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Are you confused about injectables?

which one goes where?


Our faces get a lot of attention from loved ones, friends and the people we meet every day. As we age our skin becomes more susceptible to wrinkles and sagging. Sun exposure and years of repetitive muscle movement (i.e.: smiling, chewing, frowning and squinting) also contribute to tissue breakdown of the skin. Smoother skin and subtle resculpting are possible with the latest technologically advanced fillers, including Juvederm?, Restylane? and Botox? to name a few of the most popular.

Botox is known for reducing signs of aging in the upper regions of the face by temporarily blocking muscle movement. Men and women both are having botox injections to relax the anger lines from their forehead and brow and the squint lines known as ?crows feet? near the outer corners of the eyes.

Restylane, a soft tissue filler, adds volume to the skin through tiny injections, smoothing facial folds and wrinkles in areas around the mouth and eyes.

Juvederm is a gel implant containing hyaluronic which is found naturally in the body. This gel implant is used to fill facial wrinkles and folds as well as lip augmentation.

With these options available it is possible to correct the lines on our faces and remove the emotion we don?t want to be expressing. As progressive men and women we are searching for answers for a treatment that is quick, comfortable and affordable. The new face lift is now injectables.