Fillers For Skin Creases
All women want to look beautiful, but the number of options can be overwhelming. You have already tried many different cosmetic procedures and still haven’t found what you are looking for. At that point, you need to try a filler for skin creases. Skin creases are caused by the loss of elasticity in the dermis (the middle layer of skin). This causes areas under your eyes and around your mouth to sag.
Which filler should I choose for my skin crease?
This is a very difficult question because there are many types of fillers available. The only way to find out which filler will be the best for you is by doing some research and then testing them out on your own skin.
The most popular type of fillers are:
• Juvederm Volbella – This is a semi-solid gel that looks like normal skin when applied, but it provides an instant lift and can last up to one year with proper care.
• Radiesse – This is a soft powder that has been infused with calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) microspheres that help make your face look smoother and more natural.
• Restylane Lyft – This injectable gel has high concentrations of hyaluronic acid in its formulation, so it plumps up the tissue around the injected area for immediate hydration and smoothness.
What is the best way to apply fillers for skin creases?
You can use creams and serums that contain hyaluronic acid to fill in the skin creases.
However, if you are not able to get your hands on these products, then there is another way of filling in the skin creases which is with makeup. You can use concealer or foundation to cover up the dark spots or scars on your face and make them less visible.
What are the best fillers for skin creases?
There are many products that can be used to treat skin creases. Here are some of the best:
Teosyal – RHA 2 (2 x 1 ml)
For its anesthetic properties, TEOSYAL RHA 2 is a sterile, clear, nonpyrogenic gel of cross-linked hyaluronic acid of non-animal origin containing 0.3% lidocaine hydrochloride by mass. Two syringes are prefilled with TEOSYAL RHA 2 in each box. The box holds one or two sterile 30G1/2″ needles and two traceability labels (one to be given to the patient and the other to be placed in the doctor’s file for each syringe). On the box as well as on each syringe, the volume of each string is demonstrated.