Fat Dissolving Injections

Dermal fillers are injectable treatments designed to restore volume and smooth out wrinkles on the face. There are several types of dermal fillers, each targeting different concerns and areas. Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers, such as Restylane and Juvederm, are widely used for their ability to attract water molecules, thereby enhancing volume and hydration in treated areas. These fillers are effective for lips, cheeks, and nasolabial folds. Another category, collagen stimulators like Sculptra, work by encouraging the body’s own collagen production, resulting in a gradual improvement in skin volume and texture. Skinvive™, a newer entry in the market, focuses on both immediate volume restoration and long-term collagen stimulation. Each product is designed with specific target areas and outcomes in mind, allowing for personalized treatment plans.

Dermal fillers are suitable for those looking to address signs of aging or enhance facial contours without surgery. Results can be seen immediately with HA fillers like Restylane and Juvederm, while collagen stimulators such as Sculptra may take a few weeks to show improvements as they work by gradually enhancing the body’s natural collagen production. The duration of the effects varies based on the type of filler used, with HA fillers typically lasting 6 to 18 months and collagen stimulators lasting up to 2 years. There is minimal downtime, making it an appealing choice for those seeking a non-surgical approach to rejuvenation. If you are considering dermal fillers in Sycamore, IL to enhance your appearance with minimal downtime, book an appointment with NUVO Aesthetics Clinic and let us help you explore your options in achieving a rejuvenated appearance.

BioRePeelCl3 “No Peel”

For those seeking the benefits of a chemical peel without the peeling process, BioRePeelCl3 “No Peel” treatments offer an advanced solution. With 33-50% TCA and specialized blends of ingredients, these biphasic biostimulating treatments deeply penetrate the dermis without causing exfoliation. Ideal for firming and tightening loose skin, improving hyperpigmentation, reducing acne scars, and enhancing skin texture, this treatment also tightens pores and reduces inflammation. It’s a series of 4 treatments spaced every 7-10 days, or can be a one-time session for a refreshed look. Safe for men and women of all ages and skin types, except during pregnancy or breastfeeding, if there are cold sores or open wounds, or if there’s an allergy to certain medications.

Perfect Peel With Glutathione

The Perfect Derma Peel, enhanced with Glutathione, offers anti-aging benefits alongside skin rejuvenation. Applied similarly to a VI peel, this treatment includes a home care kit featuring The Perfect Derma Moisturizer with 1 percent hydrocortisone and Post-Peel Towelettes to soothe any discomfort as your skin prepares to peel. Over three to four days, the epidermis skin will naturally shed, revealing smoother, more radiant skin. Crafted by Bella Medical Products, this medium-degree peel combines glutathione with a blend of acids, antioxidants, and peptides including trichloroacetic acid (TCA), salicylic acid, retinoic acid, kojic acid, phenol, and vitamin C.

Benefits of Dermal Fillers


Individuals with external signs of aging, such as wrinkles and volume loss, who are in good health and have realistic expectations, are ideal candidates for dermal fillers.

Results from HA fillers like Restylane and Juvederm are immediate, while results from collagen stimulators like Sculptra develop gradually over a few weeks as collagen production is stimulated.

The longevity of filler results varies; HA fillers can last 6 to 18 months, while collagen stimulators can last up to 2 years.

There is minimal downtime. The injection site may have temporary side effects such as redness, swelling, or bruising.

Before treatment, avoid blood thinners to reduce bruising. After treatment, follow our guidance on care, which may include avoiding strenuous activity for a day or two.

The treatment involves injecting the filler into targeted areas. It is relatively quick and may include the application of a topical anesthetic to reduce discomfort.