The exact cost of Juvéderm varies because there are different formulas of the product. Other factors that can affect the cost include your provider fees, where you live, and whether you need to take time off work. Costs are also broken down by session, and the amount you may need depends on the area being treated.
Juvéderm is considered a noninvasive (nonsurgical) procedure. This makes it a much more affordable option compared to surgical procedures like facelifts, and without all the risk of complications.
The cost of Juvéderm varies widely. Unlike other wrinkle treatments, such as Botox, Juvéderm comes in different formulas based on treatment areas. Each formula has varying amounts of hyaluronic acid, and there may be some differences in syringe sizes.
The main types of Juvéderm include:
Each formula is available in an “XC” version, which contains lidocaine. This makes the injection process less painful, and without the need for a separate anesthetic ahead of time.