Avéli is a brand name for a type of injectable filler made from hyaluronic acid (HA), a naturally occurring sugar molecule in the body that plumps and hydrates the skin. Avéli fillers are used to reduce wrinkles and lines, add volume to lips and cheeks, and improve facial contours.

Pros: Avéli fillers offer a minimally invasive way to achieve a youthful appearance. They provide immediate results, are relatively painless, and have minimal downtime.

Cons: Avéli fillers are temporary and typically last 6-18 months, requiring repeat injections for lasting effects. Potential side effects include swelling, bruising, and temporary asymmetry. There’s also a risk of allergic reaction if you have sensitivities to HA.

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Recovery Time: Avéli injections involve minimal downtime. Most people can resume normal activities immediately after the procedure, with any swelling or bruising typically resolving within a few days.

Disclaimer: Avéli injections are a cosmetic procedure and should be performed by a qualified healthcare professional. Discuss your goals and expectations with your doctor to determine if Avéli is right for you.