Dermal fillers are helpful in reversing the signs of aging. Considered a minimally invasive treatment, dermal fillers help diminish facial lines while temporarily adding volume to the skin.
The #1 selling dermal filler in the United States, Juvéderm® XC is the first and only non-surgical dermal filler that is FDA-approved to smooth out moderate to severe wrinkles around the nose and mouth. These static wrinkles develop due to the fact that the natural substances providing volume and structure within the skin decrease over time.
How Does Juvéderm® XC Work?
The injection process can be performed during a brief appointment at any SkinSpirit location.
During your Juvederm XC appointment, an expert medical practitioner will inject the smooth gel into the mid to deep dermis, right below the outer layer of the skin.
Benefits of Juvederm XC
This treatment temporarily adds volume to the skin while softening moderate to severe facial wrinkles.
Juvéderm® XC also corrects nasolabial folds - the creases running from the bottom of the nose to the corners of the mouth (also known as parentheses or smile lines), marionette lines and vertical lip lines.
Once injected, Juvéderm® XC will give clients instant, natural-looking results for up to one year. As this is a non-surgical treatment, clients can expect to return to normal activities within 24 hours or less.
What makes Juvéderm® XC different than Juvéderm® Voluma XC? These fillers are designed and approved to treat different areas of the face. Juvederm® XC treats the moderate to severe lines along the sides of the nose and mouth. Juvederm Voluma® XC treats the age-related volume loss in the cheek area.
Want to see if you’re a perfect candidate for Juvéderm® XC?
We can help! Please schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our filler experts in Northern California or Seattle to learn if Juvederm XC could be a good solution for you.
At SkinSpirit, consultations for any service are always complimentary.
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