What are they?
We’re always our own biggest critic. When someone has a “problem area” like crow’s feet, frown lines or thin lips, it’s often the only thing they see in the mirror - even if other people never even notice.
Dermal fillers are a really quick and natural way to get rid of lines and wrinkles for a long time. Our bodies produce hyaluronic acid naturally and it absorbs water which helps keep our skin plump and firm. With age we start producing less of this protein which allows deeper wrinkles to form.
I use pure hyaluronic acid dermal fillers which are injected directly into your problem areas - immediately plumping out those lines, and giving your face a smooth, firm complexion.
Is it right for you?
- They make your skin look fuller, younger, ensuring that wrinkles all but unnoticeable - even to your eagle eye!
- We use dermal fillers which contain a local anaesthetic which numbs the area as I inject.
- I can also use them for delicate changes, such as making your lips look a little fuller, and giving your smile the shape you’ve always wanted.
What to expect
We’ll have a long chat about what you’re hoping to achieve.
If dermal fillers are the right choice for you, I’ll help smooth out those lines.
It’s important to take time and care when using dermal fillers, so I make sure they’re positioned perfectly to give you the very best, natural looking result with careful injections and delicate massaging.
After your treatment it can take a couple of days for the area to relax (sometimes you can get a little swelling or puffiness), but the best thing to do is avoid poking or prodding the area in those few days – to prevent irritation.
Dermal fillers cost from £180 onwards, and pricing depends on what you’d like to achieve from the experience.
We may have to use a different type of filler depending on where on the face we are injecting or how much filler is needed.
Should i come back?
Dermal fillers can be really long lasting. Some of my clients only come back every 6 months, some leave it longer, and some like to come back for a top-up every 3 months or so.
The time is dependent on how quickly your body breaks it down.