Facial masculinisation is a hyaluronic acid-based treatment which is drawing men into the world of aesthetic medicine. So what is it? And what results can you hope for?

facial masculinisation

The times are changing. More and more men are preoccupied about their physical appearance, and they’re putting their faith in the professionals to accentuate their best features. Some treatments are now so subtle that they enhance your natural beauty - without being noticeable, making them particularly appealing to the male market.

What is facial masculinisation?

You must now be wondering what facial masculinisation actually is? It consists of applying reticulated hyaluronic acid dermal fillers to strategic points of the face, mainly the jawline, chin and cheekbones. And provided you have a thorough examination beforehand, your doctor might consider hyaluronic injections into other areas such as the nose or lips.

The aim? To accentuate the features traditionally associated with attractiveness in men.

How does the technique work?

It generally lasts no longer than 45 minutes. There could be some discomfort during the treatment, but it doesn’t stray into painful territory and tends to diminish rapidly.

What's the best thing about this technique? It’s minimally invasive, you can get it done in a clinic, and when carried out by a medical professional it gives you fantastic, noticeable results - in an instant.

It’s common to notice some bruising or slight inflammation after a hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler treatment. These are both known side effects of this kind of intradermal application. It’s completely normal and nothing to worry about, you just need to follow the care instructions you’ve been given. One tip: sleep with your mouth open in the week following treatment. This ensures the hyaluronic acid doesn’t move away from the desired strategic locations.

Facial masculinisation: before and afters

The before and after images of facial masculinisation speak for themselves:

before and after facial masculinisation
patient before and after facial masculinisation

How long do the results last?

Like all hyaluronic acid-based filler intradermal treatments the results are temporary, but they can last for more than a year.

This masculinisation aesthetic treatment comes with high levels of satisfaction. Why? Because patients love both the natural results and straightforward procedure.

How much does facial masculinisation cost?

The cost of facial masculinisation varies depending on where you go and the products used. Some treatments come at a fixed price, but you might be charged based on the amount of hyaluronic acid and number of syringes used (some will need more than others). You can expect to pay around 600 euros. As with any aesthetic medical treatment it’s important to do your homework. Check your medical professional's references, make sure they're using top quality hyaluronic fillers, and make sure they're the right ones for the job.

Facial masculinisation treatments

mesoestetic® uses reticulated hyaluronic acid fillers from the mesofiller® range, specifically formulated for dermal filler treatments like these.

mesofiller intense® hyaluronic acid filler is specifically formulated for dermal filler treatments like facial masculinisation, thanks to its next-level capacity to lift the tissue and reshape the face.

If you’ve decided facial masculinisation is the treatment for you, use our mesoestetic® clinic search tool and book at appointment at your nearest clinic.