Professionally administered, Artefill is an injection meant to eliminate smile lines and other wrinkles. Some report dramatic differences after 6 months, and there are hundreds of doctors “near you” that you can be referred to via the website.
Prices vary, and treatments usually cost thousands a piece.
A facelift can generally be attained within the same price range, its results don’t take months to show, and it generally lasts considerably longer.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Artefill is made of one thing: PMMA microspheres. It works its way into your skin small at first, and over time, they enlarge and expand themselves. As an injection, it is strictly regulated by the FDA. But all things considered, such as the fact that the FDA controls and approves botox, which is a controlled dose of poison essentially speaking, we can’t say that the FDA does not take certain “controlled risks.” This kind of risk can be found in all industries, not just wirnkle care. FDA approved and regulated products in wrinkle care however tend to come with a certain number of calculated and guaranteed risks.
Overall Impression of Artefill:
Artefill does have a proven mechanism of action, but so does “lunchtime lipo.” “Lunchtime lipo” has resulted in people essentially developing huge bulges in one area of the body, which is apparently fat accumulating and hardening. We won’t even go into the possible side effects of botox. With Artefill, you can imagine the possible side effects with a foreign element being injected into your body that expands over time, and could keep expanding if injected into or seeping into the wrong area of the body. So, at this time, we will not recommend Artefill.