Dermal Filler Treatments

Could your cheeks do with an uplift?

Our cheeks make up a large proportion of our upper facial features, the light, shadows and contours, can add definition and shape to our face. As you age your cheeks become flat and deflated, losing volume and creating heavy lines, and folds in the lower face, this is one of the first signs of an ageing face.

Freshen your facial features

To freshen your facial features and soften some signs of ageing, re-volumising your cheeks will restore shape, contour your upper facial features, inadvertently soften under eye hollows (which give you a tired appearance), improve a pronounced nasolabial fold (nose to mouth lines) and tighten a sagging jowl.

If your cheeks could do with an uplift, to improve a saggy or dull appearance contact Amanda for a complimentary consultation.

How will you benefit from cheek fillers?
• Fuller cheeks and restored volume.
• Reduction in the appearance of fine lines and deep wrinkles.
• Shaped and contoured upper facial features.
• Soften hollows under eyes, to look less tired.
• Cheek Augmentation.
• Soften nasolabial folds.
• Soft lifting appearance of jowls.
• Restore lost facial volume.

Cheek fillers provide a safe alternative to surgery, are minimally invasive, with less recovery time, plump and restore volume immediately. The consultation time is 20 mins and the procedure takes 15 mins. Topical anaesthetic provided for comfort, local anaesthetic within the injection, lasts up to 12 months, depending on skin type, the severity of wrinkle, metabolism, area and volume injected.

Together we can make a difference!

Amanda Azzopardi – Advanced Nurse Practitioner – RM, RN, INP, DIP, BHS

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What clients are saying

“Amanda’s professionalism and product knowledge are excellent. My first session with her was in November in my own home. The treatments offered were excellent and the products do exactly as promised. My skin has never looked or felt better. What do I recommend about Amanda? Everything.”