Look Your Best this Holiday Season with Our Cosmetic Facial Offerings

Even though the holidays may look different this year, you’ll still have plenty of opportunities for photo sessions and video calls with friends and family.  Put your best face forward and treat yourself this holiday season with our cosmetic facial offerings. From injectables to eyelash treatments, our team of providers at Vein Institute has everything you need to restore your youthful appearance, boost your confidence, and help you look your best. 

Keep reading to learn more about your options.

Say goodbye to dynamic wrinkles

Dynamic wrinkles develop as a result of repetitive facial expressions such as squinting or frowning. Crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, and the “11” wrinkles between your eyebrows are all examples of dynamic wrinkles. Unfortunately, these wrinkles can make you appear worried or grumpy — even if you’re not. 

Enter: Botox® injectable treatments. Botox temporarily relaxes specific facial muscles around your eyes and forehead, resulting in a more youthful appearance. Treatments are quick (about 10 minutes), and you’ll start to see results in just 24-48 hours.  

Botox might be right for you if you:

There’s only minimal downtime, and it’s best to avoid exercise for 24 hours after your treatment. Redness at the injection site is a common but temporary side effect. This means that Botox can fit easily into your schedule without impacting your busy holiday plans. 

Restore a youthful appearance 

Dynamic wrinkles aren’t the only type of wrinkles that impact your appearance. Static wrinkles can form as a result of the natural aging process. As you age, your body starts to produce less of both collagen and elastin — two proteins that make your skin smooth, soft, and supple. 

Thankfully, dermal fillers such as JUVEDERM® combat static wrinkles and volume loss. JUVEDERM is a dermal filler that uses hyaluronic acid (which naturally occurs in your body) to restore lost volume and promote collagen production.

JUVEDERM might be right for you if you have:

Like Botox, JUVEDERM has little downtime. Results can last up to 12 months. And you don’t have to choose between JUVEDERM and Botox. They each combat different types of wrinkles, so you can receive both injections to achieve your desired look.

Get dreamy eyes with Latisse®

Mascara can make your eyelashes appear darker and more vibrant, but if your lashes are thinning, there’s no mascara that can make them longer. Latisse can help though! Latisse, which is a prescription medication, stimulates your eyelashes to grow both thicker and longer. 

You might consider Latisse if:

You’ll start to see results around four weeks, leaving you with luscious, dreamy eyelashes ready for any close-up!

Get picture-ready for this holiday season

Don’t enter into the holiday season feeling self-conscious about your appearance. At Vein Institute, we work with you to determine which cosmetic facial offerings are right for your needs. 

To schedule a consultation for cosmetic facial treatments (or other services for facial veins), call one of our five convenient locations in Shelton, Westport, Newtown, Avon, and Fairfield, Connecticut. Alternatively, you can book your appointment online

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