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Botox/anti-wrinkle treatment works by relaxing the muscle in the treated area, resulting in smooth-wrinkle free skin. It is ideal for treating fine lines and wrinkles in the skin. Dermal fillers are injected into the facial skin layer to plump and restore volume in the treated area. Filler on average lasts longer than anti-wrinkle injection injections.

This will depend on a lot of factors, like genetics, exercise, diet and most importantly which treatment you receive. Read how often each treatment needs to be topped up HERE.

While injectables have a slight level of discomfort, it’s no worse than getting a quick prick. Our state-of-the-art pain management techniques, like numbing cream and nitrous oxide, will make it as comfortable as injectables can be.

Our expert practitioners will go through a consultation with you prior to your treatment to assess your concerns and desired final result. They have all been highly trained to help you best understand what exact procedures will give you the most “you” look. Our top-of-the-line diagnostic tools will also be used to best asses your individual treatments. All our treatments are tailored to each customer because at INJECTUAL, we know that it’s not one-size-fits-all solution.

Yes, you absolutely can get more than one treatment in a session, providing your practitioner has advised that it is safe to do so. NOTE: sometimes your desired aesthetic will take several visits to INJECTUAL to be achieved.

While we are confident you will love your results, yes, injectables are reversible. Every treatment does come with some risks attached, which your practitioners will and should run you through. Dermal filler can get dissolved, with a substance called hyaluronidase, so it is reversible. Botulinum toxin cannot get dissolved but does wear off after 3-6 months.

Yes, at Injectual you must be over 21 to receive injectable treatments.

Before your treatment, please avoid alcohol for 24h before the procedure, as this can thin the blood and increase the risk of bruising. Blood-thinners, like Ibuprofen, ginseng and Omega 3, should also be avoided. Make sure you DO have food and drink liquid on the day of your procedure to avoid light headedness.

You can get a facial directly before your treatment, although any procedures like laser or micro-needling should be avoided for at least a week before to ensure the skin is not sensitive. After your treatment, wait at least a week before any facials.

You can get injectables 3 weeks before or after you’ve received a Covid vaccination.

We’re so glad you asked: even before you step into INJECTUAL we want to make sure you’re taken care of. Our customer service team is always available to answer any questions you may have and put you at ease. We like to think that INJECTUAL is more than just a clinic, it’s an immersive experience. From our state of the art waiting room, to our signature INJECTUAL techniques, to the highest trained professionals in the field, we want to make sure everything we do is to the highest standard. We offer the best in pain management techniques, including numbing cream and nitrous oxide. We also offer specialty in-studio aftercare (complimentary, of course) including a recovery room where you can relax for as long as you want with a LED light treatment that aids recovery and will leave your skin with an extra bit of glow. Come in and see for yourself what makes INJECTUAL special.

Try your best to not touch the treated area for 3 hours, avoid heavy lifting and intense physical exercise for at least 24 hours. Avoid excessive amounts of alcohol and sodium as this could lead to swelling. If you do experience some minor swelling, you can apply a cold compress for 15 minutes every hour. Paracetamol can help with any pain management. Be sure to sleep face up if you had a facial procedure. If you require any more assistance or help after your procedure, our expertly trained staff is always on hand to answer your questions and offer medical advice.

It is not advised to get fillers while pregnant or breastfeeding.