Are They Right for You?
So, you wake up one morning, look in your mirror and see the
inevitable has happened.
And like millions of other people who have used anti wrinkle
treatments, you consider
using Skin Injectables to improve your appearance
What is A Skin Injectable?
These treatments can be used for people who are just
beginning to show signs of facial aging, but do not
want to use Cosmetic Surgery to enhance their
appearance. A decision not to have Cosmetic Surgery
could also be affected by a cost or time element. And
for these people, the wide selection of Injectables on
the market is preferable to having Cosmetic Surgery.
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The benefits of Injectables include:
i)Being able to have the treatment in 1 or 2 visits –
many treatments are now marketed as ‘lunchtime
appointments’, suggesting that treatment is quick and
ii)The Injectable is normally administered through a
small gauge needle. So discomfort is minimal and no
anaesthetic may be necessary. (However, with some
treatments, a topical anaesthetic may be necessary – it
may all depend on the sensitivity of the area being
treated and what the patient prefers.
iii)Results tend to be fairly instant with minimal
bruising, redness or swelling.
The disadvantages of Injectables include:
i)Having repeat treatment every several months in order
to maintain the visual benefits.
ii)The cost implications of repeated treatments.
Which Type of Injectable is Right For Me?
The Cosmetic Industry Market has many brand names of
these types of Anti Aging treatments available for use.
Generally, they can be separated into 2 types:
A.Line and Wrinkle Correctors.
These are used to smooth fine lines and wrinkles.
These are used to add shape and volume to the face. They can also
be use to restore structure.
I’ve put together a List of
different types of Injectables
and information relating to them.
Remember to always take advice from your Skin Specialist.