FAQ

How long does bruising/swelling last?

Bruising and swelling depends on skin type and area of injection, but normally bruising and swelling can last anywhere from 3-7 days.

What can I do to reduce bruising?

There are a few things you can do to reduce bruising – we suggest you don’t take any blood thinners (ibuprofen and aspirin) for 10 days prior to your appointment. Alcohol and caffeine are also blood thinners, so if you are worried about bruising try to refrain from consuming either of those for three days prior to your treatment. There are also some natural remedies shown to assist in reducing bruises: arnica and bromelain

What kind of filler will I need to get?

What type of filler you need depends on where you would like to inject and the desired effect. You will be able to discuss a customized plan with your provider at the time of your consultation.

How many units/syringes/vials will I need?

What type of filler you need depends on where you would like to inject and the desired effect. You will be able to discuss a customized plan with your provider at the time of your consultation.

How long does it take for Wrinkle Relaxers to kick in?

Most people see initial results within 7-10 days. We recommend waiting at least 2 weeks before booking a touch up, if needed.

How long do the injections last?

Wrinkle Relaxers generally last up to three to four months, whereas fillers can last anywhere from six months to 18 months. However, this varies from person to person and depends on the area that is injected.

Can I receive a treatment if I am pregnant or breast feeding?

We do not suggest scheduling any treatments or procedures while pregnant or breastfeeding without consulting your OBGYN first.

How long does an appointment take?

As a general rule of thumb, we say to plan on 1 hour; however, this all depends on what treatment you are doing and if you are a first-timer or a facile regular.