The permanent filler known as Artefill is available once again after a short hiatus. Spread out over the course of about three session, the injectable-which contains anesthetic and microsphere-encapsulated collagen that the body doesn’t absorb-is best for correcting folds and wrinkles.
Unlike other fillers, Artefill requires a skin test four weeks before treatment to make sure you’re not allergic. While the results of Artefill are immediate and have been clinically proven to last up to five years (even though the label states 12 months), the only way to undo it is to have it surgically removed.
With permanent fillers, it’s imperative to know that it could potentially cause problems with how well your face will age since there is movement of the underlying structure but not of the product itself.
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