In this second of our four-part blog, we discuss dermal fillers as an option for fighting the effects of aging on skin.
One way to minimize fine lines and wrinkles is to inject dermal fillers into the areas of the face where wrinkles are prevalent. These typically are the forehead and around the mouth. Dermal fillers replace lost volume and smooth away moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds. Unlike a face-lift, which pulls the skin taut, volumizing plumps up the skin, restoring youthful contours to the face, resulting in a more natural look. Some injectables also replace lost collagen, providing longer-term results. Fillers and injectables include SculptraAesthetic®, Restylane® and Perlane®, among many others. Much like creams and serums, there are different solutions for differing types of skin, so discuss your options with your Aesthetician.
Next: Anti-Aging Part Three: Facials, Peels and Masks
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