Incorporating Botox® and Fillers Into Your Wellness Routine

When you hear about fillers and Botox® injections, you may think that these are just for cosmetic purposes. However, injectables can be quite beneficial for your wellness routine and, they’ll help to maintain your overall happiness and health.

Here at Easton Dermatology, we understand how important your whole-body wellness is, and we believe skincare is a vital component of wellness. Keeping our Salisbury and Easton, Maryland, clients looking and feeling their best is at the core of what we do. That’s why we want to introduce you to the idea of incorporating injectables into your wellness routine.

What a wellness routine is

A wellness routine goes beyond putting lemons in your water and indulging in a spa day. A good wellness routine is more holistic and tailored to what makes you feel good. It should fit your lifestyle and enhance your overall well-being.

Your wellness routine can incorporate things like healthy eating, exercising, mindful thinking, and caring for your body overall.  

The wellness aspects of Botox and fillers

If you’re looking for a more natural skin care product, a filler may be a great option. A common type of filler is made of hyaluronic acid, a substance that your body forms naturally. It works by pulling hydration into your skin, which aids in moisturization, durability, and healing.

Hyaluronic acid is so effective that it’s used in the treatment of wounds, skin ulcers, and burns. Not only do many fillers contain natural ingredients, but they’re also incredibly healing.

More people are turning to injectables

It’s also becoming more and more common for women to incorporate injectables into their wellness routines.

According to The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, there’s been a 22% uptick in Botox injections since 2013. In 2018 alone, 72% of facial plastic surgeons noted an increase of injectables in patients under 30.

What this says about wellness today

This certainly points to an increase in preventative care when it comes to maintaining your youth and overall wellness. More people are using injectables, like Botox and fillers, to keep their skin looking young before it ages (rather than after).

These kinds of proactive measures help to reduce stress you may feel about how you look which, ultimately, impacts your overall well-being. Taking the time to address your appearance today could do wonders for your confidence, peace of mind, and wellness in the long-term.

Incorporate injectables into your wellness routine

Total mind-body wellness begins with taking care of yourself today, and that starts with healthy skin. At Easton Dermatology, we’re dedicated to providing our Delmarva Peninsula clients with the best preventative and interventional skincare available. If you’re ready to incorporate Botox and fillers into your wellness routine, call us to schedule a consultation today.   

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