Injectables: anti-wrinkle injections and fillers. Facts you don’t want to miss


Q 1. When it comes to injectable dermal fillers, what brand do you want to use?

If you just started looking into facial injectable treatment, the variety of options may seem overwhelming and confusing at first. There are many brand names which may have similar or different ingredients, and perhaps overlapping uses.

Read more on different types of injectables in a special article on our web site, it’ll tell you the differences and how long each of them lasts.


Q 2. Don’t like the result? Don’t know what to do?

One advantage of most cosmetic injectable treatments such anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers is that their actions are only are temporary. The results will diminish in time whether you like it or not. Anti-wrinkle injections last for about 3-4 months and dermal fillers for 6-18 months, depending on the type of filler used.

Additionally with injection of a special substance hyaluronidase in the treatment area dermal fillers, fade even quicker in weeks, rather than months.

This substance lowers the viscosity of the original injection, promoting its absorption and dispersion. If you’re looking for a natural solution to wear off the fillers quickly just do some extra exercises and other physical activities. The faster your metabolic rate the quicker your body will break the ingredients down.

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Q 3. Time for recovery

It’s extremely important to schedule the procedure right. DON’T undergo an anti-wrinkle injection at the last minute, such as the morning of your wedding. It is best to have it done a month before your wedding. You definitely don’t want any possible bruising or swelling on your big day!

DON’T get swayed by the trend factor of “Injections-parties” or bridal Injections-showers. Using injectable should be a well-thought-out decision, not a last-minute idea.

Q 4. What to avoid?

DON’T drink alcohol directly after a treatment, don’t use aspirin or other anti-inflammatory medication beforehand (the latter can make you bruise more easily).

Some sources recommend not to bend over or lie down for six hours post-treatment as this may cause the toxin spreading to any other muscles (this may be true or not but do you want to take your chances??).

Don’t use anti-wrinkle injections if you’re pregnant or even breast-feeding, have medical problems, such as musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

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