Dermal Filler


Dermal filler be done by Phi-injection Pen which is a needle free device that generates enough pressure hyaluronic acid products into human skin. It forced liquid through its specially designed ample containing a hole capable of creating an ultra fine steam of liquid able to penetrate the skin to help re volumizing mature skin by filling out wrinkles or to enhance lips by adding fullness and symmetry.

How Long Dose it Last ?

Just like any other skincare procedure, individual results will vary.

Generally Dermal Filler last up to 12 months. The longevity of a lips filler depends upon the original size of the lip, anatomy of the peri oral area, coral commissures, upper cutaneous lip size and the amount of preexisting collagen. The anatomy of the lip and peri oral area plays a major role with lip augmentation. Some people may need more than one filler to rebuild peri oral area and then achieve the lip fullness.

The most commonly used dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid, a natural compound that aids in the production of collagen and elastin.

Consequently, it also gives your skin structure and plumpness, as well as a more hydrated look.

 

After Treatment

Do not scratch or itch at or around the injection site. Itching sensation is normal and generally subsides within a free hours to a few days. If these symptoms last longer than 3 days please contact us.

 

To help alleviate bruising, use an ice pack or products to reduce bruising, eg arnica ointment.

 

Until the swelling and redness have subsided, avoid intense heat in the treated areas eg sunbathing sunbeds, saunas, spa, hot wax, hit beverages and food, spicy food( in case of the lips) also avoid extreme cold such as skiing or other winter sports.

 

Avoid alcohol or strenuous exercise, as it may result in additional bruising.

 

Avoid laser treatments, abrasive treatments, chemical peels etc until the redness and swelling has disappeared.

 

Minimize movement in the treated area ( lips - no smoking for 4 hours, kissing for 24 hours ).

 

If there is a visible bump, you need to massage the area.