Tuesday, 30 June 2015

3 frequently asked questions about dermal and lip fillers

Despite the overwhelming popularity of lip filler treatments these days, there are a lot of people in Sydney and around the world who have quite a few questions about this treatment. Through this post, we will answer some of these questions for you and help you quell your doubts and confusions. So let us quickly run through it:

• What are the major benefits of dermal and lip filler?

A treatment of this type can provide for a quick respite from wrinkles and fine lines and helping you improve your looks in the process. Its results are instantaneous and the effect of this treatment would last for a period of around 8 to 10 months. In some cases, the results may extent to 12 months as well. However, in case of lip fillers, you will have to go for it every 5 to 6 months time period as its effect on the lips do not last as long as in other parts of the face. Also, you need not worry about the results as it will provide you with wrinkle free look without distorting your facial expressions in any manner whatsoever.

• What are dermal filler?

Dermal or lip fillers are basically a type of injectable substance which are derived from natural material and are specifically developed for the purpose of helping people restore their youthful appearance by diminishing or erasing wrinkles and fine lines in just a matter of minutes. Millions of people around the world have been successfully treated with these fillers. Moreover, a lot of women are also seeking lip filler treatments in order to provide their lips with extra fullness. The solution or gel used for this treatment are skin friendly and do not cause any significant side effect.

• What is hyaluronic acid?

This is again a natural occurring substance that is also found in human body. This substance is responsible for keeping our skin hydrated and flexible. It also adds extra bit of volume to our skin, which in turn keeps the wrinkles at bay. With time, the level of this substance decreases in our body which in turn makes our skin wrinkly. It is now being used for aesthetic and cosmetic treatments to plump the skin and give it a youthful look.

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