As we grow older the lines of expression on our face tend to become more prominent. Even under makeup the creases can show through the concealer. Many clients have tried numerous other treatments such as microneedling, peels and facials before resorting to Botox as the last option. The reason why Botox is so popular is because Botulinum Toxin successfully eliminates wrinkles.
When approaching the subject of injectables it is important to ensure that you have guidance from the correct medical practitioner who has plenty of experience with injectables and has worked on their skill for at least a sufficient amount of time. Our practitioners have been conducting Botox for over a decade.
Everyone has their own opinions about whether Botox is a suitable option or not, however, through the years we have learnt that clients and their enquiries are phrased around 3 main points of concern: pricing, discomfort and the end result.
Cost of Botox
It is always important to invest in an experienced injector and therefore the price points vary accordingly. Post consultation the price is devised for you depending on how many areas the Botox shall be administered in.
For patients who have a lower pain threshold or fear the pain of needles, we have the option of applying numbing cream (topical anaesthetic) prior to conducting the treatment. Everyone handles pain differently, however the overall experience is usually described as being much easier than one anticipated.
Botox can take up to 14 days to show results. It is injected on the forehead, around the eyes (crow’s feet) and frown lines. It’s effects typically begin to wear-off within 3-4 months. We also offer a complimentary top up within 2 weeks of the first treatment.