Importantly, Juvederm is a smooth gel composed of hyaluronic acid (a natural substance that hydrates and volumizes your skin). Significantly, Juvederm is injected under the skin, instantly restoring its volume, smoothing away those pesky facial wrinkles and folds, like those “smile lines” or nasolabial folds. Furthermore, Juvederm produces a natural, smooth look and feel that’s so realistic that no one will guess how you got it. The non-invasive treatment lasts from 15 minutes to 60 minutes depending on the areas that you’d like treated.
Skin Prefect Brothers did it again!!! I’ve been a long time customer and this time a tried Juvederm. It’s only been a week and I feel and look many years younger!!! Skin Prefect Brothers are artist in their craft, they have the best staff members and the best prices!! I love Skin Prefect Brothers. I highly recommend… You will leaving looking and feeling amazing. Norma A. | South Pasadena, CA
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a natural gel-like substance that volumizes the face! Getting the treatment that you need with Juvéderm can help give you back that natural volume that your face has lost over the years without surgery.
When you are ready to get your Free Skin Care Evaluation and Consultation with one of our Beauty and Anti Aging Experts, Give us a Call @ 909-839-0714 Skin Perfect Brothers Medical Spa is located @ 1569 S. Fairway Dr. #226, Walnut, CA 91789. Right on the corner of Colima and Fairway.
We service the following Southern California and Los Angeles areas: Walnut, Diamond Bar, Rowland Heights, Hacienda Heights, La Puente, West Covina, Covina, Chino Hills, Brea, Whittier, Rancho Cucamonga, even Pomona.
How long does the treatment take?
Juvederm takes only about 15 minutes to inject.
Does Juvederm last forever?
No, periodic touchup treatments are required to maintain your appearance. However, Juvederm is approved by the FDA for periods of up to one year.
What are the possible side effects?
The most common side effects include site reactions such as swelling, redness, firmness, skin discoloration, bruising, itching , and pain/tenderness. There is a small risk of infection of the injection site, too.