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Butterfly or flairs. These extensions should last between 3 weeks. At that point, a refill is required. 50 - 75% of the lashes should still remain, at this point and the rest will be refilled. See price list for refills when you book online.
Mascara is not recommended, or really needed. However, if mascara is used, then oil free, non-waterproof should be used. Eyelashes should be dry for 24 hours after initial application. Normal eye rubbing is discouraged for the sake of eyelash
Frequently asked questions:
What is Botox?
Botox is a purified protein and contains no live Bacteria. We use only Botox provided by Allergan, which is the only approved source in the United States.
How does it work?
It restricts muscle contractions. Wrinkles are caused by muscle contractions.
How long does it last?
3 to 4 months and possibly longer.
Can I get too much Botox?
Too much Botox in one sitting can result in a Frozen forehead, or lowered brow, or drooping eyelids. Some people will develop immunity. A lethal dose would consist of about 2,500 units or 25 vials at a single sitting!
The minimum dose required to achieve the desired effect will be best.
How can I avoid resistance?
Alter injection sites, Switch to a different serum, such as Xeromin or Myobloc.
What areas can be treated?
Horizontal forehead lines, Crow's feet,
Frown lines. Generally.
Who should not have Botox?
Pregnant or lactating women, People with neurological diseases, such as Lou Gherig's Disease, Myasthenia Gravis or MS.
People who have a fever, flu or cold symptoms. If you have these, please reschedule. People who have allergies to cows milk, or human albumin,or Botox or infection or dermatitis at the injection site.
People who have had recent blephroplasty, or laser resurfacing. People who have needle related anxiety or syncope.
Please reschedule if you are on antibiotics or aminoglycosides.
What are the risks?