What is the Best Injectable Filler?
- Posted on: Nov 1 2018
What is the best injectable filler?
This is a question I’m asked nearly every day. The answer is: It’s not that simple.
Twenty years ago we had one injectable filler: collagen. Today we have a plethora of fillers, all with their own specific properties that make each one great for a certain part of the face.
Let’s focus on the Allergan injectable products, since we recently hosted an Allergan Illumination Tour night at YPS. At this exclusive event, I was joined by famed Hollywood (and Beyonce’s) makeup artist Sir John to reveal the newest techniques in injecting filler.
1. Juvederm Ultra / Ultra Plus – very versatile filler to fill in wrinkles like the nasolabial folds.
2. Juvederm Voluma – my favorite filler to plump the cheeks (lasts up to 2 years!).
3. Juvederm Volbella – very fine filler to smooth lines around the mouth and gently plump the lips.
4.Juvederm Vollure – the newest Juvederm product – this is a very smooth injection that is great for lower face wrinkles like the nasolabial folds and marionette lines.
Remember to always choose either a hyaluronic acid filler (like Juvederm products), Sculptra, or your own fat for all your filler needs. I do not recommend any of the other types of fillers, since they do not meet my standards of safety and efficacy.
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