No – if the product has been correctly placed, which is something that any of the trusted practitioners on the website here will be able to do, it will stay in place. If you think your filler is moving from where it should be, go back and see whoever injected it and get their assessment of what’s going on.
Toxin in your 20s – five things you need to know
Alice and I get asked about wrinkle-relaxing injections in your 20s fairly frequently. So, here are five…
What is HIFU?
HIFU stands for high-intensity focused ultrasound, a treatment that can target various tissue depths in the…
Are you too old for tweakments?
3 reasons why it's never too late for tweakments, and you're not too old!
Price Awareness: Injectable moisturisers
How much does injectable moisturiser treatment cost, and what affects that price?