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The new go-to treatment for a hydrated, glowing complexion.

Why It’s Special

  • Injected as microdroplets to increase hydration, boost collagen and soften skin.
  • Ideal for treating lax skin, smoothing fine lines and improving skin luminosity.
  • Performed by advanced practice providers whose "core practice" is injecting the face and body
Frequency of Treatment Every 6-12 months is recommended for best results.
Pricing $450 per syringe.

Get to know Skinvive — the new go-to treatment for glowing skin!

Moisture is vital for a radiant complexion, and this innovative treatment revitalizes your skin from within.

Skinvive vs Filler: What's the difference?

Skinvive: Not Your Average Dermal Filler, But A Skin-Boosting Treat!

It may have a similar composition to hyaluronic acid fillers, but this skin-boosting treatment doesn’t add volume, instead it uses aquaporin microdroplets for hydration and enhanced skin quality.

How often do results last?

Ideally you will want to schedule your treatments every 6-12 months to maintain your wrinkle free look!

I have a big event coming up. When should I book my appointment?

Treatment requires minimal downtime. So you can return to your daily routine immediately after you leave our office but you will want to schedule 2 weeks before a big event.

Are there any other side effects I should know about?

The most common early reactions/side effects of injectable soft tissue fillers include bruising, edema and erythema. The application of ice after injection may help to reduce swelling, and preoperative precautions regarding anticoagulating agents may help to reduce the severity of bruising.