As we age, we lose 1% of our body’s hyaluronic acid each year after the age of 25 or earlier.
This loss is not only on the face, it involves the skin all over the body.
The elbows start to look crinkly, the earlobes shrink, the knees show hollows, hands and feet start to look ropey, the neck looks lax and also the buttocks and breast/chest tissue changes.
The dermal fillers are helpful in restoring all these losses when used properly.
Strong Fillers/ tough gels are also helpful in providing lift, correcting nasal humps, reconstructing chin and improving hip dips.
Moderate strength fillers provide contours, rejuvenate hands, knees, neck, earlobes etc.
Soft fillers are used to reduce appearance of dark circles, under eye hollowness, tear trough, improve lip hydration, volumize lips, improve lip definition.
Non cross linked hyaluronic acid improves the water holding capacity of skin and makes it look moisturized and hydrated.