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Just 3 Little Secrets before You Get Injectables

Are you thinking about getting injectables, but have a few questions about what to expect first? These three little secrets will highlight a few important things you should know before getting injectables to help you get the beautiful results you’ve imagined.

1. There’s More Than One Type of Filler

Hyaluronic acid fillers can be a good choice if you’ve never had fillers before.

Dermal fillers are some of the most common nonsurgical cosmetic treatments in the country, yet many people don’t realize that there are lots of options to choose from. Hyaluronic acid fillers are very popular, as this type can be dissolved if you are unhappy with your results for any reason.

Other types of fillers that are made of collagen or synthetic compounds cannot be dissolved and have to fade away on their own.

2. It Can Take Time for Your Full Results to Show

While there’s no formal downtime associated with injectables like fillers, BOTOX® and Dysport®, you should always schedule your appointment at least two weeks before a big event. It can take this amount of time for any swelling or bruising to diminish and for your full results to shine through.

3. Injectables Can Be a Part of a Nonsurgical Mommy Makeover

More and more women are choosing nonsurgical mommy makeovers to enhance their appearance and boost their self-confidence. Injectables are a popular pick to include in this completely customizable procedure.

If you’d like to learn more about your injectable options or to schedule a consultation, please contact us online or call our Plymouth office at 612-268-6997.

Just 3 Little Secrets before You Get Injectables
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Have some injectable FAQs? The knowledgeable team at SpaVie in Plymouth, Minnesota explains what you should know before getting injectables.
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