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The Truth About Dermal Fillers

You have probably seen those commercials for wrinkle creams that claim they are the best alternative to surgery. Dermal fillers are different from Botox. They still use needles for the application but you still have control of the muscles in your face. You can smile without worrying. They fill in tiny lines and furrows by plumping and hydrating the skin. Topical skin creams add moisture and produce a radiant glow, but cannot do the job of dermal fillers.

Taking good care of your skin goes a long way towards preventing wrinkles. There are many things that cause your skin to age like gravity, losing fat tissue, and sun damage can make you look older.

Dermal fillers can help you regain that youthful look of radiant skin. Women in their 40’s can look years younger by filling in the lines around the eyes and mouth. It doesn’t take much and the effects are long-lasting.

The one drawback for some people is the use of needles. They are letting that fear hold them back. But in all honesty, the needles are a micro-gauge so they are tiny and thin. Any discomfort that you might experience lasts a short time. They are not like Botox so there is no concern for allergic reactions.

How to Use Dermal Fillers:

With dermal fillers, the material is injected directly into wrinkles on the forehead, nose, and around the mouth. It fills in these little hollows and plumps the skin making those tiny lines disappear. It makes the skin look firmer, softer, and younger. This treatment is usually done over the course of 3 months with improvements seen at every stage. Now if you combine good skincare with the use of anti-aging products you will retain that youthful appearance for longer periods.

Which Dermal Filler Is Best?

There are different dermal fillers for different purposes. They all are the best in their category. Dermal fillers hydrate the skin and make it look younger by smoothing away lines. Botox injections temporarily immobilize areas of the face to freeze wrinkles and smooth the skin. They do different jobs but they can also be used in combination with other treatments. Botox can be used on forehead furrows and dermal fillers can be used around the mouth and corners of the eyes to fill in tiny lines there. There is no one product that is the best because they all work well and perform different tasks.

Dermal fillers last a lot longer than some other treatments. They are temporary because you will need more eventually when the effects wear off. You will still need to practice proper skin care as well as use anti-aging products to keep your youthful glow.

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