Welcome Nurse Hilary!

Now Offering Injections & Fillers by Medical Aesthetic Nurse Hilary

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Contact hilary@bbeauty.ca

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Botox or Dysport

Anti Wrinkle Injections 

Product Duration 3 months

Appointment Length 30mins

$10 per unit

Facial Slimming

(Masseter Reduction) (TMJ/Teeth Grinding Treatment)

Product Duration 6-9 months

Appointment Length 30mins



(Excessive Armpit Sweating)

Product Duration 4-9 months

Appointment Length 30mins


Lip Enhancements

Product Duration 4-9 months

Appointment Length 45mins

Half $350

Full $500

Dermal Fillers




-Smokers Lines

-Nasolabial Folds

-Marionette Lines


Product Duration 6-18 months

Appointment Length 45mins


$550 (Under Eye) 

Option to upgrade to a thicker product for cheeks , jawline, chin.

Will Last Longer


Deoxycholic Acid

(Permanent Fat Dissolver)

-Submental Area (Double Chin)


– Bra Roll (Back & Front)

Consult Required

2-6 Treatments Needed

Product Duration Permanent

Appointment Length 45mins

$550+  Per Treatment 
(per 2 vials or 4ml)

Dermaplaning Facial

Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that involves removing dead skin cells and peach fuzz using a scalpel blade. It’s a painless treatment that can be done monthly and even be combined with a chemical peel for even better results. Dermaplaning will help your products to penetrate deeper, allow your makeup to go on smoother,  removes built up dead skin cells and peach fuzz. Don’t worry, your hair will not grow thicker, that’s just a myth. The hair on our face is called vellus hair and is different then the hair that grows on our legs!

$99 per treatment 
Packages Available

Medical Grade
Chemical Peel

$130 per Treatment 
Packages Available 

Dermaplaning &
Chemical Peel

$150 per Treatment 
Packages Available 

Inject Consult

15 mins

Follow Up Consult

15 mins

Cosmetic Injection FAQ

Who can administer cosmetic injections?

Only doctors, dentists, registered nurses and registered practical nurses can legally administer cosmetic injections. Injectors should be trained in the art of aesthetic medicine.

What is a neuromodulator and how does it work?

A neuromodulator is a medication that works to stop the contraction of the treated muscle by using small amounts of purified botulinum toxin A. This medication is naturally occurring in the environment and has been harnessed for both cosmetic and medical purposes. There are three common neuromodulators on today’s market; Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport.

What can neuromodulators treat?

Neuromodulators are most commonly used to treat the upper one third of the face including the glabellar region (the 11’s or frown lines), the forehead, and around the eyes for crow’s feet. Neuromodulators can also but used to treat hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), TMJ disorders
and/or bruxism (grinding of the teeth). Neuromodulators can even be used for facial slimming!

What can I expect during a neuromodulator treatment?

Treatment is fast, most patients report that the procedure is relatively painless or report a pinching sensation. Botox is known at the “lunch time treatment” because it has no down time and you can go back to work after a quick treatment without anyone noticing.

When do neuromodulator start to work and how long do they last?

When your neuromodulator starts to take effect depends on the product used, but usually within 36 hours and full effect is seen at 14 days. Treatments lasts on average 3-4 months for wrinkle relaxation in the face and usually 6-8 months for hyperhidrosis treatments (excessive sweating).

What is a dermal filler and how does it work?

Dermal fillers are composed of hyaluronic acid which is sugar that is found in our connective tissues. Dermal fillers work by smoothing wrinkles and adding volume. There are several dermal fillers on the market including Teosyal, Juvederm, and Ravenesse.

What can dermal fillers treat?

Dermal fillers are usually used in the lower two-thirds of the face. Common areas to treat are the cheeks, nasolabial folds, jawline, and lips. As we age, our facial structure changes and we lose volume as a result of shrinking fat pads which result in a forward sagging appearance. Dermal filler can help to add volume back in, soften wrinkles, which lead to a more youthful appearance.

How long do dermal fillers last?

This is dependent on the area being treated and the product used. Some jawline, cheek and chin filler can last up to 18 months. Lip filler can last from 4 months to one year.

What can I do to prepare for cosmetic injections?

Please come with a freshly cleaned face or light makeup. Do not drink alcohol 3 days prior to
treatment and discontinue the use of NSAIDS (Aspirin, Advil, Naproxen etc.) 7 days prior to
treatment. Pineapple or pineapple juice can help to decrease inflammation due to the enzyme, bromelain, and is recommended up to 3 days prior to treatment.

What are the aftercare instructions for cosmetic injections?
 Do not massage or rub the treated area.

 Do not lie down for 3 hours after treatment.

 Do not work out or expose yourself to high heat (shower, sauna, hot tub etc.) for 48 hours post treatment.

 A mild headache can occur after treatment.

 Tylenol can be taken after treatment for pain relief or headache. Do not take NSAIDS (Aspirin, Advil, Naproxen etc.) as it will increase risk for bruising.

 Apply ice to decrease swelling.

 Do not drink alcohol for a few days after treatment as it will increase risk for bruising.

What is Deoxycholic acid (i.e. Belkyra or Kybella) and how does it work?

Deoxycholic acid is an FDA approved treatment to permanently reduce the appearance of moderate-severe submental fullness, also called the “double chin”, in adults. Deoxycholic acid is similar to a digestive acid that is found in our gut and it permanently breaks down fat in the treated area. The treated cells undergo a process called lysis, which permanently dissolves the fat cells and then over the next several weeks, the body disposes of the cellular debris.

Can Deoxycholic acid treat other areas of fat?

Deoxycholic acid is FDA approved for the submental region, but there are off label areas that this procedure can treat such as the abdomen and the bra bulge, where small pockets of fat exist.

What can I expect during a Deoxycholic acid treatment?

The nurse will assess the area and draw out a grid for the injection sites. There is a burning sensation that occurs after the injections, and Lidocaine is added to the product to decrease this sensation. Swelling occurs after the procedure, this is good, as it means the product is working! Swelling usually lasts 3 days, but can last for up to 14 days.

How many treatments will I have to have?

Every person is different, but results are typically seen after 2-3 sessions but up to 6 treatments may be required for some. Sessions should be 4-8 weeks apart.

How long does Deoxycholic acid last?

Once completely treated, the results are permanent unless a substantial amount of weight is gaine

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