Fillers are extremely popular, and nowadays, they are more readily available. This blog is our guide to dermal fillers, and we’ll tell you all you need to know and some of the reasons why you might want them.
What are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are injections used in the lips and face to fill lines and wrinkles. Dermal filler can be used to add volume to areas such as the lips and cheeks. Fillers are not permanent, and they generally last between 6 and 18 months.
The length of time that they last depends on the brand of the injection that has been used and personal factors. These hyaluronic acid fillers can last longer with great aftercare, some people can benefit for up to two years. Our therapists will advise you on how to care for yourself after having HA filler injections.
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that can be used to reduce facial wrinkles and restore volume.
At the age of 25, our bodies produce less natural collagen, which can lead to the skin losing elasticity. Collagen production helps to keep the skin elastic and youthful. Many people are now turning to dermal fillers to give their skin a boost and add volume to various areas of the face.
Dermal fillers can be injected into the face, lips and hands.
Many people get dermal fillers in their faces to achieve a younger complexion by reducing deep lines and wrinkles. Facial fillers can often be used to reduce nasolabial folds, marionette lines and under the eyes to reduce dark circles. HA fillers work by adding more volume. We can help you to achieve a natural appearance by assessing your facial anatomy.
Dermal fillers in the hands are used to reduce signs of ageing, such as our veins becoming more prominent. Due to the skin on our hands becoming thinner with age, fillers work to enhance the volume in our hands, restoring a youthful appearance.
Lip fillers are generally used by individuals that have naturally thinner lips, dermal fillers can give the lips more volume and enhance your facial features. Hyaluronic acid filler treatments can only be used by those over 18. We’ll help you to achieve a subtle fullness.
How much do dermal fillers cost?
Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers vary in price based on where they are injected and how much is used. You should attend a consultation to identify how dermal filler injections could help you to achieve your goals. Whether you’re fed up with lost volume or smile lines, we can help. At the consultation, the therapist should be able to tell you how much the injectable fillers will cost.
Do dermal filler injectable treatments hurt?
Dermal filler products being injected shouldn’t hurt. You may feel some mild discomfort and a pinching sensation during the treatment. Before beginning, a therapist should use a topical anaesthetic to numb the area.
Which filler treatments are right for you?
“I want my face to look more youthful”
If you want a younger complexion, you should consider the specific area of your face that you want to focus on. A consultation will be useful for you so that you can have advice from a trained practitioner. This can help to ensure that you get the correct filler to achieve your goals.
“I want a better pout”
Dermal fillers in the lips present the perfect opportunity to improve your pout. You can have lip augmentation no matter how big or small your natural lips are, you just need to decide how drastic you want the change to be – your practitioner can assist you with this by showing you examples of other people’s lips that may be similar to yours. Lip fillers can also help to define the cupid’s bow, which is something a lot of individuals are interested in.
At Therapy House, we ensure that your lip fillers look natural, so you’ll leave feeling confident.
“I want a structured jawline”
Wanting a structured jawline has become a huge trend recently, and it can be achieved through dermal fillers. You should book an appointment with an idea of the jawline you want, and your practitioner can advise you on the best cosmetic treatment for you.
If you need any more information on dermal fillers, don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our highly trained practitioners. We hope this guide to dermal fillers has been useful.