Filler or Lipofilling?

The concept at the base of lipofilling follows that at the base of common fillers: remedying imperfections, reshaping volumes and correcting skin imperfections.


Instead, the substance that is injected changes: while in common fillers hyaluronic acid and collagen are mainly used, lipofilling uses adipose tissue taken directly from the patient's body with a clear reduction in the risk of intolerance or reaction to the inoculated substance.

Furthermore, while the hyaluronic acid or collagen filler is completely reabsorbable and the rejuvenation effect disappears after a few months from the treatment, lipofilling can be almost considered a semi-permanent treatment, as only 30 - 40% of the injected fat is reabsorbed , while the remaining part remains in situ.