Young skin is constantly moisturised from within by hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring sugar. Hyaluronic acid absorbs moisture and keeps your skin well hydrated for a youthful look.
As we age, our skin loses hyaluronic acid and fine lines start to appear on the face. Some lines become wrinkles due to outside factors like sun exposure, diet and years of facial muscle movement. Fat loss can create sagging and turn lines into folds, too.
Used in over 16 million treatments with more added every day Juvéderm® is the leading range of dermal fillers with formulations for the face. Gently ease signs of ageing. Subtly enhance what nature has given you. Juvéderm® can help you achieve a natural look. The Juvéderm® range has formulations to treat everything from fine lines to deep folds and wrinkles. Juvéderm® is a hyaluronic acid facial filler which is smooth and long lasting.
Is dermal filler safe?
Juvéderm® facial fillers are made using advanced technology and have an established safety profile.
The Juvéderm® range provides superior comfort during the wrinkle-injection experience, which means it’s a treatment you can trust to look and feel your best. It also relies on a specially formulated type of hyaluronic acid gel formulation, making it easier to inject so it that it fills facial lines instantly for a natural look and feel in the skin. Following the injection process, you may experience slight redness, swelling or bruising at the injected area. These effects should not last for more than a week. Remember, 12 hours after your procedure you can cover up any skin discoloration with makeup.
What areas can be treated?
Dermal Fillers are popular non-invasive treatments that make it possible to restore volume to hollowed areas, to contour your face and to tackle fine lines and wrinkles. Dermal Fillers can add definition to your face and are particularly effective in creating more prominent cheeks, fuller lips and a fresher smoother appearance. Most typical areas for treatment are found between the eyes, around the mouth or nasal labial folds. Volume loss mainly occurs in the lips, cheeks and chin areas.