Do dermal fillers hurt?

The injections themselves feel like a slight pinch, and you may experience slight pressure or a 'stinging' sensation as the product is being injected. Depending on your personal pain tolerance and on the area, your practitioner may apply or inject a local anaesthetic to the to-be-treated area.

What areas can be treated?

Dermal fillers can be used to smooth away facial lines and wrinkles, create fuller lips and shape facial contours, such as cheeks and chin, and revitalise the skin. The most common areas treated are nose to mouth lines (the nasolabial folds), lips (adding volume and shape), cheeks.

How long does dermal filler last?

Duration depends on many factors, such as the individual's skin type, skin condition, lifestyle and age – as well as the type and amount of product used. After the initial treatment, follow-up sessions are normally recommended around every 6 to 12 months depending on the individual and the product used. A treatment of the lips can last up to six months.

What are the risks with dermal filler treatments?

Our most used dermal filler is the most scientifically documented dermal filler in the world, with comprehensive studies that support its efficacy. It has been used in over 10 million treatments worldwide during the last twelve years. Because the dermal filler resembles the substances that occur naturally in the body, the risk of allergic reaction is minimal. However, there are risks involved with any cosmetic injectable treatment and these will be explained fully during your consultation.

What are the advantages of your injectable dermal filler?

No animal ingredients
No skin test needed
Long lasting results
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Can i have a sample?

Yes, of course, sample is available for quality checking.