Lip, Chin, Jawline, Under eye, Booty JUVÉDERM® Restylane® Versa & Radiesse

Do injectables (Botox, fillers etc) hurt?

While everyone's pain tolerance differs, we do our best to maintain your comfort during your procedure! We offer topical numbing cream, local injectable anesthetic, and even ProNox if needed.

Will I bruise?

Although we are very careful and considerate of your facial anatomy, there is always the risk of bruising. Therefore, we recommend getting any injectable procedure done at least two weeks before an important event.

Other considerations: Exercise, caffeine, alcohol, and certain medications (Motrin, Ibuprofen, Fish oil, Aspirin) can increase your risk of bruising. Unless your doctor prescribes, we ask you to avoid the medications mentioned above at least 48 hours before and after your appointment.

Will I bruise?

While everyones pain tolerance is different, we do our best to maintain your comfort during your procedure ! We offer topical numbing cream, local injectable anesthetic and even ProNox if needed.

How soon can I get a facial if I get Botox or Fillers?

You can always opt for a facial before your injectable treatment, but should you receive Botox or Fillers, the recommendation is to wait two weeks. It is important to be gentle right after injectables, using light pressure to cleanse & apply products.

What treatment should I book?

Book a Consultation if you are a first-time client or new to facial services. Make sure your face is bare, and please don't be late to your appointment. If you cannot remove our makeup since you have been at work, we will provide a cleanser. Not, however, this cleaning will cut into your appointment time. Also, have a detailed list of products and medications you are currently using at home, take a picture or bring them with you. Also, avoid purchasing skin products before your first treatment, as we recommend a curated home care regimen.

Book our customized facial if you are a returning client and need help deciding what to book next. It is best to book 3-4 more treatments at your appointment's end to avoid confusion.

Preparing for a Facial or Consultation Believe it or not, facial treatment is easy to prepare for! Follow these ten easy steps to prepare:

1. Avoid using Retinols, AHAs, BHAs, or prescription topicals such as Retin-A or Tretinoin for at least 72 hours before your appointment. Not using retinol will help you avoid skin irritation, redness, or discomfort during your treatment.

2. If your appointment is in the morning before noon, you will want to avoid doing your AM routine for that morning.

3. It is recommended to remove any makeup, including tinted SPF, before your appointment. If you forget, that is okay, but it may reduce your facial time.

4. Always keep your Esthetician informed on any health changes, procedures, medication, and diet changes.

5. If you are using new products outside of the recommendations by your Esthetician, it is important to bring them with you to your appointment to discuss the ingredients and keep a note in your chart.

6. Have your questions written down and ready to go!

7. Plan your facial around your plans. It would help if you did not work out after your treatment. Schedule that before your facial!

8. Most clients experience a pinkish glow after their first treatment. This avoidance is normal as your skin is introduced to so many new exciting elements. Be prepared to take it easy after a first-time treatment, and only book your first treatment ahead of a big event. Always book in advance to avoid reaction or irritation before an event.

It's common for skin to be pink all over or in certain areas after treatment. Facials bring blood to the skin's surface through touch and active products. Flushing should be expected, especially if you are prone to redness. Cold compresses will reduce redness if you need a quick fix after treatment; however, we generally do not recommend facials wither the day of or the day before you big event.

9. If you experience tightness or flaking of your skin after a facial or peel, do not use abrasive scrubs or acids until the sensation recedes. Instead, we recommend using a mild cleanser, such as the Zo Gentle Cleanser, and applying a conditioning and calming moisturizer, such as Skinceuticals's Emollience, to promote hydrating and healing.

How often should I rebook treatments?

Most clients rebook skincare treatments every 4-6 weeks to maintain a healthy complexion. However, if you have goals that require additional attention, your Esthetician may recommend more regular visits to achieve the results you want.

Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, and Jeuveau should be done every 3-4 months while fillers may require maintenance yearly or sooner.

What do I need to do to prepare for my facial?

Please have a detailed list of products and medications you are currently using at home, take a picture or bring them with you. We need to know exactly what you are using to avoid any complications.

- Avoid tanning or sun exposure 1-2 weeks prior
- Avoid Botox and filler two weeks prior
- Stop retinoids one week prior
- Stop laser hair removal, electrolysis, waxing, and depilatory products one week prior

Can I book a facial even though I have sensitive skin?

Let your provider know about your sensitive skin before the beginning of your session.

Is this treatment safe for pregnant ladies?

It is safe to book a facial during pregnancy but check with your healthcare provider first. Our facial services may help alleviate some of the hormonal changes in your skin. Let your Esthetician know about your pregnancy before your session. Unfortunately, no Botox, fillers, lasers, or microneedling can be done during pregnancy.

How much should I budget for a first-time appointment?

We recommend budgeting anywhere from $250 to $1000 if you are serious about your skin. We prefer clients to be on a full program designed by us, for optimal results. Great skin is 20% treatment and 80% home care. It's okay if you don't have a high budget. We will start you off with products that fit your price range and schedule you for the next treatment. Budget big or small are no problems, we work with all budgets. Just be prepared to invest in your skin!

Do injectables (Botox, fillers etc) hurt?

While everyones pain tolerance is different, we do our best to maintain your comfort during your procedure ! We offer topical numbing cream, local injectable anesthetic and even ProNox if needed.


• Nasolabial folds
• Cheeks
• Chin
• Lips
• Hands
• Hollow eyes
• Jawline

Most patients see fewer fine lines and wrinkles after the first procedure. You’ll see drastic improvements after one week.

The duration of the results depends on the type of filler used and which area was injected. Areas like the lips won’t last longer than static skin areas like the tear-throughs. Thinner fillers like Juvederm Ultra last six months to one year, while thicker fillers like Juvederm Voluma last two years.

Yes. Symptoms such as mild swelling, bruising, redness, and lumps on the treated area may arise.

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