Congratulations! You have selected one of the most highly effective non-surgical treatments to improve your skin’s tone, elasticity and volume. Your BellaFill treatment will create some immediate results which will make you very happy. For the best experience there are some simple preparations for your BellaFill treatment. After the treatment we believe it is the long-lasting effect of the collagen regeneration which you will find the most thrilling. The makers of BellaFill have tracked the lasting effect of this injectable for up to 10 years, with no need for repeat injections.
To make sure that you are prepared for the injection process, you should know that at Ageless Beauty Center we use the latest injection delivery techniques using a cannula – a blunt tipped needle designed to minimize bruising. This is truly the best tool to use especially around the sensitive eye area where the blood vessels are more vulnerable to being nicked by a traditional sharp injection needle. The cannula tip will just push the blood vessel aside without damaging. The cannula also works to break-up any scar tissue or fibrous tissue to further accelerate the natural stimulation of your body’s own collagen.
Here are 3 things to do before your BellaFill treatment day:
- For the week before your treatment avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, alcohol, vitamin E or fish oil. In short anything that thins your blood and makes you more vulnerable to bruising.
- Consider using 3 to 5 arnica pills under the tongue as an oral treatment before and after your treatment day. Arnica is an all-natural pain-reliever that you will want to have in your medicine cabinet and can be found at most health food stores. The arnica will help minimize any swelling or bruising associated with the ArteFill treatment.
- Book a short 15 minute pre-consultation a few days before your ArteFill day for a skin allergy test.
Ageless Beauty Center owner, Darlene Puja is a cosmetic RN and has undergone extensive training on the best injection methods. The use of the cannula is just one of the tools she uses to make sure that your experience is the least invasive and the most effective. If you are comparison-shopping be sure to ask about your injection specialist’s medical training and injection methods.