Who says that you have to accept aging gracefully? You can turn back the clock and look younger with a variety of spa treatments such as Botox injections. Done properly, these injections can help to erase wrinkles, but you must go to a reputed location for your injections if you want to get the best results. Most of the places that offer Botox are medical spas, which differ from day spas in the medically trained staff that are on hand who must administer the injections for your Botox treatment. Here are some of the best spas around town where you can find qualified Botox services.
3303 Audley St.
Houston, TX 77098
Innovative Aesthetics offers multiple surgical and non-surgical procedures for improving your whole body. Botox is just one of these that is given by Dr. Jim Cain, who has had decades of medical experience. Dr. Cain will provide you with Botox injections where you need them to get rid of wrinkles and lines from areas around your neck and face. Innovative Aesthetics is one of the few medical spas in Houston that offers a loyalty program for Botox treatments. Since Botox does not last forever, getting repeated treatments will ensure the best results. With the loyalty program, called “Brilliant Distinctions,” you can collect points that will save you money on future treatments.
The Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Center
2646 S. Loop W. Freeway, Suite 104
Houston, TX 77054
The doctor in charge at The Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Center, Dr. Mike Pappolla, specialized in studying human aging during his education, which makes him more than qualified as a physician to understand the aging process and the proper administration of Botox. Despite being a medical spa located close to the medical center, The Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Center boasts a comfortable interior with flickering candles on wall sconces and other decorative accents that make it a soothing experience rather than feeling like you are going to the doctor.
Nuveau Medical Aesthetics is headed by Dr. Christine Cheng. She is a professional in offering cosmetic treatments and is the one who administers all of the skin care procedures at Nuveau Medical Aesthetics that require a medical doctor. At this medical spa, Botox injections are mainly used to treat crows’ feet, frown lines and brow or forehead lines. You can get treated at the same appointment you schedule for your consultation, if you so choose. That makes this spa a great choice for when you know that you want Botox and need to get it done quickly. Since there is no down time, you will see the results when you walk out of the door after your treatment.
Persona Medical Spa
2311 W. Alabama St.
Houston, TX 77098
Persona Medical Spa has a medically trained staff that has been offering Botox for more than five years. This was Houston’s first medical spa, and it continues to provide beauty treatments that can only be offered in a medical setting, like Botox. While you get your Botox injections here, you can also see about other ways to improve your appearance such as Juvederm for more wrinkle reduction, microdermabrasion, laser hair removal or SmartLipo liposuction. Be aware that you must use a credit card to reserve an appointment for your Botox treatment, and you should call at least 24 hours ahead of your appointment if you must cancel to avoid paying a cancellation fee.
The Skin Renewal Center
1512 W. Alabama St.
Houston, TX 77006
Dr. Patrick McNamara is touted for his soothing manner with patients, and he is the one who administers Botox injections at The Skin Renewal Center. He has had more than a decade of experience providing for the medical cosmetic needs of his patients. You can get Botox injections at The Skin Renewal Center for both cosmetic reasons on your face and to ease excessive sweating under your arms, which is a boon in Houston’s heat and humidity during the summer. If you would like additional pampering at The Skin Renewal Center, you can also get microdermabrasion, facials, waxing, laser hair removal and more.
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Crystal Hessong ia a freelance writer and a lifelong, fourth generation Houstonian. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.