Do you know about Voluma?

Renee Hinojosa is so excited to finally share the recently FDA Approved injectable filler, Voluma, with everyone! This revolutionary product lasts super long and can produce results in as little as 30 minutes! To learn more, we turned to a recent article in the Miami Herald that outlines the new product!

In exciting news, the Food and Drug Administration recently approved Voluma to temporarily correct age-related volume loss in the cheek area. It is the first and only filler approved to enhance cheek volume.

Although comprised of hyaluronic acid (HA) like other injectables on the market (such as Juvéderm and Restylane), Voluma is formulated using VYCROSS™ technology that produces filler with more lift and a longer duration than other fillers on the market. Voluma was designed to restore facial volume as opposed to just filling wrinkles.

The best news is that Voluma can last up to two years and the results are visible immediately after the injection. Over the last three years, I have been involved in the FDA trials that led to Voluma’s approval, and I think it’s the best filler I’ve ever used because it flows easily and consistently, allowing me to sculpt the face and lend a fuller, more youthful appearance.

HOW TO MAKE THE FACE LOOK YOUNGER

Loss of volume in the cheeks leads to sagging skin and an aged, hollow appearance.

Combining dermal fillers and botulinum toxins (like Botox), skin-tightening procedures such as Ulthera and Venus Legacy, and using a proper skincare regimen that includes retinol and vitamin C can make you appear years younger and healthier. Add in a healthy diet, regular sleep, an exercise program and a positive attitude and your endorphins will pitch in on your quest for a youthful appearance.

In the past, dieting and exercise would sometimes lead to a thin face and an aged appearance. It is no longer necessary to choose between your face and your body.

With Voluma, you can have the athletic body you want but keep a full youthful face.

WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF VOLUMA?

As with other injectable fillers, side effects can occur. In the research study that led to FDA approval of Voluma, the temporary side effects noted were tenderness, swelling, lumps, bumps and pain. Bruising is always a potential side effect, but this can be minimized by avoiding aspirin, ibuprofen, omega-3s, salmon and red wine prior to your appointment.


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