Dermal fillers

Dermal Fillers are cosmetic injectable gel-like substances that add volume, contour, and smooth the skin’s appearance. They are commonly used in aesthetic procedures to address wrinkles, fine lines, hollowed cheeks, thin lips, and facial volume loss with age. Dermal fillers are a minimally invasive way to rejuvenate and enhance appearance. Various dermal fillers are available, each with its specific properties and uses.


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At Body Lab, we exclusively employ high-quality dermal fillers for the utmost satisfaction of our clients:


  1. Neauvia
    Neauvia’s global presence extends across over 80 countries, showcasing its widespread reach. Established in 2012 as a scientifically-based medical aesthetics company, Neauvia has since transformed into a thriving multinational enterprise, with branches operating in Italy, Switzerland, France, Spain, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Neauvia brand dermal fillers are known for their exceptional safety profile and remarkable ability to seamlessly integrate with natural skin anatomy. At Body Lab, we use Neauvia Intense- dermal filler based on calcium hydroxyapatite.
  2. Teoxane.
    Teoxane is a Swiss-based brand that was established in 2003 in Geneva. It has gained popularity for its cutting-edge dermal fillers and skincare products known for their advanced formulations, safety, and effectiveness in addressing various signs of aging, making it a sought-after choice in aesthetic medicine. At Body Lab, we use Teosyal- a line of hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers designed to reduce wrinkles, restore facial volume, and rejuvenate overall facial, with a reputation for delivering natural-looking and long-lasting results.
  3. Restylane.
    Restylane is a well-known brand of dermal fillers and skincare products that originated in Sweden in 1996. In the United States, Restylane became the initial hyaluronic acid filler that gained the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for cosmetic injections beneath the subdermal layers of facial tissues.
  4. Juvederm.
    Juvederm, also recognized as Hydrafill and developed by Allergan, Inc. in California, United States, received FDA approval in June 2006 for treating moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds. At Body Lab, we employ a selection of five distinct Juvederm fillers in our procedures to cater to a wide range of aesthetic needs and preferences. Every Juvederm filler enhances volume and is tailored to address specific requirements in various facial areas, such as the lips, cheeks, chin, smile lines, under-eyes, or jawline.

The specific indications for dermal fillers can vary depending on the type of filler used, but some common indications include:

  1. Wrinkle Reduction:
    Fill in fine lines and wrinkles on the face.
  2. Volume Restoration:
    Restore lost volume in areas such as the cheeks, temples, and under the eyes, which can occur due to aging or weight loss.
  3. Lip Augmentation:
    Enhance the shape, volume, and definition of the lips for a fuller and more youthful appearance.
  4. Facial Contouring:
    Contour and sculpt the face by adding definition to the chin, jawline, and cheekbones.
  5. Nasolabial Fold Reduction:
    Smooth and reduce the appearance of nasolabial folds (smile lines) that run from the sides of the nose to the corners of the mouth.
  6. Under-Eye Rejuvenation:
    Correct under-eye hollows, dark circles, and fine lines for a refreshed look.
  7. Neckline Reduction:
    Reduce the appearance of horizontal lines and wrinkles in the neck area, often called “necklines” or “neck wrinkles.”
  8. Acne Scar Treatment:
    Fill in depressed acne scars and other facial scars to improve skin texture and smoothness.
  9. Hand Rejuvenation:
    Restore volume and reduce the appearance of aging on the hands by filling in wrinkles and veins.
  10. Chin Augmentation:
    Enhance chin projection and balance facial proportions by adding volume to the chin.
  • Apply ice packs to the treated area for 20 minutes per hour, 4-6 hours post injections, to reduce swelling and minimize bruising. 
  • Avoid touching or massaging the treated area for the first 24 hours after the procedure. This can help prevent the filler from moving to unintended areas. 
  • Avoid strenuous exercise for 24-48 hours after the treatment, as it can increase swelling. 
  • Avoid alcohol and blood-thinning medications (unless prescribed by your healthcare provider) for a few days before and after the treatment, as they can increase the risk of bruising. 
  • Stay Hydrated 
  • Use Sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher to prevent hyperpigmentation in the treated area. 
  • Avoid excessive heat such as saunas, hot tubs, hot wax, and other extreme heat sources for at least 1-2 weeks after treatment.

Hyaluronic acid-based Dermal Fillers typically last for 4 to 12 months.

  • Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.
  • Allergies or Sensitivities to the ingredients in dermal fillers.
  • Active Skin Infections or inflammation at the treatment site.
  • Autoimmune Diseases like lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, or multiple sclerosis. 
  • Bleeding Disorders.
  • Allergy to Lidocaine
  • Recent Cosmetic Procedures, such as laser treatments or chemical peels.
  • Hypertrophic Scarring or Keloids.