August 4, 2022

#WEBeauty: Considering fillers for the big day and beyond?

Makeup may help you look your best on your wedding day, but what happens at your bridal shower, despedida de soltera, honeymoon, etc? If you can’t keep your look consistent, then going through a more semi-permanent option might just be your best bet to looking good all throughout this special phase in your life.

While the best facials can help give your skin a boost of radiance and deliver smoother skin, injectables such as dermal fillers can provide solutions to your other facial concerns such as adding plumping your lips, lessening under eye puffiness, smoothening foreheads, contouring cheeks, to name a few. Dermatologist Dra. Beverly Ong-Amoranto further explains, “Most brides get minimally invasive treatments such as energy based-devices to lift and tighten skin, lasers and chemical peels to resurface and improve skin tone and texture, neurotoxins for dynamic wrinkles and hyaluronic acid fillers for under eyes and for skin glow.”

For those who aren’t familiar yet with dermal fillers, we’re talking about the Easy Adapt HA filler which has the unique CPM (Cohesive Polydensified Matrix) technology. “This particular HA filler blends well into the skin, offering results that feel more natural,” adds the Merz Aesthetic team who is responsible for bringing in this particular filler to the Philippine market.

HA fillers are Hyaluronic Acid-based Fillers. This type of acid can be found in our skin, and is known to help plump the skin. HA fillers are soft and gel-like, adding a boost to where your face needs it the most. Bride-to-be Kally Araneta also availed of these fillers for her big day.

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Consultations are best done before proceeding with a sessions with their partner dermatologists. You can also download their MASJ Myself app where you can try their filters to see how each of their products work for you, including their fillers. You can even earn points and use these to redeem treatments.

Dr. Ong-Almorante recommends brides to “do it at least three months before their big wedding day to give time for the treatment to deliver the maximum effect.” Now, how’s that for subtle improvement every month? And best news? It can usually last up to one year.

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