Neurotoxins are one of the most popular, nonsurgical options for solving aging skin problems. Clients enjoy many of the benefits of a surgical facelift without the downtime. Neurotoxin Fillers, also known as “injectables” fill in the area under the skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

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How Do Neurotoxin Fillers Work? What is the Technology?

Neurotoxin injections act to block nerves from activating the facial muscles.  When injected into the face, the target muscles are unable to contract normally.  When the targeted facial muscles stop contracting, they stop pulling on the overlying skin.  This causes fine lines and wrinkles to become smooth.  Neurotoxins are particularly effective for eliminating lines and creases on the forehead and brow area.

What can I expect during the treatment?

Neurotoxin fillers are injected beneath the skin of the treated area with a small needle. Treatments can last from three months to several years. You can maintain your look with periodic touch ups. You may experience swelling or minor bruising that will fade within a few days. Remember not to rub the treated area so that the filler material remains undisturbed.

What are the results?

Neurotoxin fillers are designed to effectively reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Clients will notice:

Softening of fine lines and facial creases.  Increased volume to shallow contours in the face

Are Neurotoxin Fillers safe?

There is no downtime with fillers. You can resume normal activity following the procedure.  You’ll likely experience swelling or a bit of bruising, which should fade within a few days.


Revitalize your skin, giving you a youthful and fresh look.

Pre-Treatment Care

To reduce bruising, discontinue use of Aspirin, Ibuprofen and other medications which thin the blood for 3-7 days prior to treatment.  Do not discontinue use of medication prescribed by your doctor without consultation.

Post-Treatment Care

After treatment, avoid excessive sun and heat.  Wear sunscreen (SPF 25 or higher).  Avoid squeezing or massaging treated areas.