Unlike dermal fillers, Profhilo is administered to precisely targeted areas across the face and spreads across the skin to deliver a comprehensive hydrating and revitalising effect. Meanwhile, dermal fillers address more specific areas where volume in the skin has been lost and where dark circles and hollowness have developed.
If there is a specific concern such as tear troughs or lost volume across the cheeks that you wish to address, dermal fillers are the more viable option. If you’re generally unhappy with your overall complexion and suffering with fatigued-looking skin, Profhilo is more suitable.
If there are specific area of your skin you’re particularly unhappy with, but you also feel your complexion could use some TLC, it’s possible to have Profhilo and dermal fillers are an combination treatment.