If you’re into beauty and on social media, chances are you’ve run into at least one TikTok video or Instagram post on filler migration without even trying. With consumers starting aesthetic treatments earlier in life to stay ahead of the aging process—and to potentially prevent more invasive procedures down the line—more people are enchanting and changing their appearances than ever. On top of that, sharing results—the good and the bad—is possible with the click of a button on a smartphone, so you’re bound to see and hear a horror story or two out there while scrolling.

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