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Learn how

Belotero Balance (+)

gives you a smooth finish


As we age, our skin loses certain components and becomes more prone to lines and wrinkles. 


Belotero Balance (+) injectable gel integrates directly into the skin.


This helps to enhance skin by smoothing stubborn etched-in lines and wrinkles.




Why Choose Belotero?

Belotero Balance® (+) works under your skin to soften etched-in lines and wrinkles

Over time, your skin begins to lose naturally occurring components such as collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid (HA), leaving it more prone to develop etched-in lines and wrinkles.


Belotero Balance (+) is an HA injectable filler that completely integrates into the skin tissue.


While some fillers are designed to rebuild facial volume and structure, Belotero Balance (+) is designed to be a smooth, flexible gel that fills moderate-to-severe etched-in lines and wrinkles such as vertical lip lines above and around the lips.


Belotero Balance (+) allows for normal movement and facial expressions. Injected areas also feel natural to the touch!






Learn where Belotero Balance (+) can be used to smooth etched-in lines.

Smile lines

The lines that run vertically between your nose and mouth (also called nasolabial folds) that naturally appear when you smile can become more pronounced over time. As these folds deepen, they can create unflattering shadows on your face that may make you look older.

Lip lines

The vertical lines above and below your lips can be difficult to hide with makeup and are often highlighted when a bright shade of lipstick bleeds into them

Lines Around Your Mouth

Downturned lines at the corners of your mouth can make you look sad or angry. Over time, lines may develop and deepen at the sides of your mouth, distracting from your smile.

Chin Wrinkles

Over time, you may develop a horizontal line that appears across the chin in the shape of an upside down smiley face that subtly adds years to your appearance.


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