Enhanced Beauty is a traveling professional medical aesthetic practice that flexibly works to serve you in the comfort of your home, an office or event. Services are also provided at Haus of Color in Bantam, CT where we have a comfortable, private room available. We offer modern, non-surgical dermal injections (Botox, Juvéderm, Restylane and Kybella) for skin enhancement and rejuvenation, and Latisse to grow thicker and longer eyelashes. Consultations are complimentary and can be in the setting of your choice (in-home, an event, or party) for confidentiality and convenience. We provide service for anyone looking to enhance their natural beauty with the use of minimally invasive dermal injectables. Treatments can be as little as $50 for a small botox injection, but will vary depending on the extent of service and type of product used. We also partner with Care Credit so you can finance your purchase. There is a minimum purchase of $200 for travel to your home.
How about a Botox party! If you have a group of at least 4 people, we will travel to the host's home or office for a party of injectables for you and your friends. Discounts are available depending on the size of the party, please contact us for details.
Injectables are a rapidly growing industry. Medical aesthetic procedures are minimally-invasive and performed only by trained medical providers in an array of settings including spas, gyms, salons, doctor's offices and many other locales. There is a continual growth in medical cosmetic procedures every year.
$13 billion was spent last year in medical aesthetic procedures in the United States. $10 billion the year before.
Medical injections were previously viewed as only a luxury among the rich and famous. Now they have become significantly more affordable and acceptable. A youthful look is more attainable than ever. People are now investing themselves in a healthier and younger appearance.
A little about Botox
Botulinum toxin, a naturally purified protein derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, has been researched for ~100 years. Ever since the bacterium was identified in 1895, researchers have been intrigued by its potential therapeutic uses.
The Botox Type A that you are familiar with has been approved since 2002 by the FDA to treat moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines). In 2009 it was approved to treat lines around the eyes (crows feet). Today, Botox has 21 different medical uses (including migraine treatment, cervical dystonia, strabismus, and many more) in over 75 countries. There are many off label uses for Botox as well including forehead wrinkles, eyebrow lift, gummy smile, smokers lines around the lips and many more. Botox has about 2,100 publications in scientific and medical journals, making it one of the most widely researched medicines in the world.