Dermal Fillers

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Dermal Fillers 

Dermal Fillers are made from Hyaluronic Acid (HA). HA  is also found in our bodies. It is a naturally  occurring molecule that moisturises our skin from within.

HA absorbs moisture and keeps your skin well hydrated and plump. As we age, due to factors including diet, sun exposure and lifestyle, our skin loses HA and fine lines start to appear. These fine lines become wrinkles and some wrinkles then become folds.

Dermal Fillers (HA injections) help replace the volume lost and promote collagen production. Plumping out the skin and restoring a youthful look.

 

PRICES

Lip Enhancement from £210 (1ml)

Cheek Enhancement from £350

Marionettes £230

Nasolabial Folds £230        

 
 

WHICH AREAS ARE DERMAL FILLERS USED?

The most commonly treated areas are, Lips (adding volume and shape)  Nose to mouth lines (the nasolabial folds), down-turned lips (Marionettes) and cheeks.

HOW PAINFUL IS THE PROCEDURE?

It can be slightly uncomfortable depending on the depth of injection needed. Prior to treatment, a topical numbing cream is applied to help minimise pain.

HOW DO THEY WORK 

By introducing a HA under the skin, volume which has been lost through ageing will re-appear creating a smoother, youthful appearance. The HA will attract water to it, further bringing hydration to the area leading to fresh, revitalized skin.

ARE LUMPS AND BUMPS NORMAL?

In a sense, yes, but the duration of these effects are very dependent on the choice of product and the technique of lip modeling. After a few days, these lumps should show a strong tendency for smoothing. Any asymmetry should be corrected after a few days.

WHO CAN'T HAVE DERMAL FILLER INJECTIONS?

Anyone with a previous allergic reaction to a Dermal Filler or someone with a allergy to Lidocaine (often added to fillers for the comfort of client).  Pregnant or breastfeeding mothers are also contraindicated to treatment.

ARE THERE ANY RISKS INVOLVED?

Like all cosmetic treatments, side effects can occur. We'll go into more detail on the day of your consultation. To reduce the risk of complications, it is important that any injectables are administered by highly qualified practitioners in a safe clinical environment.