JUVÉDERM® is a safe and effective non-surgical option for refreshing your appearance. Currently, there are several varieties of facial fillers on the market, but the patented formulation in JUVÉDERM® offers you the following facial rejuvenation benefits:
- Smooth, natural looking results.
JUVÉDERM® contains a smooth consistency gel. Unlike other hyaluronic acid (HA) facial fillers made of granular bead-like gels, the smooth formulation of JUVÉDERM® provides results that look and feel very natural.
- Clinically proven to last up to a year with a single treatment.1
- Comfortable treatment experience.
JUVÉDERM® XC (extra comfort) contains lidocaine – an effective localized pain reliever. This formulation provides an injection experience that is gentle and comfortable, so you can feel good during and after treatment.
- Immediate results.
JUVÉDERM® provides an instant improvement in the areas treated. Most patients require only one treatment to achieve optimal wrinkle smoothing or volume enhancement.
- Quick and easy procedure.
Unlike a face lift, JUVÉDERM® is a non-surgical, healthcare professional-administered treatment that can generally be performed in only 15 to 60 minutes (depending on the areas treated) with minimal recovery or downtime.
- Reversible and biodegradable.
A further advantage of JUVÉDERM® is that the treatment is reversible. If you don't like the results, you can return to your pre-filler appearance. HA fillers are biodegradable, meaning the gel breaks down over time and disappears, unnoticed, from your body.
- Proven safe and effective.
JUVÉDERM® has been approved by Health Canada and is also the first HA facial filler that has demonstrated effectiveness in persons of colour.
1 Applies to JUVÉDERM® Ultra and JUVÉDERM® Ultra Plus.
- Pinsky, M., Thomas, J., Murphy, D. and Walker, P. JUVÉDERM® Injectable Gel: A Multicenter, Double-Blind,
Randomized Study of Safety and Effectiveness. Aesthetic Surg. 2008;28:17–23.
- Allemann, I. and Baumann, L. Hyaluronic acid gel (JUVÉDERM®) preparations in the treatment of facial
wrinkles and folds. Clinical Interventions in Aging 2008:3(4) 629–634