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What Are Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Fillers?

There are many different types of fillers, such as Juvederm & Voluma.  These are made from hyaluronic acid, which is a substance found naturally in the body’s connective tissues. Once injected, they have the ability to plump facial skin that has lost volume or elasticity from aging. Hyaluronic acid fillers fill in wrinkles from the inside, making the skin appear younger and rejuvenated. Additionally, fillers made from HA help maintain or restore hydration, volumize the skin and even help to stimulate new collagen growth.   Hyaluronic acid fillers are a very popular choice for reducing the appearance of facial lines that result from aging.

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Our bodies naturally produce hyaluronic acid, which is a substance that has the ability to hold onto moisture in our skin. As we age, our hyaluronic acid production slows down drastically and our skin loses the capability to retain moisture. In doing so, our skin loses firmness and plumpness causing us to look tired and aged. Hyaluronic acid has the incredible abilities to attract and store moisture in the skin, helping the skin to appear rejuvenated and plump.

Fortunately, though we cannot replenish the same amount of HA we once produced, there are 2 viable options to help restore your body’s need for hyaluronic acid.

The first option is to invest in a medical-grade, pure hyaluronic acid product, which can be found in a nourishing serum and applied directly to your skin to help quench dehydrated skin and promote a supple and smooth complexion.  With each drop of pure hyaluronic acid, your skin will appear brighter, firmer and more rejuvenated.  Most all of patients will benefit from HA, to not only help reverse signs of aging but also to be used as a preventative for years to come.

Another great option for restoring hyaluronic acid in your skin and also provide more volume to your skin is by the use of hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers.

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