Look Your Best Over the Holidays With the Perfect Combination of Cosmetic Injectables

Do you want to lose your fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin this holiday season? Well our expert providers at Medweight, Lasers & Wellness Centers in Irvine, California, can give you the right combination of cosmetic injectables, so you can rejuvenate your skin and look your best.

With so much talk out there about cosmetic injectables, you may have a lot of questions. We’ve got the answers in this helpful guide.

What does Botox do?

When you make facial expressions, your muscles contract. After years of making facial expressions, certain facial muscles can begin to stay in a semicontracted state and push up the skin above them to form lines and wrinkles.

Botox® works by relaxing these muscles, and thereby causing the skin above them to smooth out. It can even help stop existing wrinkles from getting more pronounced. 

The results you get with Botox depend on the technique used. So you need to get Botox treatments from a provider with experience and knowledge, such as the team at MedWeight, Lasers & Wellness Centers.

What do dermal fillers do? 

Dermal fillers are made from gel-like substances that your provider injects below the surface of your skin to restore lost volume. Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid, a natural substance already found in your body that lubricates and moisturizes your skin. Dermal fillers replenish your body’s supply of hyaluronic acid, giving you better tone and skin texture.

Dermal fillers also stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which decrease with age. These proteins support new skin growth and help give you younger, fresher skin. 

Depending on your aesthetic goals, your skin expert may recommend one or more fillers from the following lines: 

You can rest easy with fillers, because they’re created from natural substances your body already produces. This makes them incredibly safe when injected by trained experts, such as the specialists at MedWeight, Lasers & Wellness Centers. 

Which combination of cosmetic injectables is best for me?

The right combination of cosmetic injectables is dependent on your personal anti-aging goals. For example, if your top concern is minimizing the appearance of crow’s feet, forehead lines, or frown lines, Botox is a great option. If you also want to restore lost volume to your cheeks, we may recommend adding a dermal filler.

Some of our patients at MedWeight, Lasers & Wellness Centers choose only one injectable based on their goals, but we’ve noticed that patients who add injectables or other aesthetic services to their treatment plan are the most satisfied with their results. 

Will I get guidance about which cosmetic injectables to choose?

Definitely! At MedWeight, Lasers & Wellness Centers, we’ll develop a custom plan just for you based on your goals. We’ll help you set realistic expectations and answer any questions or concerns you may have before beginning treatment.  

If you want to look your best over the holiday season, let us help you find the perfect combination of cosmetic injectables. To learn more, book an appointment over the phone with MedWeight, Lasers & Wellness Centers today.

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