Coming late fall 2023

Neuromodulators are injectables that temporarily relax the underlying muscles responsible for facial wrinkles and lines. By blocking nerve signals, neuromodulators prevent muscle contractions and smoothen the appearance of wrinkles, particularly in areas prone to repetitive movements, like the forehead, crow’s feet around the eyes, and frown lines. These treatments offer a refreshed and more youthful look while still allowing natural facial expressions. Additionally, neuromodulators have therapeutic uses for conditions like bruxism (jaw clenching), migraines, and hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

Dermal fillers

Coming spring 2024

Dermal fillers, such as those made with hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, or poly-L-lactic acid, are injectable substances used to restore volume, add contour, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. By replenishing lost volume and stimulating collagen production, dermal fillers can fill in facial creases, enhance facial features, and rejuvenate the skin. They are commonly used to augment lips, fill in nasolabial folds (smile lines), restore cheek volume, and improve the appearance of tear troughs. The results of dermal fillers are immediate and can last several months to over a year, depending on the type of filler used.

Hydration boosters, often formulated with hyaluronic acid, are injectables designed to hydrate and improve the skin’s texture and elasticity. Unlike dermal fillers, hydration boosters work by attracting and retaining moisture in the skin, providing a plumping and rejuvenating effect. These treatments can enhance overall skin hydration, smooth out fine lines, and improve skin quality and radiance. Hydration boosters are often used in combination with other treatments or as standalone treatments to revitalize and hydrate the skin.