Aesthetics Guide for the Modern BrideNovember 23, 2022
Featuring The Atlanta Injector - Allie McAllister,NP-C, DCNP!
Can you tell me a little bit about yourself and your business?
The Atlanta Injectors at Lemmon Avenue Atlanta is the leading luxury aesthetic practice in Atlanta committed to helping women feel and look their best. We offer custom botox, filler, and medical skin treatments and are known for delivering natural results.
What are the benefits of Botox? How often should a bride to be get it leading up to the wedding?
Botox helps to smooth wrinkles and fine lines. We ideally see our brides as soon as they’re engaged so we can make a custom plan prior to their big day. Botox takes 2 weeks to fully settle and lasts 3 months. So in a perfect world we would treat 4-5 months prior to your wedding, then again about a month before!
What are the benefits of filler? If a bride is curious how far out should they test it out?
Dermal Fillers are gels made out of hyaluronic acid, which is found naturally in the skin. We use filler to create facial balance. This is all based on your unique facial anatomy, so an in person consultation is a great place to start. Our most common treatments for filler are enhancing jawline sharpness and adding subtle volume to the lips.
Advice for first timers.
Start with an in person consultation. We love to create a customized plan that fits your desires and budget. Give us as much time as possible to make sure you feel your best on your big day.
What is your favorite treatment for future brides and why?
I can’t pick just one! I love when brides focus on skin health, treatments like microneedling stimulate collagen which is the antiaging key! Conservative botox is another treatment that helps brides feel their most confident on their wedding day!
Any tips for wedding prep?
My biggest tip is to remember that this time is a celebration between you and your partner! It’s such a special time and the planning (and opinions) can get overwhelming! For your aesthetic treatments, start early! A rushed timeline adds to stress!