According to European researchers, anti-wrinkle injections may permanently damage facial tissues. This was proved by a study conducted by Dr Daniel Marchac, a French cosmetic surgeon. The research team has asked 900 surgeons to collect more evidence to support the study.

Study Highlights
a. Researchers found that some practitioners may inject too much filler which can damage the facial tissue permanently.
b. As many as one in 20 patients may suffer irreversible damage to subcutaneous tissues and their fibrous connective tissue.
c. All permanent fillers create bumps and deformities sometimes.
d. It might even lead to corrective surgery.
e. This was concluded after 25 patients with irreversible damage to their facial tissue were examined.