Finally, there is dermal filler formulated for use in delicate areas around the mouth, lower eyelids, and lips. Belotero, a lightweight filler containing hyaluronic acid, provides an artful medium for use where precise and subtle sculpting must be done.
The Belotero Difference Is It Integrates Into Skin Tissue
Belotero is a hyaluronic acid-based product with a difference. It is designed to integrate into tissue, which fills in etched-in lines such as crow’s feet and smoker’s lines. It can be used in smile lines beside the mouth as well as moderate folds that run from the nose to the corners of the mouth.
Dr. Torkian uses Belotero in his Beverly Hills plastic surgery practice for patients who are experiencing very early signs of aging as well as those who have more established lines and wrinkles. The hyaluronic acid contained within the gel has a great capacity to bind with water, which expands, thereby smoothing wrinkles and lines.