Injectables are substances that are Injected into the dermis or muscles of the skin. At Radiance we typically use Fillers in the Juvederm family of products and Botox. Botox is used to soften muscle movements in specific areas for a time to allow your skin to repair and prevent wrinkles through natural collagen production. Dermal fillers are a fantastic way to add volume and correct specific wrinkles or depressions. Dermal Fillers are used in a multitude of areas and correct many issues.
Diminish fine lines and smooth skin. Botox is used to treat and prevent fine lines and wrinkles by reducing the muscle activity that causes the skin the wrinkle. The most common areas to treat include the forehead, the “11’s” between the eyes, and “crow’s feet”. Botox also has numerous off-label uses including treatment of jaw clenching, hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), chin dimpling, downturned smiles, gummy smile, and neck lines.
Restore your natural volume. Dermal fillers are injectable treatments aimed at restoring and correcting volume loss due to aging or genetics. The most common type of filler is comprised of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body, and is the filler of choice at Radiance. Filler is used to replace and restore lost volume, hydrate the lips, soften and eliminate fine lines, and balance facial features. Common areas of treatment include: lips, cheeks, nasolabial folds, under eyes, temples, and chin/jawline.
Acne Injections (Kenalog)
Kenalog’s main ingredient, Triamcinolone, is a potent anti-inflammatory that helps to reduce the redness and inflammation associated with acne cysts. Most individuals report an improvement in as little as 24 hours.
Remove unsightly spider veins
Erase the tiny pink and purple veins which may be a result from sitting or standing too long, pregnancy, aging, and sun damage. This minimally invasive, non-surgical, treatment directly targets the broken, weakened veins by stopping the blood flow to the broken vein and erasing their appearance permanently. Patients typically require a series of one to three treatments to achieve optimal results and the number of treatments needed may vary based on the area and number of veins being treated.