The only FDA-approved treatment to smooth facial wrinkles and folds
What does Juvéderm Vollure XC treat?Juvéderm Vollure XC is intended to restore volume throughout the face, including cheeks, foreheads, nose, mouth, lips, chin, jawlines, and temples.
Need to Know
Lines caused from smiling
Moderate facial wrinkles or deep depressions
Severe facial wrinkles or depressions under doctor recommendation
The procedure is outpatient meaning you will be able to return to your normal life following the treatment. Potential side effects include:
- Minor bruising, tingling or temporary loss of sensation near injection site
- All subcutaneous injections come with a rare risk of infection
What to expect during your visit?
Once the fluid has settled, your provider will once again clean off the injection site and update you on your post-injection directions. Following your treatment, you should avoid the following for at least 24 hours:
- Strenuous exercise or any other activity that would result in extensive sweating
- Alcoholic beverages
- Sun or heat exposure
- Application of makeup
If you are experiencing any bruising or swelling, you can use an ice pack to alleviate the affected area.
Frequently Asked Questions
This non-surgical, injectable procedure will restore volume and character to your face almost immediately. And, with no downtime required, you will be back to work in no time!
The VyCross technology gives the injected gel malleability. Deep within the facial tissue, the gel is able to relax and respond to your every expression which adds a natural feel on top of the increased volume. Results from the initial treatment can last up to 18 months and minor upkeep can maintain your desired results into the future. This makes it one of the most cost effective treatments options readily available.
Benefits of Juvéderm Vollure XC include:
- Increased volume around the target area
- Restored character
- Fluid and flexibility showing off a natural look
- Smoother and gentler skin
There is a minor pinch and numbing that comes with the injection. However, there is lidocaine used in the injection to numb the pain. Alternatively, a numbing cream can be applied to help alleviate any minor discomfort.