Dermal fillers work by filling in wrinkles from the inside with a substance related to the structure of our skin for a long time. So the decision to buy dermal fillers wholesale is made by many specialized beauty salons.
Types of dermal fillers
There are different types of fillers, here are the main ones.
- Dermal fillers. Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of the cells and is absorbed over time, the preparations based on it are completely safe.
- Non-resorbable fillers. This is a polymeric gel made of artificial chemical compounds. Such substances are non-poisonous and hypoallergenic, but complications are more likely to occur with them. Since any foreign body in the human body is encapsulated, this can also happen with synthetic fillers, leading to the formation of seals.
- Prolonged Resorption. They combine the first two groups of medications. Their effect lasts longer than biocompatible ones, and there are no side effects as with synthetic fillers.
- Autologous fillers. Because these preparations are composed of the patient’s own tissues, they are perfectly compatible with the body and give the most durable effect with the least risk of complications. One of the varieties of autologous fillers is lipofilling, which uses the patient’s own fatty tissue that is injected into the correction area. Over time, it can either resorb or be fixed at the injection site, thus giving a permanent effect.
Fillers based on hyaluronic acid
Fillers based on hyaluronic acid (HA) are more organic. This acid is part of the connective tissues: the average person has 15 grams of hyaluronic acid. HA is a polysaccharide, which, under the action of enzymes – hyaluronidases, decomposes into simpler compounds. Therefore, the period of validity of injections of fillers containing HA is only 6 months, sometimes 12 months, after which the procedure must be repeated. These include Restylane, Juvederm, Belotero and Surgiderm fillers.
Some fillers, such as Juvederm ULTRA from the manufacturer of the famous Botox, have an anesthetic added – lidocaine. On the one hand, it makes the procedure, which lasts up to 45 minutes, more comfortable, but on the other hand, there are additional contraindications to the use of the drug, associated with individual intolerance to lidocaine.
Some organizations or private practitioners are ready to offer you procedures of contouring, wrinkle correction with fillers, using synthetic fillers based on liquid silicone. Please note that these substances are foreign to the human body and therefore do not decompose in tissues and are not excreted from them. Also after injection silicone can migrate, thicken and cause inflammation in the injection area.
The result of using fillers
- Restoring or enhancing the shape of the lips;
- Correction of nasolabial folds;
- Strengthen the facial oval;
- Correction of deep wrinkles;
- Elimination of fine lines and wrinkles;
- Volume increase in the cheekbone and chin area;
- Modeling the contour of the face.