Dermal Fillers give you an instant plump-up and glow-up. Achieve smooth skin, sky-high cheekbones, plump lips, or a contoured jawline. 


While these treatments sound dramatic, subtlety is key. Dermal fillers are used to replenish volume, restore youthful contours and minimise fine lines and wrinkles. Enhance your unique look with natural-looking results, on your terms.


As skin matures, it loses collagen. Think of collagen as the scaffolding that maintains skin firmness, as it gradually disappears the skin suffers moisture loss, which can create hollowed skin. Fillers are administered deep under the skin, to replenish volume and smooth lines.


Effects can be seen almost immediately (hence, “instant cheeks”) and often take less than 30 minutes. Our meticulous Doctors treat all clients with care and concern, to ensure safety and results.

Before and After Dermal Fillers


Treatments at SKYN® that use Dermal Fillers

SKYN® Secret: Combining Dermal Fillers with Wrinkle Relaxers has been shown to prolong the effects of treatment.

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For a no out-of-pocket expenses consultation, or to book in for a treatment, call SKYN 08 9389 9022 or request an appointment online.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fillers have varying functions, primarily they are used to plump skin that has lost volume, and to enhance facial features such as the jaw, cheekbones, lips or chin – according to the client’s request. Fillers lift the skin to restore shape or add emphasis.


At SKYN® the product our doctor injectors use is made of a crystal-clear biodegradable gel. Based on a natural, non-animal substance. There is no hard and fast rule with fillers, but results can last for several months.


There is a general consensus that the body eventually absorbs the substance within six to 18 months, but this is highly dependant on the individual, and cases differ due to a wide range of factors.

Reactions such as swelling, irritation, redness or bruising are common. While side-effects are a rarity, there are risks involved. This demonstrates the importance of trusting your injector, and their legitimacy. At SKYN® take reassurance that you are in the presence of medically trained Doctors.

Bruising is a common reaction to fillers – unrelated to the skill of your injector. Areas such as the lips are especially vulnerable as they are highly vascular.


You will be given an ice pack post-treatment, which is your best defence against bruising and swelling. Iron supplements or Vitamin C are believed to increase the bodies wound healing capabilities, so may reduce the effects of bruising. It is believed that medication’s such as Aspirin, pain killers, or high dosages of Vitamin E could increase chances of bruising.


Exercise post-treatment, or anything that increases your heart rate which increases blood flow to the area, could also contribute to bruising. Otherwise, bruising should subside within 2-4 days post-treatment. We recommend speaking with your doctor if you are concerned.

You may return to normal activities after your treatment, although we would recommend

  • Icing the area after treatment
  • Refraining from vigorous exercise, sun exposure or heat
  • Rubbing or pressing on the area
  • Applying makeup for the first 8 hours post-treatment.

It is also recommended to avoid consumption of alcohol, spicy food, cigarettes or substances that may cause irritation or swelling within the first 24-48 hours.

Medical Advertising regulations prevent all clinics from advertising these treatments by brand name in public documents. SKYN only uses premium quality products. For more information about the individual brands we use, please contact us.

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11 Things to Know if You’re Thinking About Trying Dermal Fillers – SELF, “good filler is invisible”

What is the Difference between B**** [Wrinkle Relaxers] and Dermal Fillers – Medical News Today, “Different types of dermal fillers are designed to treat varying signs of ageing”

Dermal Fillers: Everything you Need to Know About Them – Marie Claire, “It’s easy for clients to confuse side effects to reactions, so it’s extremely important to understand what side effects can be expected”

The Complete Guide to Facial Fillers – Allure, “Lean on your doctor for ideas, as “she might suggest a tweak you never would’ve considered — and it could make that perfect, subtle difference,”