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SPRING SALE GOING ON APRIL 8-13 at Infinity Skin Care:

• 15% OFF Products & services*, includes BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dysport® , and Daxxify

• 20% OFF Regularly-priced injectable filler syringes, Kybella®, and Sculptra® vials.

*Sale excludes spot treatments, prescription products, and Aerolase® Neo and Era treatments. 15% may not be applied toward new gift card purchases. Gift cards may not be used toward pre-pays or spring sale specials. Does not apply to already discounted products, packages, or treatments.

BOTOX® Cosmetic Secrets: A Presentation by Dr. Schulz – RSVP Required!

BOTOX® Cosmetic Secrets
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2024 (5:30pm-6:30pm)

Join us to learn our “expert injector” secrets for fabulous BOTOX® Cosmetic results at any age. Meet our national representative and enjoy sips and bites with our staff.

PLUS: Register for your chance to win a BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment (prize drawing valid for attendees only). SPACE IS LIMITED!


Masks Optional at Infinity Skin Care

Masks are now optional for our patients, staff, and providers. If you have an upcoming appointment at Infinity Skin Care and would like your provider to wear a mask during your procedure, please request this at the time of scheduling or ask your provider directly and they will be happy to wear a mask for you. Thank you!

Is it safe to get the COVID-19 VACCINE before or after injectable fillers?

We get asked this question on a daily basis, so we wanted to share Dr. Schulz’s guidance on this commonly-asked question:

“As a physician, I’ve always told my patients that stimulation of their immune system with things like vaccinations, viral illnesses like the cold or flu, or bacterial infections like a bladder infection, can trigger benign and temporary swelling in areas where patients have previously had filler injections. These reactions are harmless and are easily and quickly treated by an experienced physician. When this occurs, it is simply an immune phenomenon, not an allergic reaction.

Because the incidence of swelling has been rare (in addition to being benign) in COVID-19 vaccinated populations, there have been no recommendations made by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery to avoid filler injections in a patient planning to receive or already having received a COVID-19 vaccination.”

As with all vaccines, if you experience side effects you are concerned about, reach out to the appropriate medical professional for assistance. 

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