Botox & Dysport

The Best Injectables North of Boston!

Why RN Esthetics?  Our team of Advanced Practice Nurses have extensive experience with Botox and Dysport. We are a top 250 Allergan provider Nationally, and are ACE trainers for other Physicians and RNs on the art and science of injectables. While many Physicians and Nurses offer injectable treatments, it takes an artistic eye to decide where to treat for best results.  Our skill level and expertise is what has made us the Best Med Spa on the North Shore by NS Magazine and a featured provider in Boston Magazine.

NEUROMODULATORS

Botox® is a simple, nonsurgical treatment, injected directly into the muscles.  Aesthetically, it is used to improve the look of moderate-to-severe dynamic wrinkles (wrinkles in motion) in people 18 to 65 years of age for a short period of time (temporary). It works by blocking nerve impulses to the injected muscles and reduces muscle activity that causes moderate to severe lines and wrinkles. When treated optimally, Botox lasts an average of 3-4 months.

Beauty Full Insider Botox® ProgramThis program offers savings for our loyal clients to have their Botox treatments at the appropriate dose and frequency for best results. We price Botox per unit, rather than per ‘area’.  We believe that everyone is unique, as is your treatment, and you should not be charged for Botox ‘per area’ that you do not need. Regular Botox is $14/unit. Beauty Full Insiders who are committed to Botox at the recommended dose and interval of every 3-4 months will pay $13 per unit!

Dysport is another neuromodulator to temporarily improve the look of your moderate to severe frown lines without changing the look of your whole face. *Please note that our practice does not use Xeomin® as we believe it to be an inferior product to Botox and Dysport.*

IMPORTANT: Optimal treatment with Botox can take an average of 20 units per area (crows feet, between brows, forehead, lower face) and men usually require more than women. It is not uncommon to have an initial treatment and a 2 week dose adjustment to get your individual correct dosing down. We would much rather treat you conservatively and adjust the dose, than over treat you and have you look frozen for 3-4 months.

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