Fillers are nearly miraculous in their ability to provide results that are quick, cost-effective, and relatively painless. There is little downtime and minimal side effects. The only pesky hurdles to enjoying your beautiful results are bruising and swelling, and as always, WE’VE GOT YOUR BACK. We compiled this guide to help you avoid bruising and swelling after fillers. Our aim is to support a positive filler experience so that you are able to meet your beauty and wellness goals without surgery and with as little discomfort as possible!
By creating tiny wounds, Microneedling helps your body to work to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, minimize the appearance of pores, improve scars, and brighten skin overall. We want to help you optimize the effects of Microneedling, so we’ve put together this guide for what to do and what not to do before and after your Microneedling treatment. The choice to make Microneedling a part of your treatment regimen is an easy one, and if you follow this guide, you’ll see incredible results!
Is your face showing signs of aging? Do you have “permanent” wrinkles that do not deepen when you emote, like nasolabial folds that don’t deepen when you crinkle your nose? Do you have wrinkles that are always on your face that deepen when you use the muscles in the area, like crow’s feet that deepen when you smile? If so, you may want to learn more about how Botox and fillers work together and what happens when combining Botox with fillers.
Dermal fillers are soft, gel-like substances that are injected just under the skin and adjacent to facial structures. The main ingredient in Dermal Fillers is actually a naturally occurring substance found in the body – Hyaluronic Acid (HA). When injected, fillers mimic your natural HA and address a variety of concerns such as: Sagging cheeks … Read more