How Radiesse Can Help You Look Younger & Beautiful

Radiesse can help you look younger
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Everyone wants to achieve a youthful and beautiful complexion. Unfortunately, the poor diet, UV rays, unhealthy lifestyle, and several other factors cause premature aging. The natural collagen breaks down, and skin loses its elasticity, resulting in wrinkles and fine lines—several types of dermal fillers available in the market to rejuvenate the aging skin. Most of them consist of hyaluronic acid. Radiesse is different. Let’s get to know what it is, how it works, and possible side effects.

What is Radiesse?

It is a cosmetic treatment that restores the facial volume, treats hollow and sagging skin. Radiesse is composed of microspheres of calcium hydroxylapatite suspended in a water-based gel. An FDA-approved dermal filler immediately smoothens wrinkles, fine lines and plumps up the areas with lost volume.

How Radiesse Works?

A healthcare professional applies the antiseptic on the area under treatment and injects Radiesse filler with a very fine needle into aging skin. You will feel a slight discomfort with each injection. However, it rejuvenates the tired skin immediately. It triggers the natural production of collagen, fixes wrinkles, and contours facial features. In addition, Radiesse filler contains a natural mineral that gets absorbed into the skin, restores collagen levels, and provides long-lasting results. The treatment is beneficial for treating laugh lines, crow’s feet, frown lines, and hollow cheeks.

Radiesse is Unique

The calcium hydroxylapatite microsphere present in Radiesse is unique and is not a part of any other cosmetic filler. It has fantastic regenerative abilities, reverses the signs of aging, and gets absorbed into the skin without causing any harmful effects.

Radiesse is not only a dermal filler but can be used as an alternative to facial implants. It can add volume to your sunken cheeks, correct irregular jawline, remove nasolabial folds, and soften acne scars.

Convenient and Safe

Radiesse is a convenient treatment. For example, if you want to fix your laugh lines only, it will take a couple of minutes. For larger areas, it can take 15-20 minutes. It saves your time and money because you don’t have to spend a lot of dollars on collagen creams.

In addition, the treatment is safe and effective for skin types. It does not require an allergy test because it is made of material naturally present in your body.

How Long Radiesse Last?

The treatment is impressive in a way that it has long-lasting results. You will observe the immediate results right after getting the treatment done. Skin will continue to become youthful and beautiful over the next few months. As calcium hydroxylapatite microsphere gets absorbed by the skin and activates collagen production, your skin will keep looking better for more than an year.

Possible Side Effects

Radiesse is a minimally invasive procedure. A very fine needle is used to inject the filler. Most people require only a few injections in targeted areas. However, mild numbness, tingling, swelling, or bruising is common at the injection site.

The most significant risk of Radiesse when performed by a non-licensed and un-professional practitioner. It is better to consult a professional to determine which dermal filler suits you. A trained aesthetician can customize the treatment plan to encourage and retain incredible results.

Book Your Appointment with James Christian Cosmetics

We know the aging signs and scars harm your self-esteem and confidence. You can contact James Christian Cosmetics to get youthful and beautiful skin. The James Christian, the director of operations and the creator of James Christian Cosmetics, is a professional injectable expert. Our team is here to help you achieve your aesthetic goals. Don’t hesitate to reach us and talk about your skin concerns.

*Information in this article is not medical advice and may not be factually accurate. It is intended for entertainment purposes only. Consult with a physician before attempting any tips in this blog post and to get the most up to date factual data about any procedure or treatment.