Injectables & Fillers

Are you wondering if an injectable is right for you?
All of our appointments start with an initial consultation to answer your questions.

Botox®, Dysport®, Juvéderm®, Kybella®, Radiesse® Restylane®, Restylane Lyft®, Restylane Refyne®,
Restylane Defyne®, Sculptra®, Voluma®, Vollure®, Volbella®, Xeomin®, Non-Surgical Butt Lift

For clients who are wanting to add definition to their face to achieve a contoured look, dermal fillers can be administered.
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Lip fillers consist of Hyaluronic Acid, which is a substance produced naturally in the body and is classified as being hydrophilic.
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At Deux Rose Beauty Refinery, we offer three types of anti-wrinkle injections: Botox, Dysport and Xeomin.
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Chin and jaw filler can be administered separately but they go hand in hand to accomplish a sculpted and symmetrical look.
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Chin and jaw filler can be administered separately but they go hand in hand to accomplish a sculpted and symmetrical look.
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Tear trough filler is the application of dermal filler to the under eye area to fill in any dark circles and hollowness under the eye.
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A liquid nose job is a non-surgical nose correction using filler.
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1 ML of HA Filler through the area of the smile line or marionette line region of the face.
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Fat Reduction Injection placed in the underside of the chin, bra line and stomach area.
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Sculptra® Aesthetic is unique from other dermal fillers in that it works by stimulating the body to create its own new collagen, providing an overall rejuvenation of the face. Learn more
Now one of the most sought-after treatments, Sculptra Buttock Augmentation is a non-surgical procedure that can help create a more feminine silhouette using a series of Sculptra injections.
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Energy and supplementation for all ages.
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Cheek

Filler

For clients who are wanting to add definition to their face to achieve a contoured look, dermal fillers can be administered. These fillers are also Hyaluronic in nature and are specifically designated for “sculpting.”

The procedure of cheek fillers can take about 45 minutes to 1 hour. After consulting with the injector, the injection site is then determined and a local anesthetic is administered to numb the client before the injection. Once the filler is applied, the injector will then sculpt the filler for optimal results. There is minimal discomfort with cheek enhancement, this is largely in part to the local anesthetic.

After a client has received cheek filler, the end result will be a visible enhancement of the cheek bone area. There’s practically zero downtime. The procedure takes about 15 to 20 minutes total and the numbing will start to wear off after about 15 minutes. You can go about your daily life afterward but shouldn’t make any big plans (like a wedding or an important event) for at least three days in case you bruise.Results can last 14-18 months.

Results from cheek enhancement fillers can be seen immediately. The filler will be moveable for about two weeks, after this point the filler will be fully settled and results can last about 18 months.

Lip

Filler

Lip fillers consist of Hyaluronic Acid, which is a substance produced naturally in the body and is classified as being hydrophilic, meaning it draws in water from the body to the site of the injection. This reaction causes the lips to plump and results in achieving the fullness desired by the client.

Due to the nature of fillers (HA) the body receives the filler with little resistance and can be metabolized safely by the client after the injection is administered.

Lip fillers can last between four to eight months based on a couple of factors: the type of filler, the rate of the client’s metabolism, and if the client has received injections in the past.

There are fillers created to achieve both conservative and more pronounced results, the type of filler can be determined during a client’s initial consultation.

The rate of the client’s metabolism will affect the longevity of the results. Those with a higher metabolism may see shorter results compared to a client with a slower metabolic rate.

Lastly, if a client has received injections in the past a foundation has already been created, thus adding to existing filler may be noticeable compared to a client who has never received lip filler before.

Lip fillers consist of Hyaluronic Acid, which is a substance produced naturally in the body and is classified as being hydrophilic, meaning it draws in water from the body to the site of the injection. This reaction causes the lips to plump and results in achieving the fullness desired by the client.

Due to the nature of fillers (HA) the body receives the filler with little resistance and can be metabolized safely by the client after the injection is administered.

Lip fillers can costs between $450-$1,000 depending on the type of filler, the amount, and the injector.

The entirety of your lip filler appointment can last between 30-45 minutes. The first portion of your appointment will be numbing for about 10-15 minutes with the remaining time dedicated to the injection. The numbing cream will wear off about 20-30 minutes post injection.

Results can be seen immediately after the injection is administered. Clients may experience swelling or bruising (or both) which is common. The filler will take between 1-2 weeks to fully settle in which this will be the result for the next few months.

If a client is unhappy with their results or experience a negative reaction, the filler can be erased using Hyaluronidase. This breaks down the filler almost immediately after it’s been injected. See more here

Anti

Wrinkle

Neurotoxic proteins that can be administered to treat overactive muscles. These are ideal preventive treatments to combat anti-aging as they reduce excessive mucle movements that cause static lines in the face. These injections can also treat overactive sweat glands and assist with tension headaches.

Forehead (Unwanted Wrinkles, Tension Headaches)
Crows Feet (Smile Lines)
In Between The Eyes (Elevens)
Under Arms (Overractive Sweat Glands)
Lip (Smoker Lines, Gummy Smile)
Masster Muscle (Shrinks Muscles To Slim Face)

On average 3 months, results may vary depending on the recipient’s metabolic rate.

$485 for the full vial of anti-wrinkle.

If you are breastfeeding, pregnant, allergic to ingredients found in Dypsort (list of ingredients can be found on the Dysport website) you can not receive Dysport injections. Make your doctor aware of any medical conditions or medications you may be taking.

Chin

Filler

Chin filler can be administered to accomplish a sculpted and symmetrical look.

