Fillers can disgrace wrinkles and keep aging at a halt. There are several types of facial fillers for wrinkles.
Types of facial filler
- Non-Injectable filler (Transdermal Densifying filler) includes hyaluronic acids with different molecular weights, collagens and elastins is the unique anti-wrinkle filler, volumizing filler for at-home use, a filling treatment to be performed without the injections of the aesthetic medicine. No reported side effects.
- Injectable filler helps to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, lines, folds and indented scars, and also to restore volume and fullness in the face. Common side effects redness, swelling, pain, bruising, itching, and rashes can occur around injection sites.
The most common facial fillers are:
- Calcium hydroxylapatite
- Hyaluronic acid
- Polymethyl-methacrylate microspheres (PMMA)
Hyaluronic acid transdermal fillers can be used to improve the skin’s lineament and diminishes in the skin due to scars, injury or lines.
As we age, we start losing collagen and hyaluronic acid naturally, so the skin enters into the dry spell very easily, want to maintain youthful, healthy skin. Hyaluronic acid is a sugar molecule that occurs naturally in the skin, and it helps to bind water to collagen, trapping it in the skin, so that skin can appear ravishing, blooming, and more hydrated. HA (hyaluronic acid) is critical in maintaining skin hydration. Around 50% of the Hyaluronic Acid of the human body is located in the skin tissues.
The most common hyaluronic acid available in the market of cosmetic products are:
- High molecular weight Hyaluronic Acid (similar to the skins) stays on the surface of the epidermis. It boosts moisturizing of the upper layers of the skin, with a fleshy and firming effect.
- Lower molecular weight HA can go through the epidermis barrier and go down to the stratum corneum base, revitalizing skin’s deeper layers. Then, applied to the skin, HA could induce a more important synthesis of natural HA.