Following a numbing cream application, a soft-tissue filler is injected into the skin on lips, nasolabial folds or marionette lines
What You'll Get
- What’s included: 1ml of dermal filler
- Products used: Revolax filler
What is a dermal filler?
Also known as injectable facial filler, this treatment aims to reduce the visibility of fine lines and revitalise the skin.
How does it work?
A soft-tissue filler is injected into the skin in a series of small injections applied with a fine needle across a 30-minute session. Most fillers are composed of proteins, hyaluronic acid or biosynthetic polymers, or a combination of these. Results vary depending on the type of skin and filler used.
What areas can be treated?
The treatment may target lips, nasolabial folds or marionette lines.
What about the aftercare?
Mild redness and swelling may occur, which will usually fade away within a day, but may last up to one week. Customers are advised to avoid coffee, alcohol, hot drinks and the sun within 24 hours of treatment, and apply cold compresses or ice packs to alleviate the swelling.
The Fine Print
About Tajmeel Clinic
This Bournemouth-based clinic offers a range of services designed to help the customers feel and look their best. The offer includes medical hair transplants and hair restoration as well as facial fine lines softening treatments such as dermal fillers, microneedling and PRP. The offer also includes platelet rich plasma treatment for the treatment of hair loss. Clinic offers as well Scalpmicropigmentation, fibroblast plasma and non surgical face lift- PDO THREAD LIFT., and muscle relaxant injections.