Perfect Your Profile with Chin Filler

In a world dominated by social media and selfies, your profile has never been more important. No, not your Instagram profile; we are talking about your facial profile.

With facial contouring continuing to trend in the beauty industry, many people have turned to dermal injections to create a sculpted, defined jawline without the hassle of toting around their cosmetic case.

1ml Restylane Lyft used in chin. Cheeks were also treated in this photo with 1ml of Restylane Lyft.

Considering getting in on this trend? Here’s what you need to know:

The chin anchors the face and creates symmetry. Changing the proportion of your chin can enhance your face by elongating your neck and highlighting your natural features. Proportion is key when it comes to chin fillers, so it is crucial to have a consultation with an expert to discuss your aesthetic vision.

Dermal filler injections are used to create the profile of your dreams. Depending on your goals, filler can be injected underneath your chin to elongate your neck and enhance your jawline or on the front of your chin to lift the lip muscles and achieve a peppier pout.

Once you decide on the look you want to achieve, a medical practitioner will determine the best filler for you since different types of fillers are used to accomplish different outcomes. Chin fillers are injections, so it may be uncomfortable depending on your pain threshold. However, topical numbing cream and ice help ease any discomfort.

1ml Restylane Lyft in chin. This client also received 1ml Restylane-L in her lips

The best part about chin fillers is results are immediate, and there is no downtime post treatment. Although minor swelling and bruising may occur, you are able to continue your daily activities, so feel free to show off your new jawline!

If you are interested in chin fillers or have questions or concerns before you commit, contact Boss Gal Beauty Bar for a free consultation. We look forward to helping you perfect your profile (both in-person and online 😉)!