Dermal fillers (also known as ‘injectable face fillers’) are injectable gels made of high-density molecules which add volume or structure to the site where they are injected. They are one of the riskiest tweakments to get if you don’t go to a trusted practitioner due to the complete lack of regulation around the products in the UK. However, when used properly and safely, they can work wonders in reshaping and revolumising areas of the face.
This page is about dermal fillers in general. If you’re looking for information about the lips, then head over to my dedicated page on lip fillers. If you’re looking for information about the use of fillers in nose reshaping, then head to my page on non-surgical rhinoplasty. Scroll down for all the FAQs about dermal fillers.