Important things to know about dermal fillers in Buckinghamshire

By Dr. TRACY MOUNTFORD, MBBS MBCAM

We all have slightly different skins from one another. That is to say, that each person’s skin will need a different type of care to make sure it is looking its best. Some of us are lucky enough to be born with naturally radiant skins whereas for others this is sadly not the case. One unifying feature behind most people’s skin though is that as it gets older, it becomes less and less able to hold itself up.

This often happens as our skin becomes less able to resist the ageing process and it sags and/or develops wrinkles and fine lines. However, whilst ageing may be unpreventable, it is still possible to reduce the signs of ageing by using dermal fillers in Buckinghamshire. Dermal fillers in Buckinghamshire are an FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved treatment that can volumise and hydrate the skin, which allows it to help fight the signs of ageing and give you a more rejuvenated appearance.

If you are already considering where to get dermal fillers in Buckinghamshire performed then you are in luck, as here at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic, we are experts in delivering non-surgical cosmetic treatments such as dermal fillers, Coolsculpting, Emsculpt and Thermage. Our team of highly trained and skilled practitioners will be sure to treat your skin and body with all the care and attention it deserves. You can be confident that by leaving your cosmetic treatments to us, you will have a positive experience which puts you first.

What are dermal fillers like?

Dermal fillers are a treatment that is administered via injection. Inside the injection is a small amount of gel known as hyaluronic gel. This gels works in a few different ways to add volume to the face and help smoothen out wrinkles and fine lines.

Primarily, hyaluronic gel acts as a substitute to replenish the supply of hyaluronic fluid that already exists in our bodies. This hyaluronic fluid is responsible for regulating and maintaining the moisture levels in our skin cells, as moisture is necessary to keep the skin upright. As time goes on though, the body becomes less and less able to reproduce hyaluronic fluid after our skin cells have used it. The hyaluronic gel works similarly to hyaluronic fluid by providing skin cells with moisture so that they can help the skin to have a fresh texture and appearance.

Dermal fillers also work by promoting our body’s own development of collagen and elastin. Similarly to hyaluronic acid, collagen and elastin are also important compounds for volumising the skin and keeping it elastic, and our bodies also struggle to naturally produce them as we age. In fact, experts estimate that collagen and elastin stop getting produced by the body at around 25 years of age which, relatively speaking, is quite early in our lives for such a thing to happen. Dermal fillers thus also give us more collagen and elastin to further help us achieve soft, fresh-looking skin.

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