Get Your Fill: A Basic Guide to Facial Fillers

beach-towel Whether you’re just interested in knowing the basics of facial fillers or if you already have an appointment scheduled, there are a few things everyone should know about facial fillers. From Botox to Restylane, this blog post will discuss the different types of facial fillers and what they’re used for.


As the most popular facial filler on the market, Botox is used to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles across the forehead and around the eyes. Whether you’re in your twenties or sixties, Botox has been proven to fill in wrinkles and give you a more youthful and even looking complexion. Lasting around 3-4 months, Botox is a temporary filler that needs to be redone a few times a year.


Juvederm is a facial filler that is meant for the nose down— meaning any wrinkles around the mouth, and yes, even lip injections. By using a small needle to inject the filler into the skin with, you can have the appearance of fuller lips and less wrinkles around your chin and your mouth. Lasting for around a year, Juvederm is one of the longer lasting fillers on the market.


Similar to Juvederm, Restylane is a facial filler that is used to fill in areas such as the lips and around the mouth. As one of the most popular lip fillers on the market, Restylane gives you the smooth appearance and texture of fuller lips without any weird lumping or abnormalities. However, unlike Juvederm, Restylane only lasts an average of 6-9 months, but if you like the results of Restylane more, it might be worth it to get it done more frequently.

As three of the most popular facial fillers on the market, Botox, Juvederm, and Restylane are all excellent options to choose from. Whether you would like to target your forehead or lips, there is a filler available for you to choose from.

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