Combination Treatments, Dermal Filler Treatment, Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers

Sunken cheeks and sagging jowls can be caused by the effects of gravity, weight loss and exercise. Loss of fat tissue in the face and years of facial muscle movement can make you appear older than your actual years.

At Revivify London we work to replace this lost volume; we use hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers to correct lines, wrinkles and folds of the skin. Hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers are natural and non-animal derived clear gels which volumise the facial tissue, resulting in facial enhancement and also hydration of the skin.

Our in depth understanding of the ageing process means we respect the natural harmony of the face. We always take into account facial features and proportion. During these rejuvenation or enhancement procedures we aim to improve the overall aesthetics of the face, creating a beautiful, natural and balanced result.

Hands and décolleté can also be treated using dermal fillers to restore volume and rejuvenate the skin.


  • Do not apply makeup or creams for at least 6 hours after your treatment. Mineral makeup may be applied after the treatment.
  • Apply ice and arnica cream if you get any bruising.
  • The treated areas should not be exposed to extreme heat such as sunbeds or saunas for at least 2 weeks.

What can Dermal Fillers treat?

  • Lines, Wrinke & Folds
  • Laugh lines (Nasolabial lines)
  • Mouth to chin lines (marionette lines)
  • Smile lines around eyes (crow’s feet)
  • Tear trouhj (Under eye circles)
  • Frown lines
  • Smokers or lipstick lines (lip lines)
  • Mild acne scars
  • Lip shaping
  • Lip enhancement
  • Cheek enhancement (Sunken cheeks)
  • Jowls
  • Chin enhancement
  • Nose reshaping
  • Hands
  • The décolletage area
  • Face and neck
J Before and after 1 wh

What are the prices?

All treatment packages are personalised. Price start from £250


How long will the procedure take?

Depending on the procedure and the desired outcome, between 30 and 90 minutes.

How long will it last?

Most hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers will last between 6-12 months. Longer lasting dermal fillers can last up to 18 months. Hyaluronic acid is naturally degraded in the body over a period of time, and the time taken can vary from person to person.

Can I see results straight after treatment?

Yes! There may be a little swelling, but this will resolve within a few days.

Will it be painful?

The procedure may be a little uncomfortable. We can make this more comfortable by applying topical anesthetic cream before the procedure, or by giving you a numbing injection prior to the procedure. Additionally, the dermal fillers that we use contain Lidocaine, which is numbing agent.

How do I know if I will like the result?

At your consultation we can show you the enhanced results using computer simulation software. For lips, we offer the option of a temporary filler that will last 24 hours to two weeks. This temporary filler can help give you a better idea of whether you will like the longer lasting effect.

What is the down time?

There may be temporary swelling, redness and sometimes bruising. This can easily be covered with mineral makeup after the treatment. You will be able to carry on with your daily activities soon after the treatment.

What are the possible side effects?

Immediate redness, swelling, burning and itching around the treatment site are not unusual and should settle within the first few hours

Bruising and swelling lasting up to 2 weeks are not very common and should resolve without any intervention

There may be slight blue discolouration of the treatment area

Cold sores may sometimes erupt following lip augmentation, if you are prone to having cold sores, please inform your consultant and preventive measures will be put in place

Although infections or abscesses are rare, it can happen. In case of infection, it will be treated with antibiotics

Nodules under the skin (Granuloma ) are very rare, and can be treated with a steroid injection into the affected area

Tissue necrosis is a very rare possible side effect and can be treated

Hypersensitivity or allergic reactions are not common and can be treated.

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