Our faces are made up of ‘ fat pads ‘ which reduce as we mature. Cheek chin filler can counter this volume loss which can cause wrinkles to appear in the cheek and lower face/mouth areas.
Nasolabial (nose to mouth) and marrionette (below the mouth) lines are often more effectively treated by replacing these lost fat pads by dermal fillers, this can often improve the skin on the jaw line.
We now offer Teoxane products for cheek chin filler.
The leading Swiss expert in the science of hyaluronic acid.
Established in Geneva, Switzerland in 2003, TEOXANE Laboratories was founded by Valérie Taupin with the vision of combining innovation, quality and consumer safety to develop high performance, avant-garde Hyaluronic Acid dermal fillers and dermocosmetics products based on rigorous scientific research.
Small beauty acts done in the right places can make a huge impact on your daily life. Every drop of Teoxane’s hyaluronic acid is a concentrate of Swiss science created to have a powerful effect on how you look and feel, ultimately filling your life with beauty.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is one of the main elements of the extracellular matrix (ECM): a matrix that creates spaces between cells and acts as a scaffold to all living cells. It is the ECM that determines how our tissues look and work.
When it comes to HA, size matters.
High molecular weight HA (HMW-HA) is the most beneficial for skin as it is able to bind larger amounts of water.
HMW-HA therefore provides good lubrication, hydration, and space-filling properties for tissues, important characteristics for injectables and skin products.
On the other hand, if the molecular weight of HA is too low, it may cause inflammation.
Hyaluronic acid plays a critical role in skin health by stimulating the production of cells called fibroblasts. Fibroblasts are in turn responsible for producing collagen and elastin. Thus hyaluronic acid provides desired levels of hydration and elasticity while keeping the skin firm and supple.5 It also acts as an antioxidant, protecting our cells from damage and therefore allowing the ECM to function correctly (for example, in wound healing).7