What is the best wrinkle filler
The least expensive treatment in Europe is injections of you own plasma. It is super effective since it regenerates your skin by stimulating the production of collagen. No side effects only some swelling on the face that only last for one day.
Unfortunately in the US the FDA not allows dermatologists to use it, but ophthalmologists and other specialists. I wonder why?
I agree! Do your research and homework. Join a Facebook group in your area that discusses all things beauty related, and who they recommend. My dermatologist is passionate about botox and fillers, and has been doing them for 20 years. She’s incredible and keeps up with latest techniques and products. She won’t overuse and prefers a natural look on her patients. She knows so much! Her fiance was injured years ago, and the plastic surgeon cut a nerve in his forehead, causing one eyebrow, to lift, permanently. (known as the Jack Nicholson effect if botox is injected incorrectly) She injects botox to relax the brow, creating a symmetrical appearance.
Find a good plastic surgeon and have a consultation. A qualified practitioner will make sure not to use too much or too little product or inject the fillers in the wrong region, which are the only causes of unsatisfactory results. Injections only look fake when they’re administered incorrectly, which is why it’s important to do your research and be selective. Botox relaxes muscles that wrinkle the face, soften and prevent lines, and aesthetically lift or drop facial structures. Dermal fillers (Bellafill) supports your natural collagen, restore and add volume to the face, giving a youthful, plumped look. Do you research and besure to go to a good plastic surgeon!!!!!
Botox for forehead and crow’s feet
I don’t believe in wrinkle filling skincare. To me, it feels gross, doesn’t work, and is a waste of money.
Exactly. None of them work.
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04.30.17 4:24 AM