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  • What is the process of micro needling with platelet rich plasma?
    Involves pricking the skin with tiny sterilized needles.. Blood is extract from your veins and spun in a centrifuge. The plasma is extract and applied on your face. The small wounds cause your body to make more collagen and elastin, which heal your skin and help you look younger.
  • How soon can I wear make up after the treatment?
    After the treatment is completed, it is recommended to keep your face bear for 24 hours. After you can wear, light make up as your face recovers from the procedure.
  • How long does it take for results to show?
    It can take up to 3 to 4 sessions to complete changes in your skin.
  • Are there any restrictions to receiving BOTOX?
    If you have received botox in the last month, it is ideal to not have BOTOX done the day of an important event.
  • Are there any restrictions after getting BOTOX?
    You should not touch your face 24 hours after treatment as well as not laying down four hours after treatment. This will reduce the Botox from migrating. Refrain from excessive sweating for this will reduce the effects of the Botox.
  • How soon after receiving Botox, will I see results?
    Results are shown between 24 to 48 hours after receiving. Typically the effects of Botox will last up to three months before needing to book another service.
  • How many Injections will I need?
    The number of injections or units used is dependent on the areas being treated. The provider will assess the area and make recommendations.
  • How often can I receive these shots?
    The vitamins being used are water soluble. They are readily available to use and get excreted through urine 48 hours after administration. Vitamin shots can be given one to two. The frequency of the vitamins given will be reviewed by the provider and plan specific to your health needs will be developed.
  • Are all vitamins given intramuscularly?
    The lipotropic shots and B12 shots are normally given intramuscularly. If you would like to add an injectable to your IV hydration, there is a list of additives that can be done. This also depends on the type of infusion you are receiving.
  • Are there any precautions with the vitamins?
    A pertinent health history is important to have. Some vitamins can throw off certain lab work. It is important to discuss your health history with the provider to see which vitamins shots are best for you.
  • How long does the infusion process take?
    After an IV is placed and the infusion is going depending on what infusion you choose a class anywhere between 45 minutes to an hour.
  • Are there any restrictions in getting an infusion?
    As a provider, we don’t recommend clients that have a congestive heart history, anyone under the age of 18 years old, or a client that is pregnant to receive an infusion.
  • How often do you recommend getting an infusion?
    Depending on the type of infusion you are getting you can have up to 3 to 4 infusion in a month.
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