Are you ready to get back a little bit of what Mother Nature is taking away? We can help.

As the leading and largest provider of skincare solutions, we are able to bring you the state-of-the art technologies, like the dermal fillers JUVÉDERM® and RADIESSE®. Healthy young skin contains collagen that gives it volume, flexibility and strength. As part of the aging process, natural collagen breaks down, diminishing facial volume. This loss of elasticity and volume results in the wrinkles, facial lines and skin laxity that rob your skin of its youthful appearance. Wrinkle fillers, like JUVÉDERM® and RADIESSE®, can help you welcome back your own natural collagen to smooth out the signs of aging. Not only will you look younger today, but since results may last up to a year or more in many clients, you will enjoy long lasting results, as well.

Whether you’re looking to plump lips, erase smoker’s lines, fill out under-eye hollows, or accentuate cheekbones, our dermal filler specialists will work with you to create the perfect skincare program without surgery or recovery downtime. Most importantly, they will make sure you walk away with a fresh, rejuvenated look that everyone will notice.

JUVÉDERM VOLUMA® adds volume to correct age-related volume loss in the cheeks to help create a more youthful appearance. Lift and Contour your cheeks with VOLUMA.  Lasts up to 2 years

JUVÉDERM VOLLURE™ XC adds volume to smooth the lines and folds around your lips and nose, to help give you the subtle, long-lasting results you want.  Lasts up to 18 months

JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC adds more fullness and plumps thin lips—whether your lips have thinned over time or you simply want fuller lips. Lasts up to one year.

is tailored to add subtle volume to the lips and smooth the appearance of vertical lip lines.  Lasts up to one year

Juvederm Ultra Plus XC (with lidocaine) – adds more fullness and plumps thin lips— smoothes lines and folds arounf your nose and or lips.  Lasts up to one year


Dermal fillers are non-surgical cosmetic treatments used to bring a more youthful appearance by restoring volume or fullness to the face and lips. They work by reducing or eliminating lines, wrinkles and folds in the skin and the effect is seen immediately after treatment.

As skin ages, both naturally and because of other factors such as sun damage, smoking, and poor diet, we lose collagen, fat and other natural moisturising substances from our skin. They can keep you looking young and feeling firm. With less of these, our skin becomes thinner and we start to see lines, wrinkles and folds developing. This is usually more noticeable on our faces.

Put simply, dermal fillers are used to restore that lost volume in the face by plumping out lines, wrinkles and folds.


Various kinds of safe, natural and man-made materials are used as dermal fillers; these have been specifically developed over the years for use in the skin.

Two kinds of dermal fillers are usually suggested for the face: semi-permanent and non-permanent. The semi-permanent type (e.g. Radiesse) lasts up to 18 months. The non-permanent fillers, such as, Hyaluronic Acid (HA) derived Restylane, last for around 6-12 months, depending upon the site of application and the formulation of the material used.


HA is found naturally throughout our bodies: in our skin, bones, joints, and eyes. It acts as a lubricant and moisturizer due to its ability to attract and store water. Hyaluronic Acid is clinically produced, usually from bacterial, not from animal or human sources.

There are different brands that your practitioner may recommend and you will be advised about their side effects as well as their longevity.


Dermal fillers are supplied in a pre-filled sterile syringe for injection. They are manufactured in different thicknesses; some are more gel-like, and others are more liquid.

The thicker ones are used to restore the deeper folds or wrinkles such as those between the nose and corner of the mouth. The thinner ones are used more superficially for fine lines such as crow’s feet.


A local anesthetic cream is used to make the treatment as comfortable as possible. For treatments near the mouth, such as lip treatments, your practitioner will freeze the area with an injection which is similar to a dental anesthetic.

After the treatment your practitioner will give you aftercare instructions to maximize its benefits.


Most people can return to their normal daily life within 2 days, but no strenuous activity the day of the procedure. Your practitioner will explain the possible side effects during the initial consultation.

Side effects are related to the fact that you have had injections in the area being treated, they typically last only three days.

These side effects can include slight bleeding and bruising, swelling may also occur around the area. If you have lip treatment swelling can last 8-10 days.

Allergic reactions to dermal filler treatment are rare but can include: redness, itching, swelling, and hardness, or small bumps under the skin. These side effects may last for weeks or months and sometimes longer, fortunately they are very rare.

If you have a history of cold sores, dermal filler treatment in that area might cause them to break out again. Your practitioner will advise you to use a topical anti-viral treatment such as Zorvirex immediately after the treatment and for a few days afterwards, to reduce the possibility of a recurrence.


The length of time that dermal fillers last depends on the type of filler used and the area injected. On average, you would expect the results of a Hyaluronic Acid dermal filler to last around 6-12 months. Thicker dermal fillers tend to last longer than those used for finer lines. As the dermal filler is gradually broken down and the level of volume you gained lessens, you can choose to have the area ‘topped-up’ to retain the effect. However, if you decide not to, the advantage of non-permanent dermal fillers is that the area will gradually return to how it was before the treatment.


While most people can benefit from this treatment, there are certain medications and conditions that preclude its use. Your practitioner will ask a number of questions to ensure that dermal fillers are appropriate.

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding you would be advised to delay treatment until breast-feeding has finished, this is simply a precaution.


Please make an appointment to discuss the options for skin rejuvenation with our trained medical professionals. Dermal fillers can be complemented by Botox as well as chemical peels. The practitioner will also advise you about skin care including sun protection and moisturizers.

Please make sure that you are fully aware of any potential side effects before benefiting from skin r