Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Biba Cosmetics Faqs

Can dermal filler look natural?

Absolutely! Our highly experienced team is all about catering to each client’s needs and if you want to enhance your features while looking naturally beautiful, we’ll ensure the results are suited to your liking!

How long does dermal filler last?

As are various types of Dermal Filler, each variant has a different density and life span, generally lasting between 6-12 months. It is important to note that there are many factors that can affect the life span of your fillers, especially as each person metabolises fillers differently. With this in mind, dermal fillers may last for a longer or shorter period of time for you.

What can I do if I don’t like my result?

We aspire to deliver results that always satisfy, but if for any reason you aren’t one hundred percent pleased with your results, the key advantage of using hyaluronic acid fillers (compared to collagen) is that they aren’t permanent, and will dissolve away over time.

While it’s normal for patients to be anxious in the first few days after a lip treatment, it’s expected that the lips will swell and may look slightly asymmetrical. After two weeks, a revision treatment can easily be performed if necessary. Please be aware that a separate charge will be made for this although it is extremely rare.

Do cosmetic injectable treatments hurt?

This depends you and your ability to tolerate pain. We try to make the treatment painless as possible by offering a range of medical devices to distract you from the pain, included a numbing gel which is pharmaceutically compounded for maximum effectiveness.

What should I do before my treatment to minimise bruising and swelling?

If you are looking for a way to minimise your chance of bruising and swelling, we highly recommend avoiding taking what is listed below for a week prior to and post-treatment:

  • Aspirin.
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (Ibuprofen, diclofenac, naproxen).
  • Fish oil supplements.
  • Vitamin E oils or tablets.
  • Alcohol.

Can I get cosmetic treatments done while pregnant or breastfeeding?

Due to safety precautions, we are unable to treat anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding.

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