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CODE BEAUTY: 10 minutes of Filler

Welcome to our 4 part series of all things, CODE BEAUTY. For our first episode we will be talking about Filler and specifically the common places where Filler can be injected. Join us on this journey so you can learn where each type of procedure can be done. Now we just have one question, are you ready? If you want to listen to our episode now you can do so by CLICKING HERE.

Note: that newer fillers are hyaluronic acid based which is nice because you can dissolve it and the added bonus of having a more natural look!

♡ Where can you inject Filler?


  • To fill out the temples as they become more hollow

  • Will need about 3 to 4 treatments for a good effect

Under eyes

  • One of the more popular procedures

  • Watch out for lumps and bumps

  • Can last up to a year


  • Depending on the product you use you will need multiple sessions to develop this look

  • Can last a long time

Nasolabial folds

  • One of the more popular procedures

  • To eliminate the lines along the folds or minimize them

  • Depending on what product you use this can last about a year


  • One of the more popular procedures

  • Need to figure out what look you are going for because this will determine the filler you will end up using

  • For example, the softer fillers are more natural but not as long lasting

  • So many options to choose from but choose which is best for you

  • Also typically people find the lips as being most painful to inject!

Frown lines around the mouth

  • If they are deep enough you can actually fill them in

  • However, it’s not as effective for everybody

Chin lines

  • Filler can be used to fill some of the lines in the chin area!

♡ Secret Tips

  1. Expert and Safety is Key

  2. Hyaluronic acid fillers are a plus... in most cases

  3. Have realistic expectations

  4. Take your time

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Disclaimer: The Content on our podcast/website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

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