I'm 22, male, with under eye bags, marionette lines and nasolabial folds. What are my options? (Photo)
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22 year-old man with tear troughs, deep NLFs and marionette lines
Then since it looks as though your face is fairly oval you could masculinize your features subtly if desired by having some #Voluma or #Radiesse to the jawline, which will help the marioneete lines indirectly, and maybe some Radiesse in the chin area which looks depressed to me, and the marionette lines.
Please leave the NLFs alone; filling them will give you an unnatural, simian look!
22 with bags under the eyes and deep flods...what to do?
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Hyaluronic acid gel filler is less invasive and safer than eyelid or cheek surgery. Restylane and Restylane Perlane, both with lignocaine, can be given via a single entry point on each side, using a canula. The canula helps deliver the hyaluronic acid gel feel in the cheek with a lower risk of entering a blood vessel and so helps lift the trans-cheek depressions and helps camouflage the lower eyelid tear troughs. The nasolabial folds can either be injected using several needle pint injections, or predominantly by canula. Very gentle light Restylane around the mouth and chin will help the marionette lines.
Check the potential side effects before proceeding. Any injection of filler can cause bruising, swelling, very rare risk of entry into a blood vessel with serious effect on vision or neurological effects. Hyaluronic acid gel is reversible with an off licence use of hyaluronidase in the UK if the volume is wrong or it looks asymmetrical. Very rare biofilm complications can also occur.
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