I didn’t see results with Voluma???

i had Voluma injections a month ago and there are no visible results whatsoever. The doctor says after the next round of 1800 dollars worth of injections, I should see some difference. What do you think?

I think this really depends on your age and the amount of deep volume loss you have.  Since Voluma is really meant to replace deep volume loss, you need to think of it more like Sculptra.  A good general rule of thumb is about 1 syringe per decade, so if you are …..say 44….. you might need to plan on 4 syringes for the base and then approximately half that per year for maintenance.    Funny how their marketing never makes that really clear!!!   True the product lasts about 2 years, but who wants their face going from full to zero.  You need to fill the gas tank up at about 1/2 down!   Apologies for the car analogy!    Dr. I

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