How to Avoid Injection Disasters 

Rachael Storm

Nurse Practitioner & Aesthetics Expert

LowTE Florida

4540 N. Federal Highway

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

954.791.4498

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The adage “you get what you pay for” is very true when it comes to aesthetic injections. There are many advertisements and coupons out there for quick skin injections done by almost anyone. Before committing to any of these deals, ask questions and find out who and what you are dealing with. A lot of times the people that jump on these deals aren’t sure what the difference is between the different facial fillers and injectibles. If you don’t want to find yourself dealing with an injection disaster, here are some things to keep in mind…

Botox and Dysport don’t fill in lines or wrinkles. It does, however, reduce wrinkling by simply relaxing facial muscles for 3-4 months. When the muscles are relaxed, they cannot create facial lines and frowns that can cause you to look older. Many times, it’s combined with facial fillers to provide very beautiful natural-looking rejuvenation. But this can only take place under the care of trained aesthetic practitioners.   

Many of the deals out there could be linked to products being purchased on the black market. Also, there is a chance that the product has expired, or is mixed with other chemicals that have horrific side-effects. Beauty comes at a price, but never compromise health and safety for a great deal.

If you’re considering facial injections, be sure to schedule a complimentary consultation with Rachael Storm, Nurse Practitioner at LowTE Florida. She is an aesthetics expert who offers patients high-quality aesthetic facial treatment services. She also teaches other Nurse Practitioners and MDs how to inject at a school here in Fort Lauderdale. Consultation is KEY, and she will discuss how her treatments and others will work best for keeping your skin healthy and rejuvenated. Connect with Rachael Storm today at LowTE Florida 954.791.4498.

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