Sagging and loose skin after Voluma and Hyaluronidase. What's my best option? (Photo)
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Not all of the Voluma is dissolved
Your face looks puffy/chubby, than it is saggy. It is hard to dissolve all of the filler in a single session. If you have had many syringes it will likely take multiple sessions to wash out most of the Voluma.
Don't compound the problem with additional treatments when you may not have fully reversed the Voluma treatment.
The benefit of using a hyaluronic acid filler is that it can be dissolved. Since you are young, your skin should be quite elastic and snap back similar to a young person who was overweight and got into great shape.
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Sagging and loose skin after Voluma and Hyaluronidase. What's my best option?
The skin on your face doesn't look saggy. It looks puffy which could be because it takes more than one session to dissolve the Voluma. I would advise you not to have anything else done until you've finished healing from the hyaluronidase.
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Thanks for the question. Based on these pictures its hard to tell whats going on as they are low quality photos. Also, is the before picture before treatment or before dissolving the Voluma?
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