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For those looking to balance their profiles or enhance the contours of their cheekbones, jawlines or chins, dermal fillers may provide the solution.


How it works?

The leading dermal fillers used by most UK practitioners are hyaluronic acid-based products. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance within the body, which makes adverse reactions to it unlikely.

When injected into the skin, the filler immediately adds volume and shape where necessary. This enables the practitioner to create cheek, chin and jaw contours.

Who is it for?

Dermal fillers can be used to create more contoured jawlines, cheekbones and balance profiles.

Adults of all skin types, tones and genders are appropriate candidates for profile balancing.

Side effects & risks

After your treatment, you can go about your normal day.

Post-treatment advice may include:

  • iced water soaks or ice packs to help to reduce swelling (although this is generally not required);

  • the use of painkillers such as paracetamol. This is often not required but may be used if required for a few days after treatment;

  • arnica (a homeopathic remedy) cream or tablets are sometimes recommended a few days before and a few days after treatment as there is some evidence that this can reduce bruising.

Bruising and swelling should go down after a couple of days but can persist for a week.

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