Injectable fillers such as Botox and Juvéderm are commonly used for the face. Many people receive these cosmetic procedures to enhance their appearance. However, they can also be administered in other parts of the body. In fact, these Injectables filler can be used to help a variety of conditions, including excessive sweating, twitching eyelids, and more.
For example, If you wear heavy earrings often, Juvéderm may help to restore structure to your earlobes. This dermal filler can be injected into the earlobe to minimize the appearance of large piercings and sagging skin. It helps to smooth out creases and lines as well as add volume to the area, giving earlobes a youthful shape.
Aside from facial wrinkles, the hands are another age-telling feature. This is because they are often exposed to sun damage and are constantly being used. Over time, hands can become bony or show veins protruding through the skin. Injectable fillers can restore volume and smooth out the skin.
For more surprising uses of common injectables, see the accompanying resource.
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