Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections are well known for their instantly gratifying results. They are proven to diminish lines and wrinkles, and fillers add youthful plumpness. So how can they possibly be making people unhappy?
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Anti-wrinkle injections are perhaps the most common form of anti-ageing cosmetic procedure today in terms of immediate, noticeable results with minimal downtime. To address wrinkles, muscle relaxants are used to stop the skin creasing and fillers are used to plump, add volume and also lift the valley of stubborn wrinkles. The key drawback is that cosmetic injections can, and do change the way you look. Over time, they can give a very unnatural appearance to facial features. There is also the consideration of injecting toxins or synthetic compounds into your skin.
The resounding benefit of anti-wrinkle treatment using scientifically-based and clinically proven devices is that you get a completely natural result as your body tightens and smooths skin, and builds new collagen where it has been lost due to ageing, without fundamentally altering your features.
Despite their fame, dermal fillers can cause shocking outcomes, even blindness. Complacency around fillers has increased despite the risks and one of the reasons is because people don’t want to talk about a botched cosmetic procedure. We discuss the potential side effects that you need to know about.
Dermal fillers are second in popularity amongst cosmetic injectables, they add volume to the face in places that have been effected by lines, wrinkles, loss of fat pads and degeneration of collagen and elastin. Areas commonly effected are the cheeks, around the mouth, under-eye area and temples, which can cause the skin to sink and sag.
Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections are now considered to be some of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedures. This trend can be attributed to our “selfie society” and the importance that is placed on appearance. Starting injectables young is becoming more and more common, but what does injecting toxins into your face do for you and your wellbeing long term?
Sublime™ facial rejuvenation uses the latest technology to target wrinkles and plump up your skin from the inside out, naturally. In this article, we explain this revolutionary non surgical facelift technology that tightens and smooths skin, and how you can avoid injections and toxins whilst maintaining a younger looking appearance.
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