It’s no secret that there’s been pent-up demand for Botox® and dermal fillers since all the medspas across the country have had to close their doors. Now that we’re taking appointments again, we want to encourage you to be proactive about your injectables and book your sessions well in advance, before you need it. Here’s why:
Regularity with injectables saves you money.
Have you heard about buildable benefits? This is a main feature of injectables. Once you achieve your goals, it takes less product to maintain your benefits. Following a routine with your injectables helps you stay on track and sustain a baseline of benefits for the long term. By the way, another factor at play with buildable benefits is collagen stimulation, as injectables also stimulate new collagen growth.
Advance planning helps you avoid inconveniences.
Nothing is worse than getting stuck without the benefits you’ve come to rely on. You are due for your next Botox but you can’t be seen until next month? That simply will not do, right? We recommend booking your injectables sessions up to a year in advance to avoid scheduling pitfalls like this. The thing about injectables is that we have a good idea when you’ll need touch- ups. Botox typically lasts up to four months, whereas dermal fillers may require touch-ups every six to 12 months, depending on your filers and goals. Scheduling your treatments in advance makes perfect sense since we know when you’ll need it!
Proactive scheduling circumvents the hassles of downtime!
Say you are able to squeeze in a dermal filler session a week before a big party or event, and then you find yourself praying afterward that your lip enhancement swelling is able to fully resolve itself before you need to make your appearance. Rather than facing the stress of this situation, scheduling your fillers in advance helps you plan for some downtime in case you need it. Our expert injectors are pros at minimizing your risk for side effects, which include swelling, bruising and pinpoint bleeding. However, every person responds differently to treatment. Even if you respond well to treatment in general, you may have an off day and get a small bruise. Better to plan ahead so you can relax while your injectables fully settle and reveal your best.