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This Breakthrough Product Is a Wrinkle Filler Without the Needle

The do-it-at-home hyaluronic acid hall-of-famer filler is now in Manila.
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How do you stop the signs of aging? Some look for results after their frequent trips to the dermatologist, banking on the latest treatments that clinics have to offer. Others try to find the answer from the slew of cosmetic products churned out by various companies all claiming to have found the solution. But for those who have yet to be satisfied, there’s Fillerina.

Brought to the Philippines through the partnership of Vizcarra Pharmaceutical and Swiss company Labo Cosprophar, Fillerina is a revolutionary, at-home treatment that reduces wrinkles and firms the skin. Unlike injectable fillers, this
day treatment is noninvasive, consisting only of a gel and nourishing film that are applied directly onto the skin. This allows consumers to use the product in the comfort of their own homes and without the use of an injector needle.

Supplied with a special applicator that allows the user to precisely hit facial lines, Fillerina comes in three grades that target differing skin conditions and consumer ages. In addition, for those who are looking for a more comprehensive solution, Fillerina also offers a day and night cream, as well as a lip and eye contour cream, all promoting a subtle transformation to natural and healthy-looking skin.

It’s a well-known fact that the true secret to any anti-aging product’s success lies in its formulation. Hyaluronic acid, or HA, is no newcomer to the cosmetology scene. Renowned for its ability to bind large quantities of water molecules, hyaluronic acid keeps the skin firm and smooth, making it a staple in many anti-aging skincare products. What sets Fillerina apart from the rest is its patented formulation. Unlike many products which usually have only one or two forms of HA, Fillerina is composed of six different HAs, each with a low molecular weight. This allows the formula to penetrate deeply into the skin.

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