Fine lines and wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process and lifelong sun exposure, But you don't have to put up with them. Juvederm is a great way to smooth out those wrinkles and add volume to the face.
How Long Does Juvederm Take To Settle?
It is the most popular dermal filler in the world and people love it for how quickly it renews the skin and adds volume to empty areas. It is also appreciated as a quick and easy treatment with no downtime. However Juvederm before and after needs time to settle in before you see the final results.
How It Works
Once the filler penetrates the affected area, it begins to move through the skin, smoothing wrinkles, filling in cavities, and instantly improving your appearance. Then the product begins to break down and actually penetrates the dermal tissue, where it binds to water molecules.
The result is wonderfully hydrated and supple skin. The main ingredient in the filler is hyaluronic acid, a sugar that our body produces. this sugar is capable of attracting and retaining 1,000 times its own weight in water.
This filler works naturally, just like the hyaluronic acid your body already produces. Because it works that way, it takes two to three weeks to fully stabilize your skin. This means that while you will see immediate improvement, you won't see your end results right away. Once that's done, you can choose if you want to change your look in any way, although most people are very happy with what they see!
There are several things you can do to improve your results and see them faster. The first is to abstain from drinking throughout this period. Alcohol is a diuretic that will actively work against the load and the results you want to see. to avoid is the sun.
The sun's UV rays can actually destroy the hyaluronic acid in the filler, so wear protective clothing and good sunscreen if you go outside. Finally, Do not do strenuous exercise the day after your treatment. Sweating and high body temperatures will prevent the load from stabilizing as quickly as possible.
What Is Juvederm?
This product is part of a family of fillers, all based on hyaluronic acid. They are all used to fight the signs of aging, and each formula is designed to specifically address different issues or areas of the face.
Each dose of filler contains hyaluronic acid gel in different thicknesses. Different thicknesses are more or less appropriate for different areas of the face or different problems some are perfect for lipstick lines, while others are designed to treat those really deep wrinkles. Each of the products in the line contains lidocaine, which allows you to feel comfortable during the treatment. The gel works by lifting the skin directly from underneath, and it does this naturally so no one will know you've had treatment unless you tell them. Since hyaluronic acid is a lump of natural sugar, it is very rare for a person to have an allergic reaction to it. If you are allergic to lidocaine, come talk to us about your options.
How Can Juvederm Help?
If you are just starting to see wrinkles around your eyes, mouth, or forehead, this filler can help. These wrinkles start out almost invisible but deepen over time. This dermal filler is an excellent approach to keep the initial indications of aging from becoming deeper wrinkles.
Fullon wrinkles occur due to the constant movement of our muscles when we express (dynamic wrinkles) and the breakdown of collagen in the skin (static wrinkles). As we age, our skin produces less and less of this important protein, but fortunately, dermal fillers can treat even severe static wrinkles.
As our skin develops fine lines and wrinkles and loses collagen, it tends to relax. The strong underlying structure, a matrix built and supported by collagen, begins to flake off. Dermal fillers help rebuild this matrix, lifting and firming the skin for a more youthful appearance.
Loss Of Volume
Another effect of collagen loss is a sunken or sunken appearance, especially on the cheeks. There are several reasons for this, but an injection of hyaluronic acid restores water and volume to the area, strengthening and lifting the skin.