Although it is not going to have the same lifting results as surgery, you may look “fresher”, but don’t expect gravity-defying miracles!
Although it is not going to have the same lifting results as surgery, the results are fresher may look “fresher” designed for people in their 30s to 50s .
The injections of filler materials under the skin can fill in deep folds, such as nasolabial folds (also known as “smile lines” or “laugh lines”), create fuller lips, and pad out hollow cheeks and eyes. Rather than just smoothing or tightening skin, they can change the facial profile to a more youthful one.
Although collagen used to be the standard filler, hyaluronic acid, with brand names like Restylane and Juvederm, is now more popular. Hyaluronic acid lasts somewhere between six months to a year – although treating areas of the face that move less will last longer than those that move more, such as the lips – and you tend to get better results with each treatment. There’s evidence that hyaluronic acid injections can also have a more permanent anti-aging effect by stimulating collagen growth.
Synthetic fillers are long-lasting (12–18 months). The main risk associated with these lumps forming under the skin that has to be surgically removed, or changes to the skin structure that occur with age, leaving odd shapes where the filler is.
The biggest difference between bio stimulating cosmetic fillers and hyaluronic acid fillers is the material with which they are made and, consequently, their mechanisms of action. Optimal results will take a few weeks to appear, as the stimulation of the production of collagen is not immediate however the two-pronged mechanism of action ensures that the results of treatment with this type of filler last long after the gel itself are absorbed by the body.
The biggest advantage of bio stimulating dermal fillers is that the results last how long they last well over a year, as the newly produced collagen continues to improve the appearance of the skin even after the filler has dissolved, compared to the hyaluronic acid fillers only last between six to twelve months.
Biostimulation dermal fillers add much more volume than hyaluronic acid fillers and are perfect for treating large areas that are undergoing facial atrophy. They can improve the appearance of the facial contour by enhancing the temples, jawline, mid-face, and cheeks, and they can smooth out the skin by filling in deep lines and static wrinkles.
Hyaluronic acid fillers are more suitable for moderate volume restoration and filling in fine-to-moderate lines and wrinkles however inquire within as there are a number of advantages and disadvantages to using a bio stimulating dermal filler instead of a hyaluronic acid filler, and the choice of which to use will depend on the condition of the patient’s skin and their desired results of treatment.
What’s better? Both bios stimulating cosmetic fillers and hyaluronic acid fillers are minified invasive and require no recovery time or post-treatment, which is a huge advantage over surgical procedures.
Temporarily “paralyses” muscles when injected. This prevents the skin above from creasing up and causing wrinkles. It only works on so-called “expression lines”, such as frown (vertical) lines and surprise (horizontal) lines on the forehead, smoothing them and preventing them from becoming more pronounced. It won’t do anything for sun-damaged skin or lines caused by skin sagging, such as nasolabial folds.
Though a prescription-only drug, it’s possible for non-medical professionals to obtain and inject Botox or its other variants, with potentially serious consequences if something goes wrong. It’s best to leave these injections to an experienced medical professional and trained and experienced Cosmetic Physical or Cosmetic Nurse.
The cost depends on how much is injected, and typically starts from around $100 to over $1000 and the produce or brand used. The process itself is relatively painless, but you can’t lie down or rub the area for several hours afterward – this is to prevent the toxin from spreading to other areas.
The effects take a few hours or to kick in depending on the brand used, and initially last a few months – longer after continued treatment.
Possible side effects include a droopy upper eyelid if the drug is injected too low on the forehead, and this may last a couple of weeks. In the hands of a skilled administrator, you can avoid the notorious “frozen” look.
The combined use of muscle relaxers and dermal fillers is called a liquid facelift. It costs about $1000 to $4000, depending on how much work is done and lasts from one to two years.
– Fat dissolving injections -Double chin and jawline
– Fat dissolving injections -Body area
Deoxycholic acid is a chemical naturally found in the body that breaks down dietary fat in the digestive system. It can be injected into the body to reduce body fat in small areas. Currently, it’s approved for use to reduce submental fat – the fat under the chin responsible for the dreaded double chin.
Results can be quite good, with reduced-fat under the chin, and some skin tightening may also occur, though it depends on the particular patient. You’ll need multiple injections over two or more sessions for it to work, and there can be significant swelling – “bullfrog neck” is the term often used! Another potential side effect is damage to the marginal mandibular nerve, which may give you a lopsided smile for a while.
Restore sagging facial features with a non-surgical facelift
The thread lift is a non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatment using small nylon-like points, that firmly anchor beneath the skin and achieve a subtle lift. This modern technique adds a supportive structure that challenges the effects of aging and gravity. The thread lift works to improve loose facial skin and enhance features lost to premature aging.
To make this looking good affordable all year round, we offer payment plans with TLC.