What Is Profile Rebalancing?

What Is Profile Rebalancing?

When it comes to cosmetic treatments, there is always a new trend just around the corner. The rise of the tweakment has seen millions of individuals undergo the needle in order to enhance their natural appearance.

Treatments such as dermal fillers, Renuvion skin tightening and INTRAcel all offer incredible results without the need for invasive procedures. These non-invasive treatment options come with minimal recovery time, semi-permanent results and can be completed in just a few minutes.

It is no surprise that these have quickly overtaken traditional plastic surgery and continue to rise in popularity among people of all ages.

Profile rebalancing is the latest must-have tweakment taking the beauty world by storm. It offers natural, subtle results, enhancing the facial features and creating a harmonised look. Many individuals are heading out to their local beauty clinics to give profile rebalancing a go, and today we are sharing everything you need to know about this new trend.


What Is Profile Rebalancing?

Dermal fillers and other non-surgical treatments have been used to alter the balance of facial features for years. Profile rebalancing focuses on exactly this and is essentially a combination of many different filler treatments. It is entirely bespoke to each individual and planned carefully around each unique face shape and facial feature.

During profile rebalancing, tiny amounts of dermal filler are injected into various areas on the face. The idea is to create a balanced, harmonious, and symmetrical profile.

With a profile rebalancing treatment, the practitioner looks very carefully at the side profile of the face. The most common areas to be treated are the lips, chin, and nose, although this can vary greatly from person to person.

Many people are choosing to have profile rebalancing alongside other cosmetic treatments, such as lip filler or jawline augmentation. It is common that when someone undergoes work on one area of the face, it changes the appearance of other features.

For example, an individual with a small chin might want lip filler to plump their pout, but this will only make the small chin more prominent. Profile rebalancing works to reharmonise every feature and ensures everything is in the correct ratio.


How Does Profile Rebalancing Treatment Work?

Profile rebalancing takes a keen eye for detail and is a delicate art. Practitioners need to ensure the projection and shape of the chin, nose and cheeks all balance harmoniously together. These tiny adjustments might seem insignificant alone, but when used together, the results are subtle yet impressive.

Dermal fillers are strategically injected on various areas of the face, and a thorough consultation beforehand is essential. This is because no two profile rebalancing treatments will ever be the same, and everybody’s facial features are unique.

Dermal fillers are commonly used for lip augmentation, nose reshaping or cheek filler, and the same products are used for profile rebalancing. Dermal fillers are injectables that integrate into the existing skin tissue. They are completely safe and work alongside the natural collagen and elastin in the skin.

Most dermal fillers are created using hyaluronic acid, which naturally occurs in the body and allows vital elements like oxygen and hormones to pass through. Over time, the body naturally breaks down dermal fillers, making profile rebalancing a long-lasting yet semi-permanent treatment option. To keep the results, regular top-ups of filler will need to take place.


What Is Included With Profile Rebalancing?

We have already discussed how profile rebalancing is a combination of various dermal filler treatments. Each individual will have slightly different requirements due to unique face shapes and features and different desired results. Some common treatments included in profile rebalancing are:


Chin Augmentation

The chin has a massive impact on the structure, profile, and proportion of the face. Some people have a small chin compared with their other facial features, making it look sunken or set back in the profile. On the other hand, some people have a large chin which looks like it protrudes outwards.

Ageing can cause the shape of the chin and jaw to change with time, whereas some people naturally have a chin that doesn’t balance with the rest of the face. During profile rebalancing, it is common for small amounts of filler to be injected round the chin area. Practitioners use it to add volume and improve definition in the chin, while also ensuring it is in proportion with the other features.



Rhinoplasty refers to work done on the nose, and this is commonly completed using dermal fillers. The nose is one of the most prominent parts of the side profile, and common concerns include bumps and curves on the nose. These can cause the entire face to look unbalanced and out of proportion.

Dermal fillers can adjust the shape and size of the nose, to keep it in balance with the rest of the face. Many people choose profile rebalancing as a natural and subtle way of straightening the nose or reducing the appearance of a hooked nose.


Lip Enhancement

Lip fillers are one of the most common dermal filler treatments available, and they are often used as part of profile rebalancing. When the lips are enhanced, it can improve the face’s overall balance and keep everything in proportion. This is commonly done alongside chin augmentations to keep the two features perfectly harmonised.

Depending on the facial profile and features, other areas might be recommended for small amounts of filler to properly balance the face. Cheeks, forehead, and jaw are other common areas included in profile rebalancing.

For more information on profile rebalancing and how it could work for you, book a free consultation today. At Hans Place, we are highly experienced in using dermal fillers to enhance the facial profile and create naturally subtle results.

During a consultation, Dr Mike Comins will talk you through all your options and get to know exactly what you want to get out of your treatment. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions and gain a full understanding of what is involved.



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