If your filler seems to be looking less voluminous than it used to, you may simply be a little past due for your next appointment! This is normal! Dermal Filler is a temporary treatment—though how long it lasts depends on the exact filler type—and follow up treatments are essential for maintaining desired results. At Akin Aesthetics & Wellness in Riverton, Utah we offer the best Dermal Filler treatments to everyone in the Riverton, South Jordan, Lehi, Draper, Sandy, Salt Lake, and West Valley area. Below are 4 signs that it is time for your next filler appointment.
Your lines are starting to reappear
If your smile lines becoming more noticeable than they were after you were treated in your nasolabial folds or those vertical lip lines seem to be returning, chances are it might be time to get a touch up.
Previously treated areas are looking deflated
If your pout isn’t looking quite as plump anymore, there’s a good chance your lip filler has faded. Similarly, if your cheeks do not appear as lifted, it could be time for another appointment.
Your makeup sits differently
If blush, bronzer, lipstick, and the like are part of your routine, you may notice you’ve started using more blush to highlight your cheekbones or more lipstick to accentuate your lips. While makeup definitely complements filler, a potential sign and easy way to recognize that your filler may have worn off is simply how you’re using cosmetics differently to get the look you want.
Your last appointment was over a year ago
Most dermal fillers last on average 12-18 months depending on the treated areas. Typically if it’s been over a year since your last appointment, it may be time to see your injector again for another appointment. Your injector will be able to tell if your filler has worn off.
Does this sound like you? Schedule a consultation or treatment today with one of our nurse injectors. Book online or give us a call at 801-837-3125.
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