Neuromodulators, Fillers, and the Liquid Face Lift

Neuromodulators, Fillers, and the Liquid Face Lift

Neuromodulators, Fillers, and the Liquid Face Lift


Kathy Haney is Master Certified in injecting dermal fillers and neurotoxins such as dysport, xeomin, and botox.

What are neurotoxins?

Don’t be intimidated. Neurotoxin is an intimidating name, but neurotoxins are helpful much past their aesthetic applications. In fact, we prefer to call them neuromodulators. These miracle medications not only help you maintain a youthful structure, which we will discuss later, they also are used to treat conditions such as pain disorders and epilepsy.

The aesthetic applications of neuromodulators are plenty. When injected properly, neuromodulators may be used to create a more youthful and vibrant appearance.

How do neuromodulators help create a more youthful appearance?

Neuromodulators address:

·   Deep forehead wrinkles ·   Frown lines ·   Crow’s feet ·   Bunny lines ·   Jelly rolls beneath eyes ·   Downturned mouth
·   Orange peel chin ·   Rosacea ·   Knee creases ·   Gummy smiles ·   Loose necks ·   And more!


Not all injections or injectors are created equal.

Being a Certified Master Injector allows one to have a precise knowledge on how you can improve a person’s appearance and address each individual concern. This level of expertise allows one to analyze facial anatomy and design a program /treatment plan to assist in correcting those issues.

What are fillers?

As we age, we lose volume in our face, fat becomes redistributed, and the face begins to sag. Fillers help to revolumize different parts of the face, such as the midface, to create a fuller more youthful and rejuvenated appearance.

How do fillers help create a more youthful appearance?

Fillers address:

·         Cheeks ·         Hallowed temples ·         Sagging jowls
·         Deep marionette lines ·         Smile lines ·         And more!


What is a liquid face lift?

A liquid face lift is a combination of fillers and neuromodulators that give the effect of a face lift without the surgery. Some call this “turning back the hands of time.”

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