Q/A Products and Services
What is Botox?
Botox is a neuromuscular blocking agent used to reduce and eliminate fine lines and wrinkles. Treatment with Botox temporarily relaxes the muscles being treated, smoothing the lines and wrinkles while preventing the formation of more wrinkles in the specific area.
How Long Does Botox Last?
Botox generally lasts 3-5 months, but it is unique to each individual and results vary depending on several factors. Proactive and preventative maintenance is key for satisfactory results. When one is proactively treated with Botox, the muscles are retrained to not work as hard, therefore requiring less treatment in the future.
How MUCh BOTOX will i need?
The amount of Botox needed varies per individual. A free consultation is the best way to answer any further questions and details regarding your treatment.
What are Fillers?
Fillers are injectable treatments made from Hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that everyone’s body produces to hydrate and volumize the skin. As we age, our bodies produce less hyaluronic acid. Fillers are used to simply replace the lost hyaluronic acid within the skin, adding a smoothed, volumizing effect.
How Long Do Fillers Last?
Fillers typically last anywhere from six months up to two years. It is important to understand that every filler is different, and individual results vary.
How MUCh Filler will i need?
The amount and type of filler needed varies per individual and treatment area. A free consultation is the best way to answer any further questions and details regarding your treatment.
What is kybella?
Kybella is made from deoxychloic acid which permanently dissolves excess fat. Kybella is used to treat submental fullness or the classic “double chin.”
How Long Does kybella Last?
Kybella permanently dissolves fat, and after a series of treatments one should have a desired, permanent result.
How MUCh Kybella will i need?
The amount of Kybella needed generally depends on the size of the area needing treatment. A free consultation is the best way to answer any further questions and details regarding your treatment.