What is facial contouring?
Facial contouring, also known as facial sculpting, is a cosmetic procedure that improves the general appearance of the face.
In 2018 it has all been about ‘hitting them angles’ whether this means when we take a selfie, an Instagram picture, contouring our face with make up or even contouring our face with fillers. In today’s social media crazed world, we all want to promote the best version of ourselves. Our face is what makes us individual. It’s our identity. It’s how we interact with work colleagues and friends and how we express emotion and attract relationships. So it’s not hard to understand why so many people are investing hundreds of pounds into enhancing and improving facial features which we may not be satisfied with.
Why is facial contouring better than surgery?
Quite rightly, a lot of people would find it insane to have surgery on their face. Surgery creates significant health risks, particularly that it’s a permanent change which you may not like. That’s why facial contouring through fillers is becoming increasingly popular. The fillers which are used are temporary, lasting approximately 18-24 months and also can be easily dissolved if you aren’t happy with the results.
What are the benefits of facial contouring?
Facial contouring can help to enhance the jawline, chin and cheeks. The fillers are placed in the dermis using a cannula or needle to help with facial rejuvenation and beautification. These include the enhancement of bony features, facial shaping and the lifting of soft tissues. This can help patients to appear more attractive, more youthful or refreshed.
Fillers may be used to restore volume loss, smooth junctions, project and lift tissues and define features. The broad product range of fillers allows different products to be used in each area: softer fillers under the thin skin and muscles, more viscous products with higher lifting capacity in the cheeks and jawline.
What’s involved with the procedure?
Facial Fillers are performed with topical numbing cream being applied to the patient, and pain level can vary from none to very mild discomfort. The fillers are injected with a cannula. This may cause some swelling and bruising for a few days, however using cool packs can help to reduce.
Facial contouring prices
Is your chin too small or short? Do you have pits, wrinkles or lines on your chin? Fillers to help a small or short chin in relation to the rest of the face can be properly restored adding extra volume to help to protrude
Chin Filler Prices:
Is your jawline a bit on the undefined side? Do you have a small, rounded jawline or have loss laxity?
A well-defined jawline can change with age. This is a result of a natural decrease in muscle and bone mass. Alternatively, an under formed or weak jawline can be genetic. Fillers can be used to stiffen the skin and define the jawline.
Jawline Filler Prices:
Are your cheeks flat, lost volume, sagging, hollow or sunken?
Cheek Fillers can add contour, replace lost volume and add cheek projection to create a natural, lifted appearance.
Cheek Filler Prices:
1 ml £230