Korean face fillers are basically injectables that can soften muscles under wrinkles on your chin, jaw, cheeks, and even temples.
The beauty industry in South Korea is constantly introducing the latest trends in beauty and cosmetics to look younger, fairer and healthier. Girls usually start at the age of 19 with small cosmetic procedures, and women visit face and skincare clinics every month. So it’s no surprise that Botox and fillers are part of creating the plump, non-porous skin that South Koreans are famous for!
Volume loss is one of the key factors behind the visible signs of aging. Our facial tissues become thin as we age, which means, the lines are going to become etched around our mouth, nose, and cheeks, making them look hollow. A facial filler or dermal filler can replace this lost volume. This plumps the lips, smoothens the wrinkles, and keeps you looking young.
Facial fillers have become very popular. The gel-like injection will be pushed below your skin to enhance your cheekbones, give your eyebrows a lift, and remove those circles from below the eyes. It can also improve your facial contours. The filler injection can be done in about an hour. There is no downtime and only minor side effects.
They have become so popular that more than a million people have got this rejuvenation treatment. Both women and men can get a face filler. It’s now one of the most affordable ways of looking younger without surgery.
Selecting a Face Filler
Luckily, there are many face fillers available at this time. So which product should you choose? According to the doctor at Toronto Botox, this should depend on the expertise and experience of your injector, your budget, and also on your skin condition like its elasticity and level of sun damage.
It is important to choose the right filler. Remember, what works for your friend may not be the best option for you.
Here are the top face fillers for 2022.
As you can see this filler is one of the most popular in Korea as well, here is a list of Clinics for Juvederm in South Korea.
This filler is made with hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring sugar within the body, responsible for giving the skin volume, elasticity, and moisture. Its level goes down with age, causing wrinkles and skin volume loss. When the acid is injected, it plumps up the treatment area.
“Hyaluronic acid is also involved in repairing tissue. When skin is exposed to excessive UVB rays, it becomes inflamed (sunburn), and the cells in the dermis stop producing as much hyaluronan and increase the rate of its degradation”.
Research carried out in 2007 has also shown that it can improve the production of collagen. There is very little risk of an allergic reaction as Juvéderm is developed from a naturally occurring bodily sugar.
This filler is rapidly expanding its customer base in South Korea and can treat many problem areas. Originally, however, it was meant to smooth only skin folds and wrinkles. The gel used here is much thicker, so it can treat severe folds and wrinkles, such as the nasolabial folds. It is also good for enhancing the lips, as the particles used here are much smaller than most other face fillers.
Restylane is FDA-approved and safe. The effect is quick. The injection may even stimulate the natural production of collagen in your body.
Clinical studies have found that like Juvéderm, this injection can also provide good results for up to 18 months. However, an injection for the cheek area is likely to work for up to a year. The average cost is also the same as Juvéderm.
This Korean face filler was originally used for those who were suffering from HIV or the Human Immunodeficiency Virus are reported facial fat loss. It was later approved for cosmetic use for men and women who want to build up their cheeks, increase their skin thickness, improve the sunken areas of their face, and reduce their facial lines and folds. It cannot, however, be injected around the eyes or into the lips.
Poly-L-lactic acid or PLLA is the active ingredient in this face filler. This synthetic compound encourages the creation of collagen. The result may last up to a couple of years. however, follow-up treatments will be needed every four to six weeks. How many treatments you will require will depend on your present skin condition.
This product is generally more expensive than Juvéderm and Restylane.
ReMedium is one of the newest hyaluronic acid filler brands in Korea. It specializes in semi-permanent fillers containing hyaluronic acid. One of the remarkable aspects of the solution is that the fillers are largely blocked. This is achieved through the dispensing process using patented micro granules that allow for very long-lasting fillers.
They use high-quality quality material to guarantee the highest quality. They also make sure that the miles they sell are sold at an affordable price so that anyone can easily afford them.
In addition, fillers containing Hyaluronic October ReMedium can also be removed at any time. The remedy allowed everyone to be completely free of what they wanted to do with the filler when using the filler. Although the healing fillers have been subjected to a high degree of cross-wear, the fillers they produce have also not been chemically modified. Make sure that the fillers you will use will not harm you in any way.
Not only that, ReMedium fillers have excellent hydrophilic ability, which makes your fillers absorb and retain water very much. It provides a well-defined and voluminous filling.
How Facial Fillers Can Improve Your Appearance?
KoreaProductPost editors decided to talk to experts on this topic from across the Ocean, and compare what the difference is between the same procedures that are done in Seoul and in Canada, for example.
You will often find people calling them “wrinkle fillers”. But according to a doctor at a clinic in Toronto, they can do much more than merely smooth the facial wrinkles, though they are very good at this as well.
They work by improving the supply of hyaluronic acid to the skin. Apart from adding volume and revitalizing the skin, they instantly reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lines, and provide other benefits. This gives you a softer and younger look almost instantly. The most common treatment areas are between your eyebrows (glabella lines), the lines between your mouth and nose (nasolabial folds), and the lips.
Where Can the Face Fillers Be Used?
Here are some of the areas –
- Deep wrinkles – Polylactic acid, some hyaluronic acids, and PMMA
- Under the eyes – Polylactic acid, hyaluronic acid are both good. If the treatment isn’t done correctly, it can leave a bumpy or lumpy effect, which doesn’t look good. The FDA is yet to approve a filler for this part of the face.
- Smile or nasolabial lines – PMMA microspheres and most hyaluronic acids will work well. They are all FDA-approved.
- Forehead and crow’s feet – Calcium hydroxylapatite, PMMA, and polylactic acid are all good. However, sometimes, there are complications, especially if your therapist is not experienced.
- Cheeks – Polylactic and hyaluronic acids can plump up and structure your lips.
Face filler injections can also be administered for your chin, lips, chest, and hands. Make sure to work only with the best therapist you can find to reduce the risks of a side effect.