The difference between Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Dermal Fillers

The difference between Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Dermal Fillers

Anti-Wrinkle Injections

What is it: By preventing muscle contractions, anti-wrinkle injections are the most effective way to minimise or erase frown and fine lines in the short term.

Used for: Frown and forehead lines, crow’s feet and lifting brows. It can also be used on depressed corners of the mouth; neckbands and lower jaw muscles; and it can be used medically to assist with muscle spasms, migraines and severe sweating.

Results: Expect to see full effect between 2 to 14 days post-procedure, with results lasting about six months.


Dermal Fillers

What is it: Dermal fillers are directly injected into the skin with the purpose of plumping the area to a point where the wrinkle is no longer visible. Fillers replace the lost volume, by supporting and lifting the sagging skin, and stretch the collagen matrix, enchanting the health of the skin and allowing the dermis to make an abundant amount of new collagen.

Used for: Adding volume and smoothing out creases around the mouth and nose, plumping thinning lips, enchanting cheekbone structure and increasing volume.

Results: Often referred to as a “liquid face-lift”, results are immediate and can last up to a year.


“64% of Australian women agree facial dermal fillers are more socially acceptable then they were five years ago”*
*from Marie Claire Australia.

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