BOTOX AND FILLERS
If you are looking for reliable medical aesthetics such as botox and fillers, look no further. Here, on Anna’s Cosmetics, I am offering you the best quality and only CE certified and branded botox and fillers. Both are made in Europe.
BUY BOTOX AND FILLERS ONLINE TO RESTORE THE YOUTHFUL LOOK
Botox and fillers are popular medical aesthetics indicated for removing facial lines, wrinkles, skin folds and improving texture, skin quality and face shape. Usually, the work in tandem. If you are curious how, then please read my blog post “How Botox Can Slow Down HA Filler Degradation“.
WHY BUY BOTOX AND FILLERS
Injecting such medical aesthetics as botox and fillers helps to fill out and smooths away a variety of wrinkles, such as:
Nasolabial folds also known as smile lines or laugh lines.
Crows feet and under eye wrinkles.
Glabellar lines which are vertical lines between the eyebrows.
Horizontal forehead lines.
Smokers lines – wrinkles above the lips and around the mouth.
Marionette lines – skin creases that run from the corners of the mouth down to the chin.
Tear troughs – hollow under eyes or sunken eyes.
Dermal fillers are also effective for lip augmentation which makes lips fuller and more sensuous. These medical aesthetics help to restore facial volume in patients who suffer from lipoathrophy or facial volume loss. Also, they enhance sunken cheeks while creating defined cheekbones. Additionally, they lift the eyebrows and fill out the acne scars.
Some dermal fillers can be even used for non surgical nose job, as a part of facial rejuvenation procedure and for body contouring and body sculpting – breast enhancement, calves enhancement and shaping of the buttocks. You can check out the photos before and after dermal fillers to see for yourself how great these work.
MEDICAL AESTHETICS: TYPES OF DERMAL FILLERS
At Anna’s Cosmetics, you can buy dermal fillers of different chemical make-up:
1. Hyaluronic Acid fillers such as Juvederm, Surgiderm, Restylane, Belotero.
3. Sculptra filler made from Poly-L-Lactic Acid.
Main differences between the mentioned options answer two questions: how long do fillers last and how thick they are.
Softer fillers are used in the lips – Juvederm Ultra Smile, Juvederm Volbella, Restylane, Restylane Lyps. The thicker fillers such as Juvederm Voluma, Restylane SubQ and Restylane Perlane are excellent for creating defined cheekbones and facial volume restoration. Depending on the actual filler and your body features, the results of a treatment with these medical aesthetics will last 6 to 24 months, or even more.
BOTOX AND FILLERS ADMINISTRATION
For many people, treatment with botox and fillers is a simple lunchtime procedure that helps to enhance their facial features, improving their appearance and increasing their self-esteem. Both botox and fillers have relatively minimal risks and no side effects. They are injected in the plastic surgeon’s office, RN’s office or a medspa. Fillers can be administered in many areas of your face and even body. For more information, take a look at my article “Where Can You Have Dermal Fillers?”.
FILLERS VS BOTOX: WHAT MEDICAL AESTHETICS TO CHOOSE AND WHY
It is a normal thing to wonder what medical aesthetic to choose botox or fillers, when you want to improve some age-related changes on your forehead, between eyebrows, lips, and other parts of your face and body. Every woman wants to look beautiful and fresh for as long as possible with lowest risks of side effects.
Botox differs from dermal fillers in so many ways, so it’s important to understand the differences before you make a final decision. First, let us discuss some similarities of these anti-aging treatments:
First, both botox and fillers belong to a category of medical aesthetics.
Second, both are injectable treatments.
Third, both botox and fillers are well-known anti-wrinkle agents.
Last, but not least: both require professional’s assistance.
And this is it! No more similarities, just the differences now.
You see, dermal fillers may contain various substances, which either stimulate your skin to produce more collagen or fill in the areas, which lost their volume due to the aging process. Botox, in its turn, is a botulinum toxin, and it works by paralyzing your muscles.
Therefore, botox works for those wrinkles that form due to your natural facial movements, laughing, frowning, smiling, etc. However, dermal fillers help deal with a wider list of medical aesthetic issues. Besides, they do not make you lose your ability to express your feelings with natural mimics.
If you think that botox is better than dermal fillers simply because it’s permanent, I will have to warn you that it’s not. The action is temporary, and you will need to further inject it, just like the fillers. However, most dermal fillers, besides providing obvious improvements, also help your skin fight the aging process from the inside, thus adding up the value of such treatments.
If you have any questions about making the right choice of rejuvenating treatment (aftercare, cost, how much you need to buy for your procedure), you may discuss it with your medical esthetician or email me via the contact form. I will be pleased to help you the best way I can. You can also read my article Fillers Vs Botox – Which Treatment to Choose. Hope it clears a few things for you.
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