really does plump and smooth out the skin.
Areas fillers are most often used for include the lines that run from the nose down around the mouth, lip lines, and the skin under the eye. It can even be used as a lip plumper that offers a natural plumpness to thinning lips.
Who wouldn’t love to wake up with younger looking skin? Talk to us about cosmetic treatments and gel based fillers to find out if they are the best option for you.
If you have questions about fillers for the face and cosmetic treatments contact your local doctor, who will arrange for you to see a dermatologist.