Injectables by Bella Viságe

As the skin ages, it is exposed to environmental pollutants, ultraviolet rays, and the tug and pull of our muscles underneath the surface. Therefore collagen and hyaluronic acid in the skin begin to diminish, skin loses structure and volume, and unwelcome lines and wrinkles appear. Many people choose to restore the youthful appearance of their face with injectables. There are two general classes of injectables, which offer minimally invasive techniques: neuromuscular toxins (Botox) and soft tissue fillers (Juvaderm and Restylane).



Botox is a simple, nonsurgical procedure that can smooth deep persistent lines (which have developed over time) for up to four months. Botox is a natural, purified protein which is injected in very low doses into overactice muscles that cause lines to form. Botox works by blocking the release of the chemical that causes muscles to contract.

Botox is the brand name for botulinum toxin type A. Botox is administered into overactive facial muscles and works differently than wrinkle fillers. It blocks the body’s chemicals that cause wrinkle-causing facial muscle contractions. By preventing the contractions, the wrinkle that comes with it is prevented.

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Dermal Fillers

Restylane®, Restylane Silk®, and Juviderm Ultra are dermal fillers composed of hyaluronic acid, and thus attract water into the injected area, providing volume and fullness to the skin and soft tissues of the face. This helps to replace lost volume and restore youthful contours to the skin by smoothing facial wrinkles and folds.

It provides a soft, supple correction that provides a very natural result. Restylane Silk® is the newest member of the ‘Restylane Family’ and is FDA indicated for subtle enhancement of the lips and smoothing of the fine lines around the mouth.

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