FAQs

What type of neurotoxins do you offer?

  • Dysport
  • Botox

Does botox/dysport hurt?

Does botox/dysport hurt?

Very minimal discomfort. An insulin needle is used and is very small.

How long does it last?

Botox/dysport can last anywhere from 3-5 months. If you work out more or have a higher metabolism, you may be on the shorter end of 3 months. But, everyone is different in the way they metabolize these products.

What types of dermal filler do you offer?

  • Kysse
  • Restylane-L
  • Contour
  • Lift
  • Defyne
  • Refyne

Does dermal filler hurt during injection?

A local numbing cream is used, so mild discomfort may be felt. A vibrating distraction device may be used as well as ice during injection if the client at no extra cost. Mild swelling and bruising is very common with filler and should subside within 3-5 days.

How long does dermal filler last?

Filler lasts anywhere from 9-12+ months. Like botox/dysport, if you work out more or have a higher metabolism it may not last as long. It all depends on each individual client.

Can I do neurotoxin and filler in the same appointment?

Yes!

How do neurotoxins work?

Neurotoxins temporarily paralyze the facial muscles to smooth wrinkles and weaken the movement of the muscles targeted.

How do dermal fillers work?

Dermal fillers are injected into the skin. They are designed to effectively reduce the appearance of unwanted wrinkles, contour and create volume, and to revitalize the skin. Dermal fillers are based on Hyaluronic acid which naturally occurs in your body.

Hyaluronic acid binds water and can act as a lubricant and shock absorber in movable parts of the body such as joints. It is also important for the transport of nutrients and in regulating water balance in skin.

Dermal fillers work by boosting the skin's supply of hyaluronic acid, revitalizing and adding volume to the skin, instantly diminishing the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and giving a natural softer look. Filler is a soft injectable gel consisting of stabilized, non-animal hyaluronic acid. The gel is tissue-friendly and closely resembles the hyaluronic acid that exists naturally in the body. It is long-lasting but not permanent.

Things to avoid before/after neurotoxin and filler?

Avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours before and after, alcohol, excessive heat (such as saunas) sunlight, and massage of the treated area for 24 hours post treatment.

Avoid NSAIDS such as ibuprofen, motrin, advil, or aspirin 1 week before treatment to minimize bleeding, bruising, and swelling. Take tylenol after if needed.

Avoid facials and lasers for 2 weeks post treatment.