Those first lines that you notice nearly always grow wider and deeper as you age. If you do not treat them immediately, you will find that they simply do not respond to topical treatments and may even be too deep to respond to skin treatments. However, you still have a solution available to you in the form of dermal fillers. This is a minimally-invasive skin remedy treatment that could help you forego the need for more invasive surgeries while still feeling great about your rejuvenated look.
What are Dermal Fillers?
The most popular options these days are made from hyaluronic acid-based gels. Hyaluronic acid is a chemical naturally found in your body. It draws moisture to itself. Therefore, when we inject dermal fillers beneath your skin, the gel immediately provides a partial effect, and the hyaluronic acid continues to provide increased effects as more moisture is brought into the area. Two of the most common lines that we can treat with dermal fillers are marionette lines and lip lines.
Addressing Your Marionette Lines
Much like the lines around the chin on a little wooden puppet that allow its mouth to open and close, marionette lines on your own face are formed after years of opening and closing your mouth. These deep grooves are vertical lines that extend from the corners of your mouth down either side of your chin.
Filling in Your Lip Lines
Lip lines are far smaller than marionette lines but are often just as noticeable because of how many of them there usually are. These tiny vertical lines surround the lips on both sides and are often called smoker’s lines because of how they appear when your lips are pursed.
Of course, dermal fillers can also be used for much more than these issues. They are frequently used throughout the face to add volume and fill in lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers are well-loved because they are so easy to use and they provide natural-looking results.
If you are tired of dealing with lines around your lips and on your face? Speak with our professionals at Skin ReMEDI about dermal fillers. Contact us today to book a consultation at our office in Atlanta or Alpharetta!