6 Areas That Dermal Fillers Can Improve

6 Areas That Dermal Fillers Can Improve

Dermal fillers contain a smooth gel made from hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a naturally occurring substance in the skin that works to stabilise structure, attract and bind water, and improve elasticity. HA fills the space of volume loss which improves folds and wrinkles. It also stimulates skin cell renewal, significantly boosting hydration and improving skin elasticity, resulting in a plumper and more youthful complexion. Check out this list of 6 common areas where fillers can be used.


Plumping the lips might be today’s most well-known use for dermal fillers.  Lip filler treatments can be easily customized to achieve a subtle enhancement to the natural shape of the lips & to even out the texture by filling in lines & creating symmetry. Lips also develop fine lines or “lipstick wrinkles” over time with the repetition of facial expressions like smiling, laughing, or frowning. Fillers can reduce the appearance of those fine lines so clients have younger lips at any age.


The cheeks are an area that tends to experience volume loss with age, especially for runners & those who participate in high impact exercise. Expertly injected fillers can restore volume & the youthful appearance to the cheeks without the “face freezing” affects that can be associated with Botox. This creates an overall energized & younger looking face without the traditional face lift surgery, which is invasive & requires significant recovery period.


Tear trough, infraorbital hollowing (hollowing underneath the eye area). Easily fixed with using dermal fillers, great results are obtained. With using Juverderm Vobella we are able to create a smooth natural look and feel under the eye, achieving an excellent result. No more comments “You’re looking so tired” or “you have such dark circles underneath your eyes. Tear trough cosmetic injecting is advanced work, you’re in the very best of hands with Rosalie, being an advanced injector, with having performed numerous Tear trough work with excellent outcomes.


Dermal filler injections are commonly used as a nonsurgical option to reshape areas such as the chin and jawline this can improve a patient’s side profile & reduce the appearance of a sagging neck. Thanks to this, fillers have eliminated the need for surgical procedures to fix these commonly complaints.

Marionette Lines & Nasolabial Folds – FILL IT JUVERDERM VOLIFT

Marionette lines are those lines below each corner of the mouth that can significantly add age to ones face. Fillers can very easily fill in that lost volume in these lines to instantly take years off a face and restore balance with the rest of the face. Often referred to as smile lines, nasolabial folds are the lines seen from the sides of nose to the corners of the mouth. This area is easily corrected with filler to create a softer, youthful yet natural look to the face.


Scars can create indents & uneven texture, and are especially unwanted on any area of the face. Even if they are barely noticeable to others, facial scars are a common insecurity for people who have them. Fortunately, dermal fillers can be used to lessen the appearance of scars & even out the surrounding texture. Eliminating scars as well as the other common uses of dermal fillers allow for a subtle & nonsurgical solution to facial imperfections, often times leading to an overall increase in self confidence in the patients electing for this procedure!

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Rosalie is a Cosmetic Registered Nurse with over 38 years’ experience in the medical industry. After undertaking advanced injectables training at the Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science under the renowned Plastic Surgeon Dr Jason Oates, Rosalie opened the Refresh Rejuvenate Clinic in 2014.

Rosalie continues her medical training working as a Registered Nurse and holds additional post graduate certifications in cosmetic nursing including Advanced Dermal Filler, Advanced Anti-wrinkle Injectables, Advanced Cosmetic Nurse Injector, IPL and Laser Safety Officer, VOC Certificate in Cosmetic Nursing, Advanced Life Support and IV Cannulation. As a Registered Nurse (RN), Rosalie also is qualified as a Rural and Isolated Practice Endorsed Nurse (RIPEN).