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Dermal Fillers

Hydrates and plumps the skin, restoring its natural youthfulness and vitality.

Dermal fillers are composed of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in human skin, which has water binding properties which hydrate and plump the skin. As we age we make less hyaluronic acid which results in the skin becoming dehydrated, less elastic and prone to lines and wrinkles.

Dermal fillers are a synthetic form of hyaluronic acid, which are made into a gel which is broken down slowly by the body. They produce volume, collagen, support and hydration to the area injected. Modern fillers also contain lidocaine, a numbing agent, which reduces any discomfort felt during the procedure.

At New You Medispa we only use established and trusted products.

Procedure

The skin is cleansed and swabbed with an alcohol wipe. The filler is then injected along the wrinkle or fold, an immediate improvement can be seem which continues to improve over the following 2 weeks as it hydrates. The skin treated can be red, with slight swelling, occasionally bruising can occur.

Post Procedure Instructions

  • Avoid touching the area within 6 hours following treatment.
  • Do not expose the treated area to intense heat, saunas, sunbeds or extreme cold.
  • Avoid sun exposure/sun bed use for 2 weeks. An SPF50 Moisturiser should be used for 2 weeks.
  • If you have previously had cold sores, there is a risk of the needle punctures contributing to cold sores forming after treatment.
  • Aspirin, Ibprofen or similar medications can result in increased bruising at the injection site.

Can anyone have a Dermal Fillers?

Dermal Fillers are not suitable if..

  • If there is active infection or cold sores in the area to be treated.
  • A history of severe allergy or anaphylactic shock.
  • Allergy or hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid or lidnocaine.

Results

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