Hyaluronidase is a natural enzyme produced by the body to break down fillers, and injecting more of it can help lips regain their natural shape faster, usually in 3-4 days. Massage can also help, but it won't make the fillers go away any faster. HA fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane can be easily dissolved with Hyalase or Hyaluronidase, but this is not the best option if the filler has good tissue integration. Time is the best healer in this case.
To prolong the effects of fillers, it's important to avoid subjecting them to stress or pressure. Exercise won't make fillers dissolve faster, as there is no scientific evidence to support this. Fillers are made from hyaluronic acid, which is a natural substance found in the body and will be absorbed over time regardless of exercise. The absorption rate may vary depending on the amount of filler used and its location.
It's recommended to avoid exercising for a few days after receiving filler injections to reduce bruising and swelling. The type of gel used for the injection will determine how it drains or dissolves. Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane are the easiest to remove and require hyaluronidase injection to dissolve and reduce any adverse effects. Hyaluronidase only helps dissolve hyaluronic acid fillers and won't help correct fillers such as Radiesse, Bellafill and Sculptra.
In these cases, a steroid injection can help reverse some of the effects, but the only surefire way to correct poor results is to wait for the body to absorb them. Allergic reactions due to hyaluronic acid fillers are very rare as hyaluronic acid is naturally found in the body. However, if you're allergic to lidocaine (a substance used in some fillers), be sure to check with your doctor before injecting the gel. When done properly by a board-certified cosmetic surgeon or licensed physician assistant, dermal filler injections generally produce symmetrical, subtle, and natural-looking results.
To get rid of fillers safely, it's best to seek expert facial plastic surgeons who can inject fillers into specific parts of the face for optimal results. People with higher metabolisms will experience shorter filling results as their bodies break down the filling compound faster than those with slower metabolisms. Hyaluronidase injection is usually used to dissolve fillers, since it's the enzyme that the body naturally produces for this purpose. To minimize side effects after receiving filler injections, it's important to avoid nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, take arnica supplements, avoid alcohol, and not exercise for at least 24 hours.