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All of our technicians are licensed and certified, which although not required by Colorado, helps our clients rest assured knowing they are receiving treatment from highly-trained professionals. We look forward to meeting you and helping improve your appearance. 

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We serve clients from all over Colorado in our neighborhood location in the heart of Wheat Ridge - just east of Denver's trendy & chic neighborhoods of Highlands, LoDo, and Berkeley. Our centrally located, full service MedSpa serves the Denver and Denver Metro Area including Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Golden, Arvada, and Westminster.


Common Questions people have about BARELaser's Wheat Ridge Botox services

Read below to find out more about BARELaser Botox serving the Denver and Denver Metro area.  Questions like who makes it, the benefits, downtime & risks.  We also provide links to valuable external resources you can review before your procedure.  At BARELaser we look forward to helping you make a better you!

What is Botox?

It's a  simple, non-surgical procedure for the temporary smoothing of moderate to severe facial lines - known as glabella lines - those  vertical frown lines between the eyebrows. 

Who makes Botox?

Allergan, Inc., a multi-specialty health care company offering a number of leading products, including; Botox, the JUVEDERM family of dermal fillers and the newest addition - Voluma. 

Are there other manufacturers of Botox?

BARELaser only sources and provides our clients with Botox, JUVEDERM & Voluma directly from Allergan, Inc.  We do not source from other countries or manufacturers.


Are there Benefits to Botox?

Absolutely!   The environment in which we all live as well as the time and daily stress take their toll on healthy skin and bodies.  While Botox doesn't stop the skin from aging,  it does return a wonderful rejuvenated appearance to the facial areas where it is applied. 

How does Botox work?

Botox “paralyzes” the injected area so that the muscles used to squint or frown are no longer able to contract.

What does Botox treatment involve?
Botox treatments are typically a very short, ten to fifteen minute procedure conducted using a very fine needle to reduce any discomfort.  Our nurse will work closely with you to determine a program, units and process to help you meet your goals.  Once ready, you may be asked to squint your eyes, frown, and raise your eyebrows while injections with required units are made in the predefined areas .  For dynamic wrinkle treatment, Botox is injected into the muscles around frown lines in the forehead, lips, around the nose, or sides of the chin. The injected Botox paralyzes the muscles that form fine lines and wrinkles. For the hyperhidrosis treatment, many small injections of a slightly diluted Botox solution are made into the area to be treated. Because the solution is slightly diluted, the treatment should spread throughout the area to be treated. This treatment will calm the nerves that overly activate the sweat glands in the underarms.

What areas can be treated?

It is most commonly used to treat wrinkles; commonly called forehead lines, crow’s feet, or frown lines. Botox has also been used to treat hyperhidrosis, or excessive underarm sweating.  Botox temporarily blocks the nerves that activate the sweat glands. 

How long does Botox treatment effect last?

Botox treatments are a very short, ten to fifteen minute procedure.

Does Botox® treatment hurt?

There may be a slight sting when Botox is injected, but there is very little lingering discomfort.

How much does a Botox treatment cost?

Our list prices start at $12/unit for up to 25 units, $10/unit for more than 25 units.  CLICK HERE for our specials!!

Is there any downtime with Botox®?

There is no downtime with Botox. After the procedure, you are able to continue regular activity.

Are there any side effects with Botox?

The most common risks are short term and can include headache, respiratory infection, flu syndrome, forehead and eyelid drooping, and nausea. Less common Botox risks include symptoms that are generally associated with the injection. These Botox risks can include pain, redness, swelling, bruising, bleeding, numbness, and muscle weakness. These symptoms generally subside within a week because Botox only stays in the body temporarily. 

Do NOT use Botox if you... 

  • have an infection where Botox Cosmetic will be injected

  • are allergic to any ingredients in Botox Cosmetic

  • are pregnant or think you're pregnant