Sometimes getting a firmer and bigger butt can take more than squats and a healthy diet! One of the solutions is hyaluronic acid buttocks injection. Unlike other forms of butt augmentations, buttocks injections are a minimally invasive way to get a more shapely and beautiful butt! And we are telling you all about it!
How does buttocks filler work?
Derma filler butt lift (which differentiates from the Brazilian butt lift which involves fat injections) is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that helps patients achieve an enhanced shape and size of their buttocks. You are an ideal candidate if you are looking to volumize your buttocks either because they are genetically small, have lost their natural curves due to age or weight loss, or simply want to achieve a rounder shape.
During the treatment, the doctor will inject a derma filler (hyaluronic acid) in specific areas of your buttocks, helping you achieve your desired shape by adding volume and contour. A commonly requested butt shape is the “upside-down heart,” while rarer cases request a rounded “C” shape.
Are buttock injections permanent?
Derma filler butt lift results aren’t permanent, as they last 2 to 3 years with eventual touch-ups.
While butt injections are less invasive than other buttocks augmentations (like implant and surgery), you might experience soreness, discoloration, and bruising after the treatment. You will also need to make some adjustments (avoid exercise for a month, avoid tight clothing…) and take extra care wear compression underpants) during your healing period.
What are the side effects of hyaluronic acid for the buttocks?
Complications from a butt lift are rare, as Dermal filler procedures are considered safe with less downtime for recovery and lower risk of serious complications. As long as they’re performed by a licensed and experienced provider.
Commonly side effects include pain and soreness in the area of your injections. There is a risk of the filler “settling” in a way that makes your butt look lumpy or bumpy. Knowing that hyaluronic acid for the buttocks can’t be dissolved, so if this happens, you have to wait until the injection’s results wear off. Finally, there is also the risk of broken blood vessels from the needle used for your injections.