Do you ever miss a word? Something that reminds you of another time in your life perhaps? A friend of mine used the word engendered the other day. I put my hand to my heart and said, as I thought of my five years steeped in US Southern history, “Oh my gosh I miss that word!” Engendered. Used to be part of my vocabulary probably daily for years. I adore words. I just read a Society Diaries blog about Johnny Mathis and it was chock full of word porn: elephantine, indefatigable, a “musical conduit.” Words are like colorful threads that can be woven underneath, on top of, and around each other to make a beautiful tapestry of a story. The same as Johnny Mathis’s music. Melodic. Artful. Artistic.
The world of beauty is nothing if not artistic and creative. Our injectors create and enhance all day long. Like words into an essay or notes into a song, they develop techniques and advance their knowledge, delicately and artfully turning Juvederm or Restylane into the lips you wanted, Voluma into the appearance of youth, Botox into the look of rest and relaxation. And lately our injectors have been concentrating on using Radiesse to make your backside look more ravising, a.k.a. Radiesse to fill your cellulite dimples.
Please, please don’t close this blog just yet and go Google “Radiesse Cellulite.” You’ll come up with Real Self forums with people screaming about how nothing really cures cellulite and injecting filler doesn’t work. It, indeed, does work for what we are using it for: dimple filling. Radiesse won’t help for cheek to knee cellulite. However, if you have several deep dimples that you want to get rid of, Radiesse, injected properly, can fill them in and can last one to two years. Getting rid of a few of those larger dimples makes a huge difference in the overall appearance of skin smoothness. But you can’t just stick the filler in and be done. This is where the artistry comes in and the advanced injection techniques our injectors use.
After researching this procedure, I have found a multitude of articles in, among many, New Beauty, Fox News Magazine, Bazaar, and multiple doctors’ websites, about this procedure being done with success throughout the country. Generally for a few dimples, you’ll need 1-3 syringes but it really depends on the depth of the dimple, and you and your aesthetician would discuss this at your complimentary consultation. And yes, we have multiple syringe discounts for Radiesse right now. So who’s in? I know I am!
Word porn for dimple filling with Radiesse? Radiant. Refined. Ravishing. Resplendent.