What Happens to Your Skin After Years of Fillers?

Fillers are a great way to temporarily reduce the appearance of wrinkles and facial lines. However, overuse of fillers can lead to longer-term damage, such as lip wrinkles, impaired attachment of facial fat pads, and skin irregularity and aging. In addition, there are risks associated with fillers purchased online, such as allergic reactions, infections, and skin cell death. Improper injection techniques can also cause swelling, lumps, and more serious side effects.

The FDA has warned consumers against buying dermal fillers online as they may be false, contaminated, or harmful. It's important to note that dermal fillers are not permanent and break down over time. As a result, the initial wrinkles may seem to have worsened after the filler has worn off. However, dermal fillers cannot make wrinkles worse in any way.

Recent studies have shown that repeated and prolonged use of deep tissue facial fillers can cause permanent damage or damage to the lymphatic system of the face. Therefore, it is important to keep in mind that fillers should be used as part of a short-term treatment plan and long-term use is not recommended.

Emmett Whitson
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