A Beginners Guide to Dermal Fillers.


Do you ever look in the mirror and see things about your skin that you love, and things that you would like to change? 

While there is absolutely  no denying that mother nature robs us of the facial volume, that makes us look young, as the years go by, and we begin the process of ageing.

Thanks to cosmetic science and the latest technology we now can achieve a balanced face once again with the use of dermal fillers, to keep our skin full, luminous, and elastic but we absoultely need to know the right way to achieve this balance as we go through the ageing process.

As the mid face begins to lose collagen and fat, it creates shadows that make the face look tired and the skin starts to lose its volume as well.

To achieve a balanced face with dermal fillers, we should first treat the central face and the smile lines.

Hyaluronic acid fillers will increase our natural collagen production, and if you are thinking that this will leave you looking distorted the opposite is true, while using dermal fillers for correction of lost facial volume, we can achieve very natural look.

The lateral areas of the face need to be considered as well, the temples, cheeks, and the jawline.

What volumization with dermal fillers will do is bring the ageing skin back to its natural younger form. It not only improves the texture of our skin, its also gives the appearance of gentler, rounder, and softer looking skin.

The most popular treatments include.

Nasolabial Lines (Smile Lines)

Lip Enhancements

Marionette Lines (Corners of the Mouth)

Facial Contouring (Including cheek Filler) and correction of (facial asymmetry)

However, before you decide to start having treatments, it is important that you understand how hyaluronic acid actually works within the skin.

The products that contain hyaluronic acid bind water and create volume, the products are long lasting, approx (8 -10 months) because the initial volume is maintained through the degradation process by replacement with water, the less concentrated the product becomes, the more water it is able to bind, so that the volume is maintained until the product is completely degraded.

Dermal fillers have a very natural look on the skin and it is very difficult for the naked eye to detect that correction has been done.

So unless you volunteer to tell others that you have had dermal fillers, they won’t actually konw as the enhancement is usually very subtle.

The products used for this purpose contain stablised hyaluronic acid which is present in all living organisms, and is identical to the skins own tissue types.

In the form of a clear gel, that is injected into the skins tissue, it is used to smooth out wrinkles and folds or to add volume and contour.

This Edittype of hyaluronic acids is stable and bio-degradable, and are derived by bacterial synthesis.

Accordingly, no skin test are required as these products have no immunological properties.

It is important to choose your practitioner wisely, only qualified and experienced practitioners will understand the cosmetic science behind dermal fillers and their place within the scope of your treatment – and which product is right for your specific type of correction.

Dermal fillers are a temporary solution that enhance facial features and increase the skins own collagen production, the correction does not last forever, and this is exactly why people choose to have repeat treatments.

The longevity of your dermal filler is influenced by your metabolism, lifestyle and how you maintain your skin.
If you would  like to know more, or if you have any questions you can connect with my website.

http://www.aestheticcoach.ie

Thank you for taking the time to read my blog.

T x.

 

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