Unfortunately all non-surgical treatments carry risks and side affects, however Paige has undergone intense training on how to treat any of these problems in the unlikely event that they arise. The most vital thing to remember with these treatments is that these areas are close to facial arteries. This is why it is paramount that this kind of treatment is undergone by someone like Paige, who has detailed knowledge on the anatomy of the face and safety maneuvers so that these risks are minimised as much as possible. There are common side affects usually lasting up to a maximum of 14 days, and some that are not so common.


  • Tenderness
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Redness


  • Allergic reaction
  • Vascular occlusion: when the dermal filler is accidentally injected directly into a blood vessel causing a blockage in blood flow and potentially leading to tissue necrosis and blindness.
  • Lumps
  • Product migration
  • Infection
  • Severe swelling