Amy Resner and her team know that caring for their patients’ well-being means listening to them so they can better identify what will work best for each individual client. With this in mind, the Beauty & Grace Aesthetics team specializes in a multitude of services and products that are sure to give your looks the refinement and support you are after.

In our first blog post, we will dispel some myths about many of our most popular procedures and products, helping readers learn more about particular aesthetic services and how they work. After all, we are here to help you make a well-informed decision and nothing less will do! 

What Are the Most Popular Cosmetic Treatments Available?

The aesthetics industry has grown tremendously in the last few decades with the development of safe and reliable technology based on sound scientific evidence. At Beauty & Grace Aesthetics, our patients have access to the most advanced treatments, enjoying non-invasive therapies and procedures that improve their looks and well being as a result. 

Some of the most popular cosmetic treatments and products we offer include Botox, Dysport, Dermal Fillers such as Restylane, Vollure,  and Voluma, and SkinMedica products. 

Depending on your need, some products, or perhaps a combination of them, will offer better results than others. At Beauty & Grace Aesthetics, we do not embrace a one-size-fits-all approach because our skin is unique and it requires unique care. 

Below, we discuss some of these treatments and whether they can provide your beauty with the enhancement you seek. 

What Is Botox and Is It Right For Me?

Many of the women who come to us worry that their wrinkles are making them less likely to enjoy life. 

They claim they are scared of smiling and having fun, worried that their wrinkles will show. Furthermore, many women feel that the wrinkles caused by their expressions are actually draining them emotionally. 

According to many studies, Botox can help women who struggle with negative moods, all the while making them feel like a million bucks!

When looking into Botox, you should feel confident that the treatment is FDA-approved and that it helps to smooth wrinkles. Thankfully, a Botox application takes no more than 15 minutes and it can help make you feel and look great in a very short time!

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Recovering Skin Elasticity with Dermal Fillers

Many women want to look (and feel) their best without having to go under the knife. The great variety of dermal fillers offered at Beauty & Grace Aesthetics can help with that. 

Offering a path to skin restoration without surgical intervention, dermal fillers can enhance the vitality of your facial muscles, remove wrinkles, and even help to soften scars with the help of collagen and fluid. With facial fillers, depressions are replenished and the skin is repaired, helping you to achieve a more youthful — and joyful — look. 

Some of the most popular facial filler treatments we offer include Restylane and Voluma.

Restylane: That Extra Something You Didn’t Even Know You Needed!

Approved by the FDA and in use since 2003, Restylane is a type of hyaluronic acid-based facial fillers used in and around lips, eyes, and in the nasolabial folds that give the skin a more youthful and smooth look.  

Over time, our lips tend to become thinner, adding to the weighty look that wrinkles and other aging signs produce. That’s when Restylane can come in handy. 

At Beauty & Grace Aesthetics, we use Restylane Silk products, helping our patients achieve the luscious look they desire while also helping to hydrate their skin.  

Deflated Cheeks and Aging: Voluma to the Rescue

Another easy way to strip years off your age is to correct something we all will eventually have to deal with: deflated or flattening cheeks. For that, only Voluma can do the trick. 

Being an FDA-approved treatment designed to add volume to the cheek area, Voluma can help you look ten years younger simply by giving you plump cheeks. 

This quick and convenient treatment can also last up to two years if the patient takes the necessary precautions. 

If you have questions on any of the procedures, or if you would like to know more about products and services we provide that weren’t explained at length in this blog post, feel free to contact us at (317) 852-8103 and we’ll be more than happy to schedule a consultation!