Have you been thinking about getting fillers or injectables to achieve a younger-looking facade? Good for you! You deserve to look and feel your best. We believe that you also deserve to have all of the facts about fillers, injectables, and other similar treatments.

There are many reasons to opt for injectables when rejuvenating your appearance and pursuing a more youthful look. We are all about helping you get the result you want! That’s why we think it is important to walk you through a few important things to know before booking an appointment to get injectables.

Having the Right Information Before Treatment Matters.

When you are fully informed about how injectable treatments work, you will have a better idea of what to expect. You will also be able to take the right steps to prepare yourself for treatment and care for your skin afterward. After all, the more information you have, the better your experience is going to be. Below are seven key things to know about injectables!

1. How long do injectable treatments last?

The results of any injectable treatments will vary depending on the type of injections someone decides to get, the quality of the products used, how a person’s skin responds to treatment, how treatments are administered, and so on.

Generally, the results of injectable treatments (Botox, for instance) last about three to four months. Dermal filler results can last anywhere from six months to two full years. To get the best idea of what your results will be and how long they will last, we recommend talking to one of our specialists. That way specifics like your skin type, treatment preferences, and other unique elements will be factored in.

2. What kind of injectables are available for people looking to achieve younger-looking skin results?

There are so many options available these days when it comes to rejuvenating the youthful appearance of your skin. So what exactly is available, what’s most popular, and what works? Some of the most popular options for injectable treatments include dermal fillers and injectable brands like Botox, or Dysport, which contain certain neuromodulators.

While there are more options out there, these two are the most popular injectables currently used in the mainstream. Although many people believe that Botox is the only solution for deep wrinkles, dermal fillers can be incredibly effective as well.

Essentially, dermal fillers are used to add volume and shape to specific facial regions like around the eyes, between the eyebrows, in the lips, and more. However, Botox can be used to relax the muscles in your face and help to smooth out or lift up your appearance.

3. What materials are in dermal fillers?

There are four basic materials used in dermal fillers: collagen products, hyaluronic acid products, autologous fat injections, and injections that contain microspheres of biocompatible materials. These biocompatible injectables are also sometimes known as PMMAs.

4. Will Botox impact or freeze my facial nerves?

Botox is a neuromodulator. This means that it can be used to treat certain neurological disorders as well as wrinkles. The fact that Botox impacts neurological function is one reason people sometimes associate this injectable with nerve issues. However, When administered correctly, there is no reason that Botox should leave you with a frozen-looking face.

5. Which companies can administer injectable treatments in Colorado?

To legally offer injectables to customers and clients, specific training and licensing are required in Colorado. Here at Beauty Refined, we have expertly trained and highly skilled team members that can help you achieve the results you are seeking!

6. How should you prepare to get an injectable treatment?

There aren’t any specific ways to prepare for your treatment, other than speaking with an esthetician first. With that being said, if you are on certain medications, you may need to avoid them before the day of your treatment. In fact, for blood thinning medications like aspirin, you should try to go a few days without taking these medicines before getting an injectable treatment.

Be sure to tell your esthetician about any medicines you are on during your initial consultation. It might be wise to avoid anything that can cause dehydration like dehydrating foods and drinks, caffeine, and the like, at least a day before your appointment for treatment. You may need to steer clear of certain supplements like Vitamin E for a few days before your treatment as well.

7. How much do injectables cost?

The price of injectable treatments can vary depending on the type of treatment you choose and how many treatment sessions you book. At Beauty Refined, we often offer specials for new clients and have many other injectable discounts available as well, depending on the type of treatment you get. To find out about current deals and discounts at Beauty Refined, call us at 303-957-8200.

What else to know about injectable treatments?

If you decide that injectables are right for you, you will first need to have a consultation with one of our specialists. During this friendly cosmetic consultation, we will help you establish an ideal treatment plan to help reach your unique aesthetic goals. Pre-treatment guidelines will be recommended to ensure your appointment goes well. We will also discuss how our procedures work. To find out more about available injectable filler treatment options and get a better understanding of what appointments are like at Beauty Refined, contact our team today.

Contact the Team at Beauty Refined to Learn More or Schedule an Appointment

Are you ready to begin your journey of youthful Rejuvenation? If so, we encourage you to contact the friendly and experienced team at Beauty refined. You can call us at 303-957-8200 or click here to schedule your initial consultation appointment now!