3 Things to Ask Santa For This Christmas

Microneedling, Fillers, Botox, Beverly Hills, CAWhile Santa is making a list and checking it twice, make sure that you don’t forget to ask him for a thing or two. Just because you’re an adult, that doesn’t mean that you can forget about all of your Christmas wishes. From microneedling to Botox let’s take a closer look at a few non-invasive things to ask for.


Microneedling is more popular now than ever. Microneedling or collagen induction therapy works by making hundreds of tiny punctures in the skin using a small needling device. Once the skin has been punctured, your skin’s natural response is to create newer, healthier skin in its place. In addition to helping decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, microneedling can also help with brown spots, pore size, skin texture, and stretch marks.


If you lack volume in your skin or you have some fine lines and wrinkles that you want to fill in, then consider asking Santa for some facial fillers. Fillers are popular amongst our patients because not only do they work but they work right away which may make you want to consider getting them before your first holiday party.


Botox is always a good idea; especially if you’ve never tried it. By softening your fine lines and wrinkles, Botox can help you look younger and more youthful! Plus, Botox lasts around 3-4 months on average which means that you can get a long ride out of this Christmas gift.

These three treatments can help you look and feel younger in no time. To learn more about these and other non-invasive treatments, contact Dr. Pollei at our Laguna Niguel or Beverly Hills office and call us at (310) 556-0119.

Posted in: Dermal Fillers, Microneedling, Non-Surgical Procedures

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