Fillers are a great option for those seeking a softer, more youthful look. However, if not used properly, fillers can have long-term negative consequences. In fact, when fillers are misused or overused, they can speed up the aging process of the skin, resulting in an older appearance. It can take months or even years for the filler to dissolve, and sometimes it doesn't dissolve at all.
If you keep getting more and more injections, you're simply swelling your face with more and more gel. When you put more filler than your body can hold in one place, the filler has to go somewhere and it goes south, causing sagging. And make sure the filler is gone, because it may never completely disintegrate. The irony of all this is that fillers will almost always age you because when you overdo it, the filler accumulates in the body and migrates out of the target area, causing sagging and distortion. For extended periods of time, fillers can stretch the tissues under the skin, essentially accelerating the aging process “because those tissues aren't going to bounce back the same way as you age”, according to Park Avenue facial plastic surgeon Andrew Jacono. Influencers like Kylie Jenner and her famous family have helped make facial fillers increasingly popular.
Putting too much filler on the chin distorts facial balance, making the lower third of the face appear square rather than heart-shaped, which is associated with youth. Basically, over time, the filler stretches and weighs down the skin, meaning it needs more padding with each doctor visit, which will simply stretch the skin and tissue even more. Hyaluronic acid fillers were originally intended to give some facial fullness to those who had lost volume due to extreme weight loss, drug use, or illness. Some filling may stay in place, but when the scale tilts - which easily happens - the filler has to go somewhere.