Volbella and Voluma Among Allure’s “Beauty Breakthrough Award” Winners


September 22, 2017

Juvederm products are the most popular dermal fillers on the market today so it’s no surprise two fillers from the Juvederm family have received a Allure’s “Beauty Breakthrough Award”. The two winners are Volbella and Voluma, two of our favorites here at Utah Facial Plastics. Juvederm Volbella just received this award last month and Voluma won in 2014.

Juvederm Volbella is a hyaluronic acid filler specifically designed for subtle lip augmentation and to fill in the small lines around the lips (smoker’s lines).

“It’s made with a lower concentration of hyaluronic acid than any other filler out there, so it has a soft consistency and is the best option for anyone who wants a very natural look,” says dermatologist Jessica Wu.

Our injectors like that is soft and doesn’t leave any kind of bumps underneath the skin. It also has lidocaine in it to make injections less painful. The price point is lower for Volbella as the syringe is smaller but typically enough for the lips. This makes natural lip augmentation more affordable for many. Volbella last 1 year on average.

The second beauty breakthrough winner from 2014 is Juvederm Voluma, which was FDA-approved for the cheeks or mid-face in 2014. Voluma uses the same Vycross technology by Allergan but is a thicker formulation and better suited for deep areas of the face. Voluma is popular to augment and sculpt the cheeks and restore lost volume in the mid-face. The great thing about Voluma is that is lasts up to 2 years. The price point is higher but it’s a full 1.0 mL syringe with some serious longevity.

Until the end of September, Utah Facial Plastics is offering a free syringe of Volbella for lip augmentation in Utah with the purchase of 2 syringes of Voluma. This is a savings of $375. To schedule, call (801)776-2220 or contact us HERE.

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This post was written by Jenny Yergensen

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