Cosmetic Injections

Botox/Xeomin/Dysport: Decreases active wrinkles for about 3 months.

Dermal Fillers: Augments volume for 9-12 months.

Hylenex: Dissolves unwanted HA Fillers

Intramuscular Shots

Amino Blend: Combination of 9 amino acids that helps with blood circulation, accelerate metabolism, and increase muscle relaxation.

B12 Shot: Important to maintain red blood cell integrity and avoid certain types of anemias. Increases energy and wellness.

Glutathione Shot: Known as the “mother of anti-oxidants”, where it will maintain the cells healthy, help strengthen the immune system
and with constant use may give a natural glow to skin.

Tri-Immune Shot: Combination of Vitamin C, Zinc and Glutathione for the optimization of our immune system and help prevent getting sick.

MICC Shot: Methionine, Inositol, Choline and Cobalamin is a combination of B vitamins that help to increase metabolism and help burn fat.

IV Infusions

Athletic IV: Ideal for pre-workout and post-work out hydration. Will help promote peak performance for any intense physical activity. Will lower the possibilities of having muscle cramps and aid in a quick recovery. It has a combination of 10 amino acids (including Taurine) and magnesium.

Beauty IV: Helps promote collagen production and strengthening of our skin, nails and hair. Contains Vitamin C and Biotin.

Hydration IV: Active hydration of 1000ml of Normal Saline or Ringer’s Lactate

Immunity IV: Strengthens your own immune system to help fight of sickness. Ideal combination of high dosages of Vitamin C, Zinc and B-Complex.

Mega Mix IV: This IV is a combination of Myers cocktail with Pain Relief. It is ideal for overall wellness and pain relief. It contains Magnesium, calcium, B-12, Vit. C, B-Complex and DMSO.

Myers Cocktail IV: Classic combination of nutrients for overall wellness. It includes magnesium, calcium, B-12, Vit. C and B-complex.

Pain Relief IV: Natural anti-inflammatory nutrients such as Magnesium and DMSO to help lower overall pain and inflammation.


Botox is an injectable form of botulinum toxin type A, which is derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It’s initial use was to control spasms in different muscles. It was then noticed that people that were treated with this medication had a significant decrease of dynamic wrinkles surrounding the area treated. Nowadays the treatment of Botox for facial rejuvenation, wrinkle reduction and prevention is becoming more and more acceptable and even desirable. There are 4 FDA approved botulinum toxins used for cosmetic reasons. Botox was the first one approved in 2002 to treat glabellar lines (the 11’s) then Dysport, Xeomin and Jeaveau followed. They all have the same active ingredient and work very similarly with few differences during their purification methods.

This is a medical procedure and you must have your medical history taken, undergo an evaluation and your goals must be discussed. The initial visit may take about 30 minutes with all the consent forms and medical documentation. Subsequent visits take about 15 minutes. After evaluation, and if you are determined to be a good candidate for the procedure, the doctor will inject small amounts of the product in the areas where you desire a decrease of wrinkles.

The most common side effect is a mild headache that may last 1-3 days. Possibility of pain, swelling and bruising at the injection site. Allergic reactions. Eye dryness and droopy eyelid (rare and temporary).

You could move your muscles that were injected on the first day to help them take in the product well. You should avoid rubbing or putting pressure in the areas injected. This will help prevent unwanted migration of the product. Avoid strenuous exercise, sauna, and tanning for 24 hours to avoid bruising. Always contact your doctor if you have any concerns.

The botulinum toxin A blocks the nerve signals that tell the muscle to contract. This way it maintains the muscle smooth, since it does not contract it decreases wrinkles and prevents new ones from forming.

If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, any active infection in the area or if you have had an allergic reaction to the product in the past would mean you would not be able to have the procedure.

Avoid alcohol for at least 24 hours. Avoid non-essential blood thinners such as fish oil, aspirin, and ibuprofen for a couple of days before your treatment. This will help prevent bruising.

The effects will be noticeable in 4-7 days but it will finish settling in at about 2 weeks. At that point, it is recommended to see your doctor and verify the results, if there is any fine-tuning or enhancement it can be done at that moment. The results should last 3-4 months, but will vary by person. Lastly but most importantly, enjoy your refreshed new look!