Watch What Happens When I Have Botox, Filler, and Vitamins Stamped Into My Skin

As many a story on MyDomaine can attest, my skin has endured numerous new-age beauty treatments in the name of vanity. From lasers to vampire facials and under-eye fillers, I've tried them all with a childlike enthusiasm, and I won't stop until my skin has Jennifer Lopez's youthful glow. Yes, I have set the bar very high, but I like a moving target. When I read that my Byrdie colleague Erin Jahns had recently experienced a new treatment called microinfusion that literally stamps Botox, filler, and vitamins into your face, I knew I had to try it out on my 38-year-old skin.

I was particularly interested in helping lighten dark circles under my eyes (which I'm told it does help) along with the usual anti-aging results such as improving overall skin texture, pore size, and tightness. I reached out to Nancy Samolitis, MD, board-certified dermatologist and co-owner of Facile Dermatology and Boutique, to learn more about microinfusion. Turns out, up to half of our editorial team at Clique see her for their skin too, so I knew I was in good hands.

Before we go into the details, Samolitis tells me that this treatment is best suited to those who have good skin health, meaning they take care of their skin with a solid at-home routine and are strict about daily sun protection. Obviously, I am the perfect candidate—these are the products I use every day. For those with more severe sun damage and deep wrinkles, a more aggressive combination of products and procedures is recommended.

Read on to learn more about this treatment, including videos from my session with Samolitis, and scroll to the end for my microinfusion review.