Dermal Fillers

Celebrities and Dermal Fillers

Non-invasive, temporary dermal fillers are being used by an increasing number of people, who also include well-known celebrities. Dermal fillers have become a go-to product, and not just for cosmetic augmentation. In fact, dermal fillers boost extensive surgical properties, such as treating dark circles and acne scars.

Most commonly known as injectable dermal fillers, popular brand names for the product include: Juvederm, Restylane, Profhilo Sofiderm and Stylage. The popularity of fillers rests on the fact they have no permanent effects. Also, they utilise a natural compound known as hyaluronic acid (HA). HA is produced naturally by the body, but it diminishes with time, resulting in the effects of aging.

Many celebrities have, in recent times, spoken of using or having used dermal fillers. Some of those celebrities include:

Kylie Jenner

The controversial billionaire Jenner sister, Kylie is known for her range of make up and her dramatic ‘glow up.’ Part of this ‘glow up’ was a lip augmentation using dermal fillers performed by Dr Simon Ourian, which preceded her multi-million-dollar success as a beauty product icon. She admitted as much on national television, describing her lips as an “insecurity.”

Britney Spears

As a self-expressed lover of all things related to skincare, Britney Spears publicly acknowledged her use of dermal fillers during a 2014 interview. After gushing over her skincare routine, the mentioned the lip augmentation procedure. Dr Raj Kanodia of Beverly Hills, California, performed the non-invasive procedure using hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers. In comments, he reiterated, “I don’t use fillers as fillers. I use fillers as lifters,” alluding to the product’s unique and attractive properties.

Katy Perry

Katy Perry’s use of dermal fillers helped the star treat a problem she was suffering with for a long time. After exploring numerous options to treat her chronic dark circles, the singer now swears by fillers. In fact, in comments during the interview, she described the stigma around body alteration to be diminishing.

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