Glotox in Denver, CO
About Glotox at Atagi Plastic Surgery & Skin Aesthetics
With a combination of the world’s leading non-surgical cosmetic treatment and one of the most powerful chemical peels, you get the glowing results of Glotox! This combo treatment uses Botox® to smooth away crow’s feet, forehead lines, frown lines and other wrinkles, and the VI Peel to brighten and even out skin tone. The result is beautiful, renewed skin with every treatment.
GLOTOX CAN HELP TREAT:
- Acne and acne scarring
- Uneven pigmentation
- Fine lines and wrinkles
We will administer your Botox and VI Peel treatments tailored to your unique needs and goals during the same office visit. Glotox is safe for all skin types and most skin tones, so almost anyone can reap the benefits of this glow-getting dynamic duo!
FAQs: Glotox in Denver, CO
What is the VI Peel?
The VI Peel is a popular, medium-depth peel designed to painlessly lift pigmentation concerns, minimize signs of aging and reveal a brighter, renewed complexion. Featuring a one-of-a-kind formulation, VI Peel can deliver impressive results in as little as seven days.
How does Botox work?
Botox is a tried-and-true injectable treatment that safely and effectively slows the progression of facial wrinkling. FDA-approved to temporarily reduce the muscle activity underlying wrinkles, Botox helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, forehead and between the brows with results lasting anywhere from three to five months depending on the dosage.
How many treatments will I need?
For your best results, we recommend a series of three VI Peels spaced four weeks apart.
Is there any downtime with Glotox?
Glotox requires only minimal downtime. After your treatment, you may notice an orange tint to your skin, which will dissipate on its own. We recommend not scheduling any major obligations following your Glotox treatment. You may experience peeling, so allow at least seven days of healing time.
Am I a good candidate for Glotox?
Glotox is safe for all skin types and most skin tones. However, Glotox is not suitable for patients with the following contraindications:
- Patients who are pregnant or who are breastfeeding.
- Patients who have an aspirin, hydroquinone or phenol allergy.
- Patients who have used oral isotretinoin (Accutane) within the past six months.
- Patients who have active cold sores, warts, open wounds or history of herpes simplex to the area being treated.
- Patients who are undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy within six months.
- Patients with a history of an autoimmune disorder (i.e., Lupus), liver disease or any other condition that may weaken their immune system.