Non-surgical ideas for defining your facial structure, cheek bones, and more

Everyone wants a beautiful, well-defined facial structure; it’s the type of face you see every day on tv and in magazines, but it’s not something most people are born with.

The good news is several non-surgical solutions can rejuvenate the skin, restore volume to hollowed-out areas, and do it all with natural-looking results. Most of these treatments are quick, painless, and can be done in a half hour or less.

Botox for wrinkles

Botox and other fillers like Dysport and Xeomin relax the muscles under the skin that tighten it up, causing wrinkles and resulting in a smoother appearance. It’s been a tried-and-true treatment for wrinkles for decades. It’s most peoples’ first step into cosmetic treatments.

What does botox work for?

  • Forehead lines
  • Smile lines
  • Eleven lines
  • Crow’s feet
  • Marionette lines

You can expect a Botox treatment session to take anywhere from 15-30 minutes, making it a quick wrinkle-deleting treatment that can be done on something as short as a lunch break.

Dermal fillers add volume (or restore it) for patients

Dermal fillers are a versatile treatment used to add volume and define parts of the face like the:

  • Lips
  • Cheeks
  • Forehead
  • Jawline
  • Neck

They are mostly painless and can add volume to the face and smooth out different wrinkles, creases, and fine lines in the skin, creating a more youthful and glowing appearance. They’re a widely used treatment cornerstone of most cosmetic professionals’ toolkits.

Kybella injections can erase undesirable features of the face and neck.

Are you looking to restore the definition to your jawline and lower part of your face, or want to remove a pesky double chin that you can’t seem to target with diet and exercise; Kybella may be the perfect cosmetic treatment for you. It’s an FDA-approved treatment designed to destroy fat cells, making it one of the most popular cosmetic treatments for a double chin. Once this happens, your body naturally gets rid of the cells.

Microneedling and chemical peels reveal youthful skin.

Both chemical peels and microneedling are used to remove the upper layers of the skin to reveal younger, more vibrant skin underneath and spark the natural healing processes of the body and skin.

Chemical peels are a specific form of acid available in three depths, otherwise known as strength levels. They range from light to deep and have various recovery times and results that are important to understand. Your aesthetics professional can help you navigate the perfect treatment for you.

Micro-needling, conversely, is a device used to accomplish many of the same goals as chemical peels. It gently creates micro-wounds in the skin that spark the production of collagen and elastin, two naturally-diminishing compounds associated with the bounce and elasticity of younger skin.

Botox, dermal fillers, and other facially defining treatments are available in Columbus, Ohio, at CVVA.

We provide a customized treatment plan to every patient looking to define their face using Botox, Dermal Fillers, or some combination of the two.

If you’re interested in getting started and learning more about these treatments, get in touch with us and schedule a private consultation. You and your aesthetics professional can go over your goals and all the options available to reach them.

Average rating:  
 0 reviews

Related Posts

Are Spider Veins Dangerous?

Are Spider Veins Dangerous?

Varicose veins and spider veins appear as swollen, colored, twisted veins that appear mostly on the legs. They are usually purple and reddish in color. Spider veins lie under the surface of the skin, while varicose veins will raise the skin where they are and break...

Is filler a good solution for dark under-eye circles?

Is filler a good solution for dark under-eye circles?

Today we ask: Are undereye fillers the best solution for dark circles under the eyes? Read along with us for this post for all the details! What are dark circles under the eyes? How do dark circles form and get worse? Everybody's eyes (for the most part) are made the...