The hard and fast rule about Botox injections is that results don’t appear for several days. However, with a newer treatment application called InstaTox® (or Instant Botox), we can show faster and more natural-looking results. Just how fast is “instant?” How long does Botox take to work with this new technique?
Traditional Botox application can take up to 7 days to see the full effects, though initial results may be seen as early as 3 days post-treatment. Depending on your needs and how your body responds to Botox injections (every patient is different), you may also need a few more Botox units after that first treatment.
No, seriously. One hour.
After just one hour, you will see results. Before you even leave our medical spa, you will see your results. Using this unique Botox technique, your muscles will immediately respond and become tighter and lifted. The appearance of fine lines, loose skin, and crepiness are all reduced, revealing a more youthful you.
Walk out looking years younger than when you walked in. No waiting!
Only providers who have received additional training and certification are able to utilize this specialized Botox technique. Our aesthetic injectors were trained by certified instructors at the Injectability Institute, led by the nurse who discovered this revolutionary technique, Leslie Fletcher, BSN, RN, MEP-C.
Our nurse practitioners and physician assistant are experts in aesthetic injectables and are trained and licensed to perform InstaTox® in our Beverly Hills medical spa, Lasky Aesthetics and Laser Center. Their expertise and dedication to natural-looking results makes them a top choice for patients looking for cosmetic injectables like Botox and dermal fillers. Contact us for a consultation and ask us about the specialized Botox and dermal enhancer techniques we use.
May 12th, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we have instituted many changes to your normal office visit. These changes have been introduced to protect everyone’s health and safety during your visit. All of our staff have been tested for COVID-19 and are negative. They are being monitored daily as well and will be practicing safety guidelines.