Hyaluronic acid injections from Filorga with Dr Nguyen

With years, skin loses its moisture and becomes thinner. Lines and wrinkles start to settle. Hyaluronic acid injections can help smoothing them without surgery.

What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in the body. Like a sponge, it absorbs water and maintain the skin deep layers hydrated. It’s possible to inject this molecule as a gel to give volume and plump the skin or smooth wrinkles. The hyaluronic acid will mix with the one contained in the body and will progressively resorb. It is advised to have regular injections done, every 6 months on average depending on patients. Reversibility is an advantage compared to the permanent effect of a cosmetic surgery.

What can we treat?

The most common treatments concern the naso-labial and marionette lines around the mouth. It’s also possible to reshape the lips or give them more definition, or contour the face and add volume on the cheekbones.

The treatment in itself

Most of product contain local anesthetic but some don’t. A numbing cream can be applied before to improve the comfort during the injection. The procedure is quite quick, between 15 and 30 minutes depending on which areas are treated. A massage of the area will be performed to make sure the product is well placed.


About £350, but it varies with the product used and the number of syringes required to treat the areas.

The results

They are visible instantly but the effect is maximum about 10 days after the injection when the body integrates the molecule and pumps water. The treated area may swell for a few days, bruise or present redness, but you can apply make-up while everything is getting back into order. Depending on people, their metabolism and their personal habits (cigarette, sun exposure, physical activity), injections have to be repeated every 6, 8 or 12 months in the best of cases.


There are very few as the molecule is naturally present in the body, the risk of allergy is extremely low. Injections should be avoided when pregnant or breast-feeding.

Our practitioners

Dr Nguyen

Thu–Linh is a French dentist. She graduated with honours from the Faculty of Montpellier, France. She worked in private practices and Dentalcare centers in France before working in UK (Oxford and London), delivering both public and private dentalcare.

She also offers Facial Aesthetic treatments, using dermal fillers to improve the peri-oral area by reshaping the lips and give a more youthful look by filling the lines and wrinkles.

Thu–Linh is highly appreciated by her patients for reassuring them, providing gentle and relaxing care, and for explaining the treatments in detail. Thu-Linh trained with Bob Khanna, a famous British cosmetic and reconstructive Dental Surgeon.


“The results are very satisfying and very natural. I haven’t experienced any pain. I was chatting with a colleague who did not know I had injections, she found that I was looking great since I got back, so the effect is very natural. It is just perfect” S.V.

About Filorga

Founded in 1978 by a French doctor, Filorga Laboratories in France have provided a revolutionised solution towards anti-ageing products. Now an international recognised brand available.

Filorga specialise in an extensive range of cosmetics to include anti-ageing creams, serums, masks, eye creams, night balms, sun care treatments, cleansers, resurfacing agents and moisturisers. In addition to this, Filorga manufacture medical injection fillers to replace lost Hyaluronic acid; a dual function to smooth out facial wrinkles whilst re-establishing facial volume to eradicate sagging skin.

Clinical studies have reported that 100% of patients were completely satisfied with their results immediately after their treatment with XHA-3 and also six months later. Their tolerance levels were proven as excellent with the initial injection and a booster given two weeks later. Wrinkles are miraculously absent and completely invisible, including the deepest of nasolabial folds formed between the cheeks and nose area. All treatments carry a CE marking, to show they have met the standards and guidelines of European conformity.