Five Surprising Ways People Use Injectable Fillers
Injectable fillers are well known for plumping areas of the face that have lost volume. The lips, cheeks and smile lines are the most common, but that’s not all they’re used for. Here are some surprising ways that non-surgical injectables can help create a younger and healthier look.
Although a chin augmentation can involve an invasive surgery, for some, similar results can be achieved in a much simpler way. With the use of dermal fillers, volume can be added in certain areas and a natural looking augmentation to the chin can be achieved. Just a small change can have a significant effect on the shape of the entire face.
Severe cases of acne can often leave behind small, indented scars. For those who are frustrated with these scars, dermal fillers can restore the sunken areas, bringing them to the same level as the surrounding skin, and drastically reducing the appearance of the scarring.
It’s not uncommon to see the first signs of aging in the hands, yet it is most often the area of the body we forget to treat. Loose skin, volume loss, or visible veins can all be alleviated with a calcium-based gel filler.
Although foot fillers can be used for cosmetic reasons, they can also be used to relieve soreness. Working similarly to gel insoles padding a shoe, these dermal fillers can cushion the balls of the feet, which bears the brunt of a body’s weight during walking or running.
Having hollow temples from aging is a commonly overlooked feature when it comes to facial rejuvenation. It can result in bones protruding more, creating an aged or unhealthy look. However, a small amount of dermal filler can restore volume to this area for a natural and healthy appearance, and can last as long as two years.
Dermal fillers aren’t just for the lips and cheeks. These small, unknown adjustments can take years off of any appearance.