Botox injections


Neurotoxins are compounds that alter the function of nerve tissue by temporarily blocking nerve cells. Nerve tissue can regenerate itself, so the effects of neurotoxins are seldom permanent. In small doses it temporarily smooths facial wrinkles and improve your appearance by getting rid of facial wrinkles including crow’s feet, horizontal lines across the forehead. After BOTOX® or Jeuveau eliminate nerve cells in specific areas, the cells slowly grow back on their own; that’s why the effects of most neuromodulators only last about three to four months.


BOTOX was the first injectable neuromodulator approved for cosmetic use by the FDA. BOTOX was granted FDA approval for the treatment of glabellar lines (vertical lines between the eyebrows) in 2002, but it has been used medically since the 1970s. BOTOX is often used “off label” to treat other wrinkles around the eyes and brows, such as crow’s feet and frown lines. Some clinicians also use BOTOX to target certain wrinkles on the lower face, like smile lines, and to slim the jawline. 


Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA) is much more diluted and spreads quickly compared to Botox. This makes it great for larger surface areas like the forehead. Botox is much more potent, making it amazing for small areas and pesky wrinkles like Crow’s feet.


Unlike other neuromodulators Xeomin features a unique molecular profile. Developed through a state-of-the-art manufacturing process called XTRACT Technology it is the only neuromodulator without unnecessary proteins. It has a high biological activity with a low protein load.

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Dermal Fillers 

A dermal filler is gel-like form of hyaluronic acid; a substance that is naturally occurring in skin and used in facial moisturizers. When injected into the skin at different depths, it helps fill in facial wrinkles, provide facial volume, and augment facial features including lips, cheeks and nasolabial folds: restoring a voluminous and smoother appearance. 

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Microneedling/Microneedling with PRP 

Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that uses small, sterilized needles to prick the skin while either applying Hyaluronic acid, platelet-rich Fibrin (PRF) or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to stimulate collagen production. Platelets help blood clot, so they are vital for healing wounds and injuries. PRF is a fibrin matrix comprised of platelet cytokines, growth factors and cells used to help promote skin rejuvenation, hair growth and wound healing. The difference between PRP and PRF is PRF contains stem cells,  and is more natural unlike PRP which uses anticoagulants. Patients have reported faster healing and sooner glowing results with PRF. Hyaluronic acid is a compound that is found naturally in the body that can also help provide plump to volume-deficient areas of the skin, especially in areas with visible signs of aging in the face. 

The purpose of this treatment is encourage collagen production by taking advantage of the body’s natural healing response causing the skin tissue to become more smooth, firm and toned. 

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VI Peel

Uniquely crafted to treat all skin types and tones! A medium depth chemical peel that utilizes TCA, retinoic acid, salicylic acid, vitamin C, and phenol to exfoliate the skin and reveal the smoother, brighter, less damaged layers of the skin underneath.

Chemical peels have been performed for decades to reveal healthier, brighter skin. Less aggressive than a deep peel, it improves the appearance of aging and damaged skin in as little as one treatment. It is safe for ALL skin types and tones.

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PRP/PRF Facial

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and platelet-rich Fibrin (PRF) refers to the blood plasma which contains various growth factors that stimulate healing and regeneration in the human body. PRF is a fibrin matrix comprised of platelet cytokines, in addition to growth factors in PRP, it also contains stem cells. Another difference between PRP and PRF is PRF is more natural unlike PRP which uses anticoagulants. Patients have reported faster healing and sooner glowing results with PRF. The PRP/PRF serum for facial rejuvenation works to erase signs of aging like lines, wrinkles, creases, and folds of skin

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Plasma Hair Restoration

 Treatments available for hair restoration include PRP (platelet-rich plasma) or PRF (platelet-rich fibrin) injections. PRP/PRF can also be combined with microneedling.  PRP and PRF is obtained by drawing your blood then spinning the blood in a centrifuge so that it is separated from red blood cells

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