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Dermal Fillers Glasgow: All You Need To Know

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Life has a way of creeping up on us. One day you’re wrapped up in childhood, enjoying long, carefree summer evenings, the next life has whacked you in the face with 4 decades of poor decisions, lack of sleep, and a hilarious addiction to caffeine. All of these leave their mark. In terms of the physical manifestations of age and decision making, wrinkles are the most common and most obvious.

Wrinkles are not a bad thing; they speak of a live well lived, of laughter and love, of heartache and heartbreak. They are the words of our stories written into the parchment of our faces, a way of communicating non-verbally to the outside world how we act and how we think. They are, however, also prolific. Having a story on your face is all well and good, but it doesn’t have to be a saga. The solution? Dermal fillers Glasgow.

What Are Dermal Fillers Glasgow?

Dermal fillers Glasgow, also known as wrinkle fillers Glasgow, they should always be applied by someone who has a botox and fillers course under their belt. They are an effective treatment for deep lines and wrinkles. They are soft tissue injections that can be made up of a variety of different materials. Such materials include, hyaluronic acid, collagens, and biosynthetic polymers, including calcium hydroxlyapatite, polycaprolactone, polymethylmethacrylate, and polylactic acid.

Wrinkle fillers Glasgow help reduce the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles, fill hollows, enhance sunken cheeks, and smooth the contours of the face. This counteracts one of the natural by-products of aging, the loss of collagen in skin. As an individual’s skin loses collagen, to begins to sag and lose its contours. Natural lines and wrinkles deepen. This is exacerbated by smoking, drinking, exposure to the sun, air pollution, poor diet, and even stress.

Dermal Fillers Glasgow: All You Need To Know

The Dermal Fillers Glasgow Process

The applications of dermal fillers Glasgow depends on the needs of the client and the qualified practitioner applying the treatment.  First, premium dermal fillers, such as Juvederm or Restylane, are injected in small, controlled doses under the area of skin to be treated to see if there will be any kind of reaction from the client.

Depending on the type of dermal fillers used, results can last from anywhere between 6 to 24 months. After this time period, the dermal fillers Glasgow are absorbed into the body and top up treatments are required.

As stated previously, the dermal fillers Glasgow treatment process varies from client to client. A general treatment, however, involves a numbing cream being applied to the area for the application of the dermal filler Glasgow. The chosen dermal filler is then injected into the sub-derma, increasing volume and smoothing out lines and wrinkles.

Dermal Fillers Glasgow Duration and Recovery

After the treatment, there can often be a small amount of swelling which will quickly subside. Depending on the area treated, this can take from as little as a few minutes up to an hour. Clients are required to stay under supervision until the swelling has subsided.

No recovery time is required after dermal filler treatment and you can return to day to day activities straight away. You may experience some slight swelling or bruising to the area being injected which typically doesn’t last longer than 48 hours. Your aesthetician will discuss your recovery and what to expect when you attend you appointment.