Is this a good way to correct the dark circles under my eyes and N/L folds?
Two syringes of Juve would be used.
Juvederm 30 would be used to fill out the upper cheeks (thus taking care of loss of volume there and helping the N/L folds).
Juvederm 24 would be used in the infraorbital crease filling in the crease itself.
I was told there would be some left over and I assume it can be used in the N/L folds themselves as well as in my '11's.
OK to proceed? I've had Botox with this injector many times and she is AWESOME at it. I trust her, but was not sure of the placement in the infraorbital crease. (I am not actually sure that is the correct name, but that is the general area she talked about - right at the bottom of the circles)
She showed me pictures of clients who had this done w/ great results and they were worse off than me to start.
ALSO- how long can the results last in these locations?
yes, this sounds like a very good plan, especially since you will certainly have about half a syringe of juv. 24 left over for use in the NLFs and the 11s.
in terms of the injector.
you want to make sure to ask her whether the pictures she showed were of her work. you want to make sure that she is specifically experienced in this procedure. you also want to make sure that she is familiar with hyaluronidase - the enzyme that is used to dissolve juvederm either all the way or partially, if the results are bumpy or overdone. this area is tricky to inject technically, so reversing the effect is common.
the filler lasts for a year and a half or so.