Juvéderm Volite Skin Booster - North Medical Spa
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What is a Juvéderm Volite Skin Booster Treatment?

Volite is an innovative injectable treatment designed to improve skin quality for up to 9 months. Using a skin conditioning Hyaluronic acid (HA) gel, Volite is injected into the middle layers of the dermis across the surface of the skin to nourish the skin health from the inside out.

Juvederm Volite is designed to deliver improvements on a range of skin quality components including smoothness, removing fine lines, improving hydration and elasticity.

Traditional skin booster injections require three sessions over  2-3 months, with a repeat process within six months. However, Juvéderm Volite only requires one session with results lasting 6-9 months.

The procedure usually lasts around 15-30 minutes depending on the area being injected.

What is the Juvéderm Volite Skin Booster Treatment Like?

This treatment is done by administering a series of tiny injections across the face to plump and hydrate the skin while smoothing out roughness and depressions.

Does the Juvéderm Volite Skin Booster Treatment Hurt?

The procedure is very tolerable as we apply a numbing cream for 20-30 minutes pretreatment.

When Will I See Results?

Improvement in the skin tone and hydration can be seen after two weeks, and you will see the results to continue to improve after that.

When Can I Return to Work/ Normal Activities?

Downtime is minimal, following the treatment you will be left with tiny injection marks, which will subside over the next 1-3 days. These marks can be concealed with makeup if needed.

Is this Treatment Safe?

Our highly trained Medical Practitioners will be able to see whether Juvederm Volite Skin Booster is right for you. To ensure your safety, it is important to share your current state of health. It is also vital to share any changes to your health and any medications you may be taking with your North Medical Practitioner at every appointment.

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