Injectable and anti-ageing treatments performed by a qualified practitioner

For those who are looking to rejuvenate their appearance, there are plenty of options available. These options range from surgical to non-surgical, each offering a different type of result.

One of the non-surgical options comes in the form of injectable treatments. These include anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers.

Anti-wrinkle injections

Anti-wrinkle injections block the signals between the nerves and the muscles, causing the muscles to relax. They reduce the appearance of lines to produce a look that is both fresh and more youthful. Anti-wrinkle injections are often used to reduce and minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the brow as well as moderate to severe crow’s feet.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers, on the other hand, address another cosmetic concern that is associated with ageing – the loss of volume. Dermal fillers also treat wrinkles on the face. They’re primarily used to treat smile lines, though the fillers can also be used to plump up the lips or cheeks.

Choosing a qualified therapist to administer injectables

Injectable treatments used for anti-ageing purposes can be administered from a number of practitioners. The most important aspect that you should consider with regards to who performs your injectable treatments is whether or not they are sufficiently trained, skilled and experienced.

At Cosmedic and Skin Clinic, our nurses have over 10 years of experience administering injectables at our Gold Coast practice. There are many benefits of choosing Cosmedic and Skin Clinic for your next non-surgical procedure. These include:

Peace of mind

While injectables are proven to be very safe, how they are administered is crucial to both their safety and effectiveness. There are many people out there advertising that they can administer injectable treatments. While we may like to trust this, the truth is that there are also many unqualified people claiming to be able to administer injectable treatments.

When you select a therapist from Cosmedic and Skin Clinic to administer your injectable treatment, you can have peace of mind that they are properly trained to perform the procedure as well as to manage any complications. He/she will also be able to advise you on what procedures will help you achieve your desired results.

Ease into anti-ageing

If you are thinking of methods of anti-ageing, non-surgical treatments can be a great way to ease into this. Anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers offer temporary results, which can give you enough time to evaluate your results and determine whether or not a long-lasting, surgical treatment is best suited for you.

Balanced overall aesthetic

Facelifts are a fantastic way to surgically rejuvenate your appearance and shave some years off. However, facelifts are not effective in fixing quality and texture to help your complexion. This means that if you are looking for an overall rejuvenation of your face, a facelift alone will not give you the desired results.

Coupling your facelift procedure alongside injectable treatments such as dermal fillers to add a little volume can give your face a more holistic rejuvenation. If you are wanting to get a facelift in the not-too-distant future, it only makes sense to get your injectable treatment from the same practice; where they can ensure that the results rendered from your injectable treatment are cohesive and complement the results of your facelift.

Injectable treatments at Cosmedic and Skin Clinic on the Gold Coast

Our nurses have over 10 years’ experience working in our Gold Coast practice and have the knowledge to create a beautiful end result.

Our dermal filler treatment starts at $299 per ml*. The key to a beautiful result is a thorough consultation, during which your dermal therapist can explain what can be achieved and recommend the ideal treatment plan for your concerns. To book your email consultation, get in contact with our friendly team.

 

*Different filler products may vary in price.

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