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young skin is beautiful. As we age, though, we lose some of the fullness and moisture in our skin. Loss of hyaluronic acid (HA) is partial to blame for this. We also lose collagen and elastin, leaving skin dry, wrinkled, and dull. Luckily, there is a treatment that can help replace some of the hyaluronic acids, and one FDA approved source is described herein.\nFor More Info: https://harcourthealth.com/what-is-the-difference-between-juvederm-and-juvederm-voluma/
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Juvederm is a non surgical filler used to give your face a fuller, smoother appearance. There are several forms of this hyaluronic acid dermal filler, including Juvederm Ultra and Juvederm Voluma. Each formula is used for different areas of the face, but both work the same way.
Voluma is thicker and more gel-like. It is used in the harder areas of the face — cheekbones and chin. It actually settles on top of the bones, adhering to them. It adds thickness to those areas, giving a lifting appearance. This helps with the loss of density that occurs with age in the bones, fat, and muscles around the facial structures.
This fat grafting procedure allows a faster recovery compared to the traditional facelifts. The process can be performed using local anesthesia.The results are natural and transformative when compared to the volume lost as we age. The procedure is less likely to cause allergic reactions and is a long lasting facial filler.
Both products are made of hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a natural sugar found in skin. There is no human or animal DNA found in HA. An added benefit of injecting this naturally occurring substance is that collagen production may increase as a result. This of course will only enhance a more youthful appearance.
Unfortunately, these treatments are not permanent, but should last approximately one year. The need and frequency will depend on the product and placement of your treatment. Your body chemistry will also help determine how long the treatments last.
For best results, you have some skin and health care needs to address before and after treatment. Taking these steps will decrease side effects, especially bruising. Avoid NSAIDS: Aspirin, Excedrin, Ibuprofen, Aleve, and Advil for 1 week prior to and 2 days following treatment. Tylenol is acceptable, since it is not an NSAID.
As with all medical procedures, contraindications do exists to receiving treatment with Ultra and Voluma treatments. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not have these treatments at all, and those who bruise easily should only proceed with treatment upon the advice of their primary care physician.
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