Aesthetic Injectable / Insertion Treatments for Face and Body


Neurotoxins are substances that are toxic to the nervous system, which can disrupt the normal functioning of the nervous system leading to a wide range of symptoms and conditions. Some of the most well-known neurotoxins include lead, mercury, pesticides, certain drugs, and botulinum toxin. Botulinum toxin, also known as Botox, is widely used in medical aesthetics treatment to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. In this blog, we will explore what neurotoxins are, how they work, and their effects on the body, focusing on neurotoxins in medical aesthetics treatment.

What are Neurotoxins?

Neurotoxins are substances that are toxic to the nervous system and can disrupt the normal functioning of the nervous system by interfering with the transmission of nerve impulses. This disruption can lead to many symptoms. Neurotoxins can be found in various sources, including environmental pollutants, food, drugs, and specific medical treatments.

How do Neurotoxins Work?

Neurotoxins work by interfering with the normal functioning of the nervous system in a variety of ways, including:

Dermal Fillers & Collagen Stimulators

Dermal fillers, such as JUVÉDERM®, Restylane®, and Versa® are gel-like substances that are injected underneath the skin to restore lost volume, smooth lines, or enhance facial contours. Using dermal fillers to make changes in the appearance of your skin is becoming much more popular with people having wrinkle treatments, lip enhancement procedures, and other rejuvenating cosmetic surgery. The Dermal Fillers we use at Bella Rose Aesthetics are made from hyaluronic acid, which has the protein properties to attract water molecules and then retains them naturally. This means that when dermal fillers are injected into your skin, they temporarily increase volume where you need it most. Once the product dissipates over time (usually within 1-2 years), your skin will return to its normal state.

Collagen Stimulators actually refers to using hyperdilute formats of Sculptra and Radiesse (two dermal fillers that are not made of hyaluronic acid) and a bovine collagen (i.e. Bellafill) to improve the skin, rather than changing the shape or volume of a face or feature.

Each filler is uniquely formulated to have a certain texture and feel, which means different fillers provide different benefits. The effects can last anywhere between three months and five years (or more), depending on the specific filler used and the area where it is injected.

Aesthetics with Regenerative Medicine  

(*Can be done with Autograft and/or Allograft tissues (i.e. platelet-rich plasma, exosomes, etc.) 

Regen Facial 


Regen Facial (i.e. use of platelet-rich plasma, exosomes, etc.)  can be used to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. During a Regen facial, specifically with an autograft,  blood is drawn, centrifuged (spun down) to separate the plasma and the platelet-rich portion (PRP) that is rich in growth factors from the red blood cells. By microneedling the PRP back into the skin, collagen is stimulated, and new tissue is generated. This process is enhanced with the use of allograft tissues (i.e. exosomes, etc.). 

Blood platelets aid in stopping bleeding and repairing damaged blood vessels and cells in the body. Additionally, platelets contain substances known as growth factors that activate and rejuvenate cells in the body.

The Regen Facial is combined with microneedling, and can be done under the eyes or tear troughs, and is also a very safe and effective procedure to reduce fine lines, dark circles, hollows, and dryness.

Patients often notice an improved appearance of hyperpigmentation and acne scarring along with a more youthful, glowing complexion. The Regen Facial is a minimally invasive treatment performed by a medical professional that improves the appearance of the skin while reducing downtime from traditional forms of rejuvation treatments and procedures. 

Most people will need at least three injections to see the best results depending on the skin condition of concern (i.e. acne, hyperpigmentation, etc.). 

Regen Facelift 


Unlike the Regen microneedling facial, the Regen facelift injects both autograft and/or allograft  with/without a hyaluronic acid filler into the face. 

The Regen allograft or autograft tissue used for the treatment contains numerous growth factors, which can increase cell turnover, collagen production, and elastin for firmer, younger-looking skin.

The procedure can make skin look less wrinkled, firmer, and more elastic.

Most people will need at least three injections to see the best results depending on the skin condition of concern (i.e. acne, hyperpigmentation, etc.). 

Regen Hair Rejuvenation


Regen Hair Rejuvenation therapy for hair loss is a three-step medical treatment in which a person’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp.

Some in the medical community think that Regen autograft and/or allograft injections trigger natural hair growth and maintain it by increasing blood supply to the hair follicle and increasing the thickness of the hair shaft.

Sometimes this approach is combined with other hair loss procedures, supplementations, and/or medications.

Regen Hair Rejuvenation therapy typically consists of three treatments in a 4–6 week period, with maintenance treatments every 4–6 months.

Regen Body Injections


The Regen Body injections is marketed as a nonsurgical form of bodily augmentation, such as the  Regen Breastlift. 

Unlike a traditional breast lift, which relies on incisions, a Regen Breastlift relies on autograft tissue, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), to be injected into the  patient's breasts'/cleavage region to create a somewhat fuller, firmer bust.

The Regen Breastlift treatment is to: 

Most people will need at least three injections to see the best results depending on the amount of growth between treatments.