Client’s wanting to enhance their chin do so in order to create symmetry or want to create a pronounced chin line if there is a lack of definition. It is often for client’s to want their chin enhanced after receiving lip fillers or liquid nose jobs (or both) to balance out the augmentations.

Administering filler to the chin can be a relatively short process depending on the amount of filler being applied. Clients can expect the procedure to take 35-45 minutes, the same can be said for the jawline as well. Combining the services can make the duration of the appointment a full hour.

The price of chin filler can vary based on the amount needed to achieve the desired result. The pricing can range from $600-$2,000 and the amount needed can be determined upon consultation.

Jaw

Filler

Jaw filler can be administered to accomplish a sculpted and symmetrical look.

Jaw enhancement injections are a fast, non-surgical way to enhance the look of your jawline and jowls. If you feel that your jawline is asymmetrical, lacks definition, or has begun to sag due to aging or weight loss, you may want to consider this treatment.

Administering filler to the jaw can be a relatively short process depending on the amount of filler being applied. Clients can expect the procedure to take 35-45 minutes.

The price of jaw filler can vary based on the amount needed to achieve the desired result. The pricing begins at $1500 and the amount needed can be determined upon consultation.

Under

Eye

Filler

Tear trough filler is the application of dermal filler to the under eye area to fill in any dark circles and hollowness under the eye.

Due to the nature of fillers (HA) the body receives the filler with little resistance and can be metabolized safely by the client after the injection is administered.

Results can be seen instantly!

The filler is applied to the tear trough region using a cannula to prevent bruising, excessive bleeding and minimizes discomfort. The cannula’s small yet blunt edge, allows the instrument to move easily through the membrane without puncturing arteries and veins.

There are fillers created to achieve both conservative and more pronounced results, the type of filler can be determined during a client’s initial consultation.

The rate of the client’s metabolism will affect the longevity of the results. Those with a higher metabolism may see shorter results compared to a client with a slower metabolic rate.

Tear trough filler can last 8 months to one year and only takes about 45 minutes to administer.

Tear trough filler can cost $600-$1200 depending on the type of filler and the amount of filler needed.

Liquid

Nose

Job

A liquid nose job is a non-surgical nose correction using filler. It is important to understand that when considering a liquid nose job, the filler will add to the nose in order to achieve symmetry as opposed to minimizing the nose in a traditional rhinoplasty.

Liquid nose jobs are performed in a straightforward application. Filler is applied only to the bridge and tip of the nose and is molded to achieve symmetry. Filler will be added to the bridge at the discretion of the injector and it is optional to add a touch of filler to the tip of the nose for a lifting effect.

Liquid nose jobs are safe and less invasive than a traditional rhinoplasty.

Filler for liquid nose jobs can only be administered to the bridge and tip of the nose. If filler is applied outside of these areas there is a risk of puncturing arteries that run vertically down the face.

The cost of a liquid nose job is merely a fraction of a traditional rhinoplasty. The price ranges $750 + depending on the amount of filler needed to complete the liquid nose job, most candidates can see their desired results using 1 or 2 syringes of filler.

Clients who received a liquid nose job will not have any downtime, but they may experience slight swelling immediately after the injection is administered.

Liquid nose jobs can last 18 months – 2 years. Due to the longevity of the results, no downtime and minimal discomfort, and low cost of the liquid nose jobs, they are highly sought out by clients considering rhinoplasty.

Smile

Line

Filler

Smile Line Filler is the application of an HA Filler (hyaluronic acid filler) to the nasal labial folds/marionette lines.

All injection patients are treated with a topical numbing agent to ensure maximum comfort.

Patients on serious medications should consult with their physician before getting fillers, this treatment is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding.

Kybella

Kybella is an FDA approved treatment to destroy fat cells. Kybella is a deoxycholic acid that destroys fat cells and is an alternative to surgical treatments with comparable results.

Kybella can be administered through a needle at the desired location.

The most common area to inject Kybella is the “double chin” area. However, Kybella can treat other areas with stubborn fat like the lower tummy, inner thighs and arms.

Kybella destroys the targeted fat cells permanently. However, it is common for recipients to need more than one treatments.

For one treatment of Kybella (2 vials of the injection) is $1199. Package pricing can be requested for those eligible for multiple Kybella seatings.

There isn’t downtime with Kybella, but recipients can anticipate swelling at the site of the injection area for a few days to a few weeks.

If you are taking serious medications, consult with your physician before getting this injection. Women who are pregnant or nursing should also not receive this treatment as well as those with infections or bleeding problems

Sculptra

Sculptra is a cosmetic injection that is used to restore facial volume. Sculptra boosts the recipient’s collagen production and as a result provides long-lasting results.

Common areas are throughout the face and buttocks.

Unlike hyaluronic acid fillers that produce immediate results, Sculptra’s results are seen over time. The recipient will see a gradual change up to 12 weeks after the injection is recieved.

Sculptra is $1199 for one treatment (2 vials). Cusom packages can be created for clients needing multiple seatings.

Sculptra should not be injected while there is an infection in the treatment area, if the recipient ifs pregnant or nursing.

Now one of the most sought-after treatments, Sculptra Buttock Augmentation is a non-surgical procedure that can help create a more feminine silhouette using a series of Sculptra injections.

With the increase of noninvasive options available to treat almost any area of your body you’d like to tweak, there are a lot more solutions that don’t call for going under the knife. The “Sculptra Butt Lift,” is a technique that involves using a long-lasting dermal filler to give your backside a fuller, more lifted look without the risks or downtime associated with more invasive procedures.

B12

B12 shots are vitamin shots that aid with energy, stress reduction, healthy skin and brain fuction.

B12 can be recieved once a month unless otherwise recommended by your physician.

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