From a Volumizer to a Collagen Stimulator

When CaHA or PLLA filler is hyperdiluted and injected superficially, instead of providing volume it turns into a collagen and elastin stimulator. This relatively new discovery has been very exciting for providers and patients alike, as hyperdilute fillers can help to firm up and re-shape sagging contours, as well as control the crepey skin that develops with age. 

Hyperdilute fillers are useful on their own, but Dr. Grossman often combines them with other energy-based devices to build collagen from the inside out, and the outside in.

Benefits of Hyperdilute Filler

  • Improved skin elasticity, firmness, and smoothness
  • Better skin tone and texture
  • Reduced skin laxity
  • Long-term skin tightening benefits
  • Reduced fine lines and crepiness

Uses of Hyperdilute Fillers

Reducing Cellulite 

When hyperdilute filler is injected into areas with moderate to severe cellulite, it plumps up and firms the skin from underneath, which makes the cellulite puckering become less visible. It also smooths the area. 

Sculpting the Face

With hyperdilute filler, we can gradually tighten and thicken certain areas of the skin to achieve smoother, firmer, more youthful contours of the face and neck. 

Improving the Neck

Dr. Grossman uses hyperdilute fillers to tighten loose and sagging skin of the neck, as well as stimulate brand-new collagen and elastin for the area to eventually achieve firmer, plumper, more youthful skin.

Improving Skin Texture

New collagen means skin that’s smoother, plumper, firmer, and more elastic. It takes about three treatments of hyperdilute filler (spaced one month apart) to achieve much-improved skin texture.

Areas of the Body

Hyperdilute filler is believed to get effective outcome when injected into different areas of the body including the buttocks, thighs, chest, upper inner arms, abdomen, décolletage, knees, hands, and elbows.

Tightening the Skin

The fact that hyperdilute filler becomes a bio-stimulating agent when diluted and injected superficially means that it can achieve long-term skin tightening and thickening. The collagen it begins can start to show in just four weeks following injection.


Side Effects, Downtime, and Results 

After your treatment, you may experience some swelling and/or bruising for 1-2 days. Nodules may also develop, but these are more rare. You will need to avoid excessive heat for 24 hours, and should refrain from sun exposure for one week. You will see results in about four weeks, and these results will last for approximately 12-18 months.

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Why Choose Grossman Dermatology?

Dr. Karyn Grossman, board-certified cosmetic dermatologist, is a well-known industry speaker, instructor, and author who constantly stays up-to-date on the cutting edge of advancements in the aesthetic world. She is pleased to utilize the newest, safest, and most proven techniques in order to offer the best options for her patients. Her long-established, high-end boutique cosmetic dermatology practice is well-known amongst celebrity patients and regulars as well, and Dr. Grossman has earned a loyal family of lifetime patients because of her dedicated attention, thoroughness, and genuinely beautiful results. Her light touch with injectables is a greatly appreciate attribute among many. 


How many treatments will I need?

When is the filler diluted?

Can hyperdilute filler be done with other treatments?

How many treatments will I need?

We recommend three treatments scheduled one month apart for the first year, and then touch-up treatments every 18 months.

When is the filler diluted?

The filler is mixed with saline and lidocaine right before treatment begins to keep it potent.

Can hyperdilute filler be done with other treatments?

Yes, hyperdilute fillers make an excellent adjoining treatment for many of our services. Dr. Grossman will explain which team-up procedures would work best for you in conjuction with hyperdilute fillers.

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