Injectables

A broad term for substances injected into the skin for various cosmetic purposes. Common injectables include fillers, neurotoxins (Botox), and fat transfer.

Pros: Minimally invasive, targeted approach to address specific concerns, can achieve natural-looking results.

Cons: Temporary results (require repeat treatments), cost varies depending on the product and amount used, potential for side effects like bruising or swelling.

Alternatives: Topical skincare products (less effective), surgical procedures (more invasive but longer-lasting).

Recovery: Minimal downtime, possible bruising or swelling at the injection site, results are typically visible within days.

Disclaimer: This information is for general knowledge only and does not substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult a licensed dermatologist or esthetician to determine the best course of treatment for your individual needs.