BOTOX Cosmetic

  • Will my face show emotions and expressions?

BOTOX Cosmetic is intended to enhance your look, not change it, so you can smile, frown and be expressive.

  • When will I see results and how long will they last?

You will begin to see results as soon as 24 hours after your treatment, and the lines may continue to fade up to one  week afterwards. The effects can last up to 4-6 months.

  • What is the treatment like and how long it takes?

A BOTOX Cosmetic treatment is quick and simple, with no downtime. The procedure itself takes only 10-15  minutes. This procedure is virtually painless.

  • How much does a treatment cost?

The price depends on the amount of BOTOX Cosmetic needed and the areas of the face being treated. Our clinic will  determine the right amount of BOTOX Cosmetic that you need to achieve a refreshed look and provide you with a  cost estimate.

  • Are the creams that are better than BOTOX Cosmetic?

No scientific evidence supports that creams work better than BOTOX Cosmetic. While creams work well on the  surface of the skin, BOTOX Cosmetic works below the surface to relax the muscles that are the root cause where  lines and wrinkles form.


  • What is Microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion uses an adjustable applicator head that removes dead surface skin cells and initiates cellular  turnover at the dermis and epidermis levels in a safe controlled manner. This approach respects the integrity of the  skin and promotes even healing. Maintaining even cellular growth on the surface aids in the youthfulness of the  skin’s appearance.

  • What is the results of Microdermabrasin treatment?

Microdermabrasion has been used to treat aging and sun-damaged skin, some types of acne and acne scarring,    altered pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, and stretch marks. Results may include improved skin tone, fewer  breakouts, diminished appearance of scars, even skin color, refined skin pores, renewed elasticity, and a healthy  glow.

  • Is Microdermabrasion safe during pregnancy?

If you’re pregnant, we will not give you this treatment, no matter how gentle. This is because of the hormonal  imbalance and the increase skin sensitivity pregnant women have.

Microdermabrasion can actually harm you more than help you during pregnancy as your skin and hormones could  react badly to getting the top layer of your dermis rubbed off. You may get worse melasma, massive breakouts and  even more uneven skin tone.