At Entre Nous, we introduced a new filler to our line up: Redensity! Part of the RHA filler family, Redensity is now one of the many types of fillers we offer at our practice, so we thought it would be a good idea to brush up on some filler facts.
An injectable treatment, fillers are only a temporary fix for wrinkles. They require multiple treatments over time to maintain your results. One of the common questions we get from our patients is “how long do fillers last?”
Multiple factors influence the answer to that question. During your pre-treatment consultation, your aesthetician can discuss which filler makes the most sense for you.
The best thing about fillers is that the treatments are quick and painless, so adding them into your regular skin care routine—or squeezing them in before a big event—is a breeze. You can even get your fillers and Botox injections at the same time.
What are fillers?
Most fillers are created using Hyaluronic acid (HA), which is naturally found in your skin. It partners with your collagen to give skin its volume and hold on to moisture. As you age, the amount of HA decreases in your body, which can lead to wrinkles and hollowness in your face.
When your Entre Nous aesthetician injects fillers under your skin, it helps lift and plump the skin, resulting in smoother skin and a more youthful appearance.
How long do fillers last?
How often you need to get fillers primarily depends on your body’s unique metabolism and what kind of filler you use.
You should expect to return for a touch up every 4 to 6 months if you’d like to maintain your results. At Entre Nous, all of our treatment plans are based on your goals as a patient, and we can adjust plans based on your personal needs!
Interested in learning more about fillers? Book your consultation with Entre Nous today!
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