Fine lines and wrinkles are no match for injectable treatments, such as Botox® and fillers. At Rouge Aesthetics in Granger, Indiana, Keri BeMiller, RN, offers Botox, Jeuveau®, Xeomin®, and a wide selection of fillers to treat and prevent wrinkles. The team performs a full facial evaluation to determine the best placement for your injectables. To learn more about Botox and fillers, call Rouge Aesthetics, or schedule an appointment online today.
Botox and fillers are injectable treatments that the Rouge Aesthetics team delivers into your skin through needles. While both treatments smooth fine lines and wrinkles, each has its own benefits for your skin. The Rouge Aesthetics team can combine Botox and fillers to address multiple types of wrinkles at once.
Botox and fillers are different types of wrinkle-reduction treatments that can smooth and prevent wrinkles:
Botox is a neuromodulator that interferes with the nerves that control muscle movement. Once injected into a specific muscle, the muscle experiences temporary paralyzation and can’t contract. This lack of movement causes the skin on top to relax and soften.
Because Botox targets dynamic muscle movement, it can prevent new wrinkles from forming in the upper portion of the face.
Botox can treat many types of dynamic wrinkles, including forehead lines, crow’s feet, and glabellar lines between the eyebrows. Neuromodulators can also smooth horizontal neck bands.
Fillers are gel-like substances that restore lost volume. Neuromodulators treat dynamic wrinkles, and dermal fillers target static wrinkles in the lower area of the face, such as the midface, lips, and jawline.
The team may recommend dermal fillers to treat nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and thin lips. Fillers can also contour the cheekbones and define your jawline.
Botox isn’t the only neuromodulator that the team offers at Rouge Aesthetics. They also offer:
Xeomin is chemically similar to Botox and may work well for clients who no longer see the results they crave from Botox.
The team is also proud to offer Jeuveau® (NewTox), the latest neuromodulator to treat fine lines and wrinkles. Jeuveau shares many chemical similarities to Botox and Xeomin and may help treat wrinkles that aren’t as responsive to previous neuromodulators.
Most neuromodulators, including Botox, Jeuveau, and Xeomin, take about one week to settle and last for around three to six months. Dermal fillers provide instant results and typically wear off within six to 12 months. You can extend the lifespan of your results with maintenance treatments.
Call Rouge Aesthetics, or schedule an appointment online today to learn more about Botox and fillers.