Naturally occurring substances in the body are essential for maintaining skin firmness and elasticity and helping the skin appear plump and hydrated. As we age, levels of these substances around the face and décolletage gradually reduce, contributing to the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, and a lack of hydration.
At H&H Aesthetic Medicine, we offer a selection of dermal fillers and skin tightening treatments at our Melbourne clinic which we will hand-pick for you during your skin hydration treatment consultation. We will listen to your concerns and then examine your skin before advising you which type of skin elasticity treatment or face elasticity treatment will best suit your needs.
Your practitioner will conduct a detailed, full-faced analysis and then discuss your expectations and goals. Together, you’ll plan your face elasticity treatment journey towards your best results. Most women are after fuller lips for the perfect pout, while others want a more pronounced cupid’s bow.
Our Cosmetic Doctors will assess your lip and face shape, discuss your desired outcome, and recommend which product and how many visits you will need. We will also discuss what you should expect during and after each treatment.
Dermal fillers are made to replace the skin’s natural loss of volume. They’re designed to minimise the amount of wrinkles, lines and folds on your face, hands and neck.
Dermal Fillers are designed to plump up your skin. Most small areas can be treated within approximately half an hour. Following your skin elasticity treatment, our Cosmetic Doctors will provide you with aftercare instructions.
This depends on the type of filler that’s used and what part of your body is being treated. Although skin hydration injections can last anywhere between six months to two years, they do not last permanently. Eventually, your body will naturally start its normal ageing process again. To ensure that the skin elasticity treatment remains effective, we recommend that you visit our clinic in Williamstown every six to twelve months for a follow up appointment.