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Studies have found that good skin care with a healthy lifestyle is the best way to maintain youthfulness. You’ve probably heard the term “hyaluronic acid” as it’s a hot topic on skincare these days.

You might be wondering if it’s safe or not for your skin, though the word “acid” may sound scary, don’t worry, it doesn’t burn. It is naturally found in the human body. Hyaluronic acid for skin packs a ton of skin-boosting benefits, including mega moisture and can keep your skin glowing.

Did you know?

This product was commercially manufactured in 1942. It is very effective in eyes so the FDA has approved the use of hyaluronic acid during certain eye surgeries.

It’s become an increasingly popular ingredient for its superpower hydrating and anti-aging abilities.

A study that I mentioned already, found some pretty amazing results. They observed girls who used hyaluronic acid for around 8 weeks, they found a dramatic improvement in the participants’ skin.

Hyaluronic Acid Benefits for Skin:

Many people spend countless hours using harmful beauty products to keep themselves looking vibrant and young.

Dermatologists and other physicians support hyaluronic acid ability to improve skin’s texture and appearance and reducing the symptoms associated with aging.

Hyaluronic acid is lubricating, it’s produced by the body naturally. It is found in the joints, eye sockets also in other tissues where it helps retain collagen, enhancement moisture, and bring elasticity and flexibility.

Nowadays, you can find hyaluronic acid lotions, creams, serums, and supplements sold. If you need immediate action your dermatologist or practitioner might offer it in the form of injection.


Botox is a neurotoxin. It relaxes your face muscles by blocking specific local nerve impulses.

It just means Botox prevents full control of your facial expressions, and it generally lasts for around four to six months.

Professional said that the best result may obtain by little use for Botox in the mid area of the face. But you can use Botox to lift and open the eyes, gently arch the brows, and soften the crow’s feet. Also for the lower section of your face.

It is great for softening the lines around the mouth. After successfully done right along the lip line it can help make the lips look plumper, both at rest and especially with smiling.

It can give a nice lift and smoothening jawline and neck area as well. But it requires special carefulness in order to avoid a rough smile and so it should be done only by trained aesthetic practitioners.

Dermal fillers:

It is a small injection of gel that is made up of hyaluronic acid. Basically, it is used to fill in wrinkles, add volume to soft tissue and enhance natural proportions. Nowadays, dermal fillers used around forehead, temples, nose, lips, cheeks, chin, and around the eyes as well as lip fillers applied directly into the lip tissue.

It restores lost volume to your face and plump areas and creates a natural, youthful, and lasting effect. As we get older human body stops producing collagen and elastin, both have an important role to keep a youthful look.

Benefits of dermal filler:

You already know. Dermal fillers focus on lifting, enhancing and restoring volume, and gives a natural and rejuvenated appearance. With getting older, the production of collagen and elastin slows down, and so it gives skin a loose and wrinkled appearance.

Dermal filler has a versatile treatment including:

  1. Restoring volume and wrinkles
  2. Reshaping facial features
  3. The filling volume under the eyes

The results of a single treatment can be appeared instantly and can last up to 18 months.


Cosmetics are not a modern invention. From ancient times, humans have used various substances to change their appearance for at least 10,000 years, perhaps a much longer period.

Today we have thousands of different cosmetic products on the market. All are made up of the different combinations of ingredients. Only in the United States, there are approximately 12,500 unique chemical ingredients approved for use.

The key differences between Botox and Dermal Fillers are:


Botox freezes muscles to stop folds and wrinkles caused by facial expressions. Typically, this occurs in the upper face, such as the forehead and around the eyes.

Dermal fillers:

Dermal Fillers no other than the use of hyaluronic acid and similar substances.

Generally, it “fills in” or plumps the areas that have lost volume and smoothness includes wrinkles around the mouth, thin lips, and cheeks that have lost fullness. Also forehead wrinkles, scars, and other areas that need extra volume for a smoother look.  The results remain for 3 to 4 months, depending on which filler is used.

The key differences between Cosmetics and Dermal Fillers are:

Cosmetics and Dermal Fillers have had a long history. This product helps us to lead a beautiful lifestyle with an attractive appearance.

Do you guess what is the main difference between them?

Probably yes, right.

Cosmetics are used to the outer side of the body and Dermal fillers (Hyaluronic Acid) / Botox are used in the inner side of the human body.

Other differences including:

Cosmetics has a vast number of ingredients, on the other hand, Hyaluronic Acid, Dermal Filler and Botox have limited ingredients.

We normally use Cosmetics but when we need to use Hyaluronic Acid, Dermal Filler and Botox, as well we need a professional recommendation.

Anyone can use Cosmetics accordingly to his/her preference. As Hyaluronic Acid, Dermal Filler and Botox are mainly injectable products, we need someone who is an expert in this field.

About The Author:

Neil Wilson 35-year-old physician from the USA  and have 10 years of experience in the healthcare field and managed a home health care company for a few years and learned more, I love to share my experience & knowledge to inspire you to

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