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Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday

Our Treatments

Improving Looks, Changing Lives

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Restore beauty, erase wrinkles, and boost volume with our advanced filler treatments.
Hyaluronic Acid Injection Fillers for Forehead


Our experts skillfully administer Botox to relax dynamic wrinkles caused by facial expressions.
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Pamper your skin with our personalized facials. Our aestheticians revitalize and nourish your skin, targeting specific concerns.
Dermal Filler Injection for Chin


This non-surgical injectable treatment targets stubborn submental fat, commonly known as a double chin.

IV Therapy

Our professionals deliver fluids, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants directly into your bloodstream for cellular nourishment and hydration.


Frequently Asked Questions

Jaw fillers last a year.

We use filler by Prolenium (Revanesse).

We use botox by Allergan.

Restalyne is a low-grade filler and we do not carry it. We only carry Revanesse.

A lip flip is done using botox and it lasts approximately 4 to 6 weeks. Botox is a neurotoxin that relaxes muscles. Since a lip flip is done around the lip, it naturally lifts the tip making it appear slightly taller.

We accept cash, debit, credit and e-transfer. We do not accept Amex.

To get botox, you cannot be breastfeeding at all. You can only get botox once you have stopped breastfeeding completely.

You can get fillers by breastfeeding, as long as the filler used is without Lidocaine.

No, Taissa does not inject botox or fillers if you are pregnant. We are unable to determine if it is safe to do so due to a lack of studies on the subject.

You need to wait 48 hours because the dissolving agent is active for that period.

Botox takes 2 weeks to fully kick in, although you may start seeing results before.

Yes, hyaluronic acid fillers can be dissolved using an enzyme known as hyaluronidase. It speeds up the natural breakdown of the dermal filler.