Treating and preventing premature signs of aging can be difficult. With Juvederm Voluma specifically, you can not only transform your face now, but help prevent signs of aging in the long-term.

What is Juvederm Voluma?

Juvederm Voluma is a non-surgical injection composed of a hyaluronic acid filler. This is a naturally occurring substance found in your body and it’s used to lift and treat your face in areas such as cheeks, chin, and lips.

How does Juvederm Voluma work?

Juvederm Voluma is a filler made with a version of hyaluronic acid, which is a substance your body both makes and breaks down naturally.

Hyaluronic acid helps your cells retain as much water as possible, which is responsible for keeping your skin moisturized and plump.

This means that when you get a Juvederm Voluma treatment, you are naturally adding back plumpness that’s been lost due to aging. As we get older, our bodies produce less hyaluronic acid, which leads to signs of aging.

Regular Juvederm Voluma treatments replace this lost volume, resulting in younger, healthier looking skin.

Juvederm Voluma for Cheeks

Juvederm Voluma is commonly used in order to increase volume and contour the cheeks and give them a natural, fuller appearance.

Over time, your body naturally declines the production of hyaluronic acid and collagen, which can lead to a less full, voluminous appearance. Because your cheeks lose volume, they can look flat and your skin may begin to sag.

Juvederm Voluma treats this, giving you back years of fullness after a single treatment.

How long does Juvederm Voluma last?

Juvederm Voluma is the only filler proven to last up to 2 years after treatment. And when treated again 2 years later, patients need less filler to achieve the same results.

This compares to other fillers, which can sometimes only last up to 6 months, requiring more frequent treatments and visits to your dermatologist.

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