Difference Between Dermal Fillers & Neurorelaxers
As you grow older, skin starts to lose its natural elasticity and volume, which can lead to sagging and wrinkles.
Your skin is your body’s first line of defense, and it’s the also the first thing someone sees. Skin affects how old you appear, and your skin’s fullness and texture can affect how old you feel.
At Barba Skin Clinic in Miami, Florida, we offer a number of restorative, non-surgical aesthetic procedures, which can have your skin looking and feeling younger quickly and with little to no recovery time.
If you’re interested in natural-looking results that improve the beauty of your skin, continue reading to learn how dermal fillers and neurorelaxers can make you appear younger today.
How do Dermal Fillers Work?
Dermal fillers are also known as facial fillers, and the effect they have is commonly referred to as a liquid facelift.
Dermal Fillers include:
With every passing year, the amount of natural collagen and elastin in your skin decreases. As this happens, skin appears dry, thin, and deflated. With less collagen and elastin, your skin also becomes vulnerable to fine lines and wrinkles, which make you appear older.
Dermal fillers can restore lost skin volume, which allows the skin to look smooth and refreshed. Fine lines, wrinkles, and even scars will look diminished. Some fillers, such as Sculptra, even encourage collagen production, meaning they can provide longer-lasting results that look natural.
Dermal fillers are commonly used for:
- Smile lines
- Sagging cheekbones
- Thin Lips
Dermal fillers are so popular because they are non-invasive and offer immediate results!
How do Neurorelaxers Work?
Neurorelaxers also target fine lines and wrinkles. However, they are more commonly used for dynamic wrinkles caused by natural, repetitive facial movements while dermal fillers target areas that have experienced volume loss because of reduced collagen and elastin.
Neurorelaxers include Botox and Dysport. In order to reduce these dynamic wrinkles, Botox and Dysport are injected into specific facial muscles in order to relax them and limit their movement. By relaxing these muscles, dynamic wrinkles can be diminished or even eliminated.
Neurorelaxers are commonly used on:
- The eyebrows
Neurorelaxers are also very popular since they can be administered non-invasively in a half hour or less. However, they may take up to a week to provide noticeable results.
Book an Appointment Online With Barba Skin Clinic
Are you ready to look younger by restoring your skin’s natural volume and by reducing fine lines and wrinkles? Book an appointment online with Barba Skin Clinic.