All Injectables News

  • Fillers May Very Well be the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

    It’s no secret that injectables are as mainstream as makeup in 2016 — there’s no more stigma or shame associated with visiting a doctor for a little something here or there, but while Botox and similar neurotoxins were the way to go in past years, fillers are certainly the way of the future.  

  • Everything You Need to Know about Augmenting Your Lips

    Many us crave fuller, sexier lips, but have no idea where to start. Lip fillers and lip augmentation seem a bit complicated – and in truth, it is. There are so many options available now, and many factors to consider when deciding which is the best one for you. 

  • The One-Two Punch of Fillers and Neurotoxins

    Bogey n' Bacall, popcorn and a movie, salt and pepper, fillers and neurotoxins. Fillers and neurotoxins might not sound as snappy as some of the other pairings, but they do go together just like peanut butter and jelly. When these two injectables are used in tandem, the result is a nonsurgical facelift. Dr. 

  • Botox, Dysport or Xeomin: Are all Botulinum Toxin-Based Injectables Created Equal?

    Being over 40, I’ve been invited to my share of Botox parties - AKA ‘Come to my house, get a shot of Botox and then we’ll celebrate with champagne!’ parties. Everyone and their mother (especially their mothers) swear by the power of Botox and its almost magical ability to shave years off your forehead, eyes and mouth. In my opinion Botox seems to be my generation’s temporary fountain of youth. 

  • ‘Organic Botox’ Is Not the Same as Botox

    Surely on our list of overused buzzwords for 2015 was “detox,” followed swiftly thereafter by “organic” “Clean eating” and “decluttering” which also rank highly in our newly curated lexicon for embracing virtuous living. “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” starlet and cover star extraordinaire, Kim Kardashian made headlines when she bought rights to a product called Biotulin, heralded “organic Botox.” It’s a cream she says yields the same results as the neurotoxin that addresses wrinkles and fine lines. It sounds fascinating, but does it actually work? 

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