Our skin begins to change as we get older. We develop wrinkles and fine lines, and our cheeks and lips lose volume. However, just because your age is increasing, it doesn't mean you have to look it. Fortunately, there is a way to get younger-looking skin without surgery or recovery time. Dermal fillers, commonly referred to as facial fillers, can temporarily give your face a relaxed, revitalized and younger appearance. Different types of fillers help plump thinning lips, lift drooping brows, accentuate cheekbones, remove dark bags under the eyes and smooth smile lines.
There are so many different types of fillers on the market today. Finding the one that works for you can get a little challenging. So, to help you make the right choice, we have compared some popular types of fillers and what they can do for you.
When it comes to fillers, it is crucial that you only get dermal fillers that have been FDA-approved; and are administered by a skilled practitioner. Are you confused between different types of fillers? We discuss some popular types of fillers to help you make the right choice:
Volift is a filler that can be injected into the skin to treat any deep skin depressions caused by factors like premature aging. Additional benefits of Volift with Lidocaine include volume restoration and face sculpting. Volift is also a fantastic choice if you want poutier lips. Juvederm Volift, often known as "Liquid Gold" due to its spectacular results, is more viscous but still lasts just as long as Voluma. However, it can still be injected with the tiniest needle to give you fuller, plumper lips because it is still so fine.
Do you want to get a sculpted jawline? You must try Volux. It is the first FDA-approved injectable filler with hyaluronic acid that targets the jawline. But why choose Volux? Compared to other types of fillers, Volux is more structured, cohesive and has a higher lift capability than other filler types. It also contains the thickest, strongest gel, making it perfect for deep injection into the cheek region. Even though everyone over the age of 21 is eligible for this treatment, we strongly advise against using Volux if you have a history of severe allergies, are particularly sensitive to lidocaine, or have previously experienced adverse reactions to gram-positive bacterial proteins.
Are you looking for a hyaluronic acid-based filler to repair fine lines and wrinkles and give your skin a plumper, more dewy appearance? You must try Volite. This injectable treatment has a triple-action effect because of hyaluronic acid's strong capacity to bind water: it hydrates the skin, improves suppleness by promoting collagen production, and reduces the visibility of signs of aging. But what sets it apart from other types of fillers? Hyaluronic acid, which is present in Volite in both low and high-molecular-weight forms, allows it to penetrate the skin at various depths. Additionally, compared to other types of fillers, it has enough anesthetic to numb you internally, easing discomfort after treatment.
Volbella is a hyaluronic acid filler with small molecule sizes. Compared to other fillers, there is less hyaluronic acid in this specific filler. It is a superficial filler designed to treat vertical lip wrinkles and give your lips a more subtle, natural contour. This filler provides results that last for around a year.
Restylane is a hyaluronic acid filler with a relatively larger molecule size. Like Volbella, it is also a superficial filler that can be used to address lines and wrinkles of varying degrees of severity. This includes marionette lines and nasolabial folds. Restylane can also treat dark circles under the eyes and to enhance the lips. The effects of this dermal filler usually persist between six and nine months.
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