Are you interested in a non-surgical solution to help stop wrinkles? If so, then injectables may be right for you. When it comes to thermal fillers, it’s an easy solution to lines and wrinkles that have been causing you to feel uneasy about your looks. In fact, according to the National Laser Institute, professionals can administer fillers in just 15 to 30 minutes. Read on to find out more about these solutions.
Botox works by blocking chemical signals from your nerves that cause muscle contraction. It’s easier for your facial muscles to relax and reduce those wrinkles and frown lines that appear with age. Understand that Botox is temporary and will naturally dissolve from your face within a few months. If you want to keep up the results, you’ll return to the special list for more injections. Or you can simply let it dissolve and let your face go back to its previous appearance.
You’ll see beautiful results, but don’t expect to see them overnight. When you go to your specialist for these polylactic acid-based fillers, you can expect them to have gradual results that will appear over the next few months. You’ll enjoy the results for up to two years.
This dermal filler is made from hyaluronic acid. As these injections take effect, they will add volume and fullness to your skin, which will smooth out those fine lines and wrinkles. You can expect your results to last up to 18 months.
As you may know, collagen is a naturally occurring substance in your skin and is the building block of it. Bellafill is one of the injectables that is made from collagen, and it contains tiny microfibers that encourage more collagen formation. The microspheres in these injectables will eventually be replaced by your own collagen tissue. If you want an injectable that has long-lasting results, this is the one to opt for as it can last up to five years, according to Realself.
You no longer have to live with deep lines and wrinkles, and you also don’t need invasive surgical treatments like facelifts. To solve this issue and turn back the hands of time, you have several safe injectables to choose from. To learn more about this option, contact us at Synergy for a consultation.