Thanks to the technology today, we can now get our hands on some great filler such as under eyes filler or lip filler. In the earlier times, talking about fillers was indeed not very open, and above that, getting done was very rare. However, times have drastically changed now, and now fillers have become common.
For a while now, lip fillers (ฟิลเลอร์ปาก, which is the term in Thai) had been the most common. This is because especially women look forward to having fuller and puffed-up lips, which enhanced their entire beauty. Moreover, since lips is a prominent part of our face, it has the powers to make or break the look of the face. Hence this is the reason why lip fillers have become popular now.
On the other hand, many of us face the problem of undereyes wrinkles, and with age and stress level, it does shoot up. Wrinkles give a very bad look to the face and make the individual look 5-6 times more than usual. Hence, for this reason, even under eyes filler (ฟิลเลอร์ใต้ตา, term in Thai) has become common now.
How Do These Fillers Work?
Firstly, we should know that these fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid, which is excellent for the skin. This acid is seen occurring in the connective tissues inside the skin. Hence it primarily gets used in many of the aesthetic procedures and various other tissues. This helps in smoothening the skin and also helps in lifting the skin. This is why the skin looks plumper and puffier.
The procedure of working with fillers is very easy. All the doctors do is place the desired volume underneath the skin, where collagen is lost.
One should avoid undereyes filler or lips filler in case they are associated with any of these points:
- Under Age: If you are under the age of 21, then it is advised not to get fillers done.
- Pregnant Women or Breastfeeding: If a woman is pregnant or breastfeeding, then during that stage, it is advised to avoid fillers.
- Allergy to Bacteria: If your skin is allergic to the bacterial protein, then you must avoid getting into fillers.
There is a common notion about the fillers that they are not safe. But the reality is if you consult an experienced professional, then getting fillers done does not harm you.