Juvederm’s Latest Cosmetic Filler
Why Age? Get ready to look years younger. Facial correction without surgery, scars, or taking time off?
Juvederm Voluma is the latest facial cosmetic filler in Allergen’s Juvederm’s family of products, created by the makers of Botox.
Let’s face it, we all age. And with that comes the loss of volume in your facial area.
Today, there are more effective and painless, non-surgical ways to address this problem.
Voluma – the volumizing cosmetic facial filler, is used to provide a more natural similar ‘lift’ without surgery.
The goal is to restore volume in your face as well as to create a natural, youthful appearance.
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Voluma cosmetic filler helps to restore the balance and heart-shaped proportions to your face. With Dr. Peter Klainer, a well-known talented injector, your face will look more youthful in a matter of minutes. If you have areas where fullness is needed due to the effects of aging or extreme weight loss, the FDA approved leading filler can restore your youthful glow in just one visit. See for yourself the results of restoration and bringing the youth back
Some history about Juvéderm Voluma XC
*Is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as the first injectable filler to instantly add volume to the cheek area.
Unlike other fillers that are used to increase cheek structure, Voluma is a hyaluronic acid (HA) filler. HA fillers are made from long chains of sugars that occur naturally in the skin. Juvederm Voluma is unique in that the HA is cross-linked through a process called Vycross that helps provide an excellent lifting capacity. This special cross-linking also helps to avoid degradation, making Voluma last almost twice as long as other fillers. Studies have shown that it can last up to 2 years. And since it is an HA filler, it can be molded and shaped into the desired contour after injected. Juvederm Voluma is the latest cosmetic facial filler to gain FDA approval. It has been available in Europe since 2005 and is used in 72 countries worldwide.