The facial fillers used at Mirror Mirror Aesthetics & Wellness are made from (HA) hyaluronic acid. Injectable fillers enhance beauty by eliminating wrinkles, plumping lips, raising scar depressions, and volumizing creases and folds. As we age, our skin becomes more prone to wrinkles and fine lines, especially due to sun damage and muscle movement. Injections of facial fillers provide a solution to such damage.
Contributing to the aesthetic balance and contour of the face. Custom treatments: Lips, cheeks, jawline, tear troughs, chin, neck, forehead, browline, and crow’s feet.
Filler, often referred to as dermal filler, is a type of cosmetic injectable substance used to restore facial volume, smooth out wrinkles, and enhance facial contours. These fillers can provide a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance by mitigating signs of aging like facial lines and hollow cheeks.
The ideal candidates for dermal fillers are individuals who wish to combat signs of aging, like wrinkles and volume loss, for a fresher, smoother facial appearance.
The results of dermal fillers are typically visible immediately after treatment. They provide instant plumping and smoothing effects, though some swelling or bruising may temporarily obscure the final outcome. Once these minor side effects subside, the full effect of the filler becomes apparent.
The longevity of dermal filler results can vary based on the type of dermal filler used and individual factors, but generally, the effects can last from six months up to two years.
Dermal fillers may cause bruising, swelling, or redness at the injection site. The downtime is minimal, and most individuals can resume normal activities shortly after the treatment.
Dermal fillers are often used to treat various areas of the face that show signs of aging or volume loss. These areas commonly include the cheeks (for volume restoration), lips (for enhancement), nasolabial folds (the folds that run from the nose to the corners of the mouth), marionette lines (lines from the corners of the mouth down to the chin), and the under-eye area (to address hollowness or dark circles).