Nobody likes wrinkles in their skin or aging in their face. When you look in the mirror, you want to look good, actually the best.
Studies say that we find our own self in the mirror ten times more attractive than we really are. So Juvederm is something which here is to maintain that glow for you.
What is Juvederm filler?
To reduce the facial signs of aging, dermal fillers are used that are made up of acid-based hyaluronic. These fillers are known as Juvederm, and it has several different products, all related to skin aging. All the products are created to treat specific problems. Juvederm is a smooth gel-like which is injected in the body.
What are the different types of Juvederm?
Juvederm comes in different types of targeted problems. For example. Juvederm vollure XC is used to plump skin and to cure moderate wrinkles on the skin. This type lasts longer than any other Juvederm, for almost 18 months, longer than any other type of Juvederm. The Juvederm Volbella XC is specifically used for the treatment of lips. When the gel is injected, it plumps the lips and the surrounding wrinkled area.
How long does the Juvederm treatment last?
There are many factors that determine how long do fillers will last. One factor is the area where the treatment is done. The muscle area that has a lot of movements will lose the gel sooner than other parts. This gel will last for 8 months in the area where the movement is high. Otherwise, the Juvederm gel will last up to one year and then gradually it will decrease as the body absorbs the gel.
How much does a Juvederm treatment cost?
The cost varies for different types of Juvederm fillers. It also depends on the number of sessions you are taking. On average, a single syringe will cost around $500-$600. Treatment under the eye will cost you around $1000 per syringe. The Vollure XC costs around $750 per syringe. The Juvederm Voluma XC can cost up to $1500 per syringe. The insurance doesn’t cover the cost for your treatment and there is almost a little or no recovery time after the treatment.
What are the side-effects of Juvederm?
Most of the side effects of Juvederm lasts no more than a week or so. These side effects include redness, swelling, itching, discoloration, bruising and little pain. More severe side effects can occur if the treatment process is wrong i.e. the injection is wrongly injected or the volume of the filler less or more. These can cause blindness or cause a stroke.
The Juvederm treatment for the wrinkles is quite safe. If you are about to have an important social event where you need to look your best, then going for a Juvederm treatment is a good option. The treatment in itself is quite easy and takes no time to perform. Whether it’s a wedding or an important anniversary, you can go for Juvederm treatment.