Contouring is one of the biggest beauty trends of the decade. It is used by women and men globally to highlight certain desirable features, hide others and create the illusion of a slimmer more defined face. This trend demands time, patience, an abundance of products and a certain level of skill. While the results speak for themselves, if you are always on the move, it can be difficult to consistently maintain your appearance.
Dermal fillers have a large assortment of uses from lip enhancements to wrinkle fillers but did you know you could use dermal fillers to give your face long lasting contour?
To find out if you can achieve your contoured look with dermal fillers contact Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic today.
Dermal fillers work just as their name suggests. The gel-based treatment is injected into the skin where they fill small voids and hollowed areas in the skin caused by age and genetics.
Made to imitate natural substances in the skin (such as collagen), dermal fillers are made to eventually be re-absorbed into the tissue.
When used for contouring, the gel is injected into specific areas where it will enhance and accentuate certain features. This means you will be waking up with your highlights and contouring already done!
Contouring with dermal fillers will not only help you achieve similar highlighted effects that enhance your best features while disguising those you find less attractive, these results are semi- permanent allowing you to retain your look with minimal effort.
Dermal fillers offer three-dimensional contouring that looks more natural. While make-up provides an optical illusion, contouring with dermal fillers actually creates the contours you want; filling hollows left by age and weight fluctuations and altering the shape of your face slightly for a more youthful and elegant appearance.
Your skin will also be left thanking you as wearing thick layers of make up regularly can damage the skin causing acne, discolouration and accelerating the process of aging. Not having to wear layer upon layer of makeup on a daily basis will give your skin time to breathe.
When deciding to use dermal fillers it is important to weigh the risks and the benefits against each other. These may be different from person to person.
Although there is a low chance of any serious complications arising from the proper use of dermal fillers, as with any cosmetic procedure, the risks exist.
The most common types of side effects from using dermal fillers are skin related and include bruising, swelling, itching, skin irritation, rashes and break outs.
Dermal fillers are also semi-permanent. Depending on the specific type that is used, you may need to have maintenance done on your procedure. Conversely, this gives you the opportunity to decide after the experience whether you want dermal fillers again.
Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic is a leader in beauty, cosmetics and customer service.
Our range of dermal fillers is chosen based on the purpose of the filler as well its suitability to the needs of each client.
Contact us now to find out more about our range of injectable dermal fillers and the many ways you could use dermal fillers to get and keep the look you want.