Growing older can certainly have its perks, but there are some things that come with age that isn’t that glamourous. Wrinkles, crow’s feet, laugh lines… oh and did we mention wrinkles?!?
Type “best wrinkle fillers” in your favorite search engine. A list of websites appear that you could spend the entire day browsing. You soon will find some remedies that pop up over and over again as you seek out the best solution for those lovely wrinkles.
Hyaluronic acid wrinkle fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid, which is a molecule that helps to plump the skin that yields both a short-term and long-term benefit. Those with sensitive skin will find that hyaluronic acid is typically safe for their finicky skin as well! Want to transform your tired, lackluster complexion into a radiant, firm face? Use a product that incorporates hyaluronic acid such as Restylane or Juvederm.
Synthetic Wrinkle Fillers contain lab created substances that synthetically fill the wrinkles – meaning nothing in the filler is naturally produced. The benefits of wrinkle fillers in this category is that they generally provide a longer-lasting effect, some can even be semi-permanent. The only downfall is that since the benefits are longer-lasting they may be more likely to produce side effects as well. Sculptra and Radiesse are a few of the fillers that contain synthetic materials.
Autologous Wrinkle Fillers are fillers created by removing fat from one part of your body and putting it in another. While this may sound like a dream come true, these types of fillers can be extremely costly due to the processing involved in the fat that was removed and these can also be more painful than the fillers mentioned above.
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Disclaimer: This blog provides general information and discussion about medical, cosmetic, mohs, and surgical dermatology. The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately-licensed dermatologist or other health care worker.