Eloquence Deep will be on a buy one, get one half price offer throughout February. All you need to do is add Eloquence Deep to your basket, then add the discount code DEEPFEB. A pop-up will appear with the discounted item, simply press add to cart and your discounted items will be added to your basket. This offer works with multiple items, for example you can add 2 boxes to your basket, enter the discount code, and receive 2 half price boxes, and so on.
If you are interested in finding out more about our most popular dermal filler, continue reading.
What is Eloquence Deep?
Eloquence Deep is a long-lasting hyaluronic acid filler, with a thicker substance than Eloquence Fine. This high-elasticity dermal filler has a range of uses, making it a go-to product for many professionals, as it is versatile and easy to use.
It’s perfect for filling and plumping the skin. You can also accentuate and augment the cheeks, chin and lips.
What areas can you use Eloquence Deep?
Eloquence Deep can be used to fill moderate wrinkles on the face, and it’s ideal for lifting and plumping the skin. The main treatment areas for Eloquence Deep are:
- Wrinkles (nasolabial folds, marionette lines, glabellar lines etc.)
Sculpt your face to perfection with our best-selling dermal filler.
How long do the results last for?
Eloquence Deep can last for anywhere from 6 to 18 months. The longevity of results depends on a range of factors. This includes the client’s age, lifestyle, metabolism, and the area being treated. Treatment can be repeated after 6 months, to achieve your desired look.
What are the risks and side effects?
Like most dermal fillers, there are minimal risks and side effects to Eloquence Deep. However, you may experience some redness, swelling, and bruising at the injection site. This should reduce within a few days.
This treatment should be carried out by a fully trained practitioner. Before any treatment you should have a full consultation, and you should inform your doctor of any allergies, medication, or pre-existing medical conditions. Your doctor should also take you through all potential side effects, and aftercare steps.