Eloquence Fine Offer:
Currently, we are having an exclusive buy one, get one half price, offer on Eloquence Fine. All you need to do is add Eloquence Fine to your basket, and then add the discount code FINEJAN. There will then be a pop-up, where you can click add to cart to add your discounted products, before completing your purchase. 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. See the images below for an example.
Make sure to purchase your Eloquence Fine, whilst stocks last. If you are interested in finding out more about this versatile dermal filler, continue reading!
What is Eloquence Fine?
Eloquence Fine is a high elasticity hyaluronic acid filler. It is the lightest dermal filler in the Eloquence range, and it is specially designed to rejuvenate superficial lines, including expression lines.
Eloquence Fine is ideal for use around the eye area, including the tear trough, and crow’s feet. You can also use Eloquence Fine to plump and define areas of the face, including the lips. It will give you a natural, yet glowing look.
What areas can you use Eloquence Fine?
Eloquence Fine is a versatile and lightweight dermal filler, so it can be used to fill superficial lines on the face, but the main treatment areas are:
- Crow’s Feet
- Tear Trough
- Fine lines or expression lines
How long do the results last for?
Eloquence Fine can last for anywhere from 6 to 18 months. The longevity of results depends on a range of factors, including 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 Fine. However, you may experience some redness, swelling, and bruising at the injection site, but this should reduce within a few days.
The 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 will take you through all the potential side effects, as well as aftercare.