Hyaluronic acid is suitable for injections in large areas of the face, as well as in the cheekbones and chin, and in smaller areas, such as the lips. When the aim is to restore the volume of the cheekbones, a thicker filler is selected, which is injected deep into the area of the cheekbones, both above the cheeks, and at the black circle spots that develop under the eyes due to loss of volume on the cheeks. Hyaluronic acid creates a strong supporting web, which offers increased volume to the area, and tissue lifting, thus fighting “saggy” skin in the middle part of the face. In the same way, hyaluronic acid can also be applied to the area of the chin to restore the loss of its volume, and improve the outline and proportions of the face.
When the goal is to increase the volume of the lips, as well as thinner and superficial wrinkles on the face, for a superior result, a thinner hyaluronic acid is used, which is injected more superficially into the skin of the lips, as well as along the perimeter of the mouth, in order to treat nasolabial wrinkles. The skin of the lips become velvety and gains natural young volume.