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Boost Your Patients’ Pouts with Juvederm

Boost Your Patients’ Pouts with Juvederm
With full, luscious lips becoming a bona fide craze in the world of beauty, practitioners are hearing more and more requests for the infamous “Kylie Jenner pout.” Although a variety of products have promised these results—including lip suction cups and plumping lip glosses—patients are now coming to understand that Jenner’s look may only be achieved through lip fillers. Luckily, Juvederm offers a variety of formulations for augmenting the lips, allowing you to safely provide your patients with the results they so desire. Which Juvederm formulations are best for lip enhancement? When it comes to lip augmentation and volumization, Juvederm’s most effective products include Juvederm Ultra XC and Juvederm Volbella with Lidocaine. Both formulas are suitable for use by a licensed practitioner or physician, with results lasting up to 1 year. You May Also Like: Buy Juvederm Ultra XC Buy Juvederm Ultra Plus XC Whether ...

Are your Patients’ Cheeks Revealing Their True Age?

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Add youth with Juvederm While your patients are worrying about their fine lines and wrinkles, they may be missing an extremely obvious signs of aging: midface volume loss. Characterized by the natural reduction of fat in the cheek area, this cosmetic issue may cause the skin to sag, adding years to even the most youthful-looking face. With Juvederm injections, however, the cheeks can be plumped and sculpted, revitalizing and rejuvenating the face—and shaving years off of it. What causes midface volume loss? Midface volume loss is caused by both the atrophy of fat compartments in the face and the age-related decline of the body’s hyaluronic acid content. When this vital substance is lost, the skin becomes weakened, sallow, and dehydrated. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally within the tissues and joints of the body. Because has an innate ability to retain water molecules at the cellular level, it works to hydrate and volumize cells, keeping the skin plump and m ...

Botulinum toxin A vs B: Ingredients, Cost, Benefits and Effects

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What is botulinum toxin? Botulinum toxin is a neurotoxin derived from the bacteria Clostridium botulinum. While there are 8 types of botulinum toxin (types A through H), only 2 types are used in humans and sold commercially and medically. Botulinum toxin A vs B You will learn: What is it? Injection techniques How does it work? Are there side effects? Ingredients Can I become resistant to treatment? How much will it cost?  Botulinum toxin type A Botulinum toxin type B Conclusion Type A – Botulinum toxin type A, when injected into muscles, blocks neurotransmitters from sending signals between the brain and the nerve, effectively preventing muscle contractions from occurring. Type A is available sold for cosmetic and medical uses under the brands Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin. Botox and Dysport are both provided in powder form and require reconstitution using saline solution prior to injection at a doctor’s office. Type B ...