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For many patients, their first foray into injectables is usually via anti wrinkle treatments, and with good reason!
A drug that was, for decades used to treat medical conditions in the 1970s such as strabismus (cross eye) the rejuvenating cosmetic properties of the botulinum toxin was almost a fluke when scientists noticed it smoothed the frown lines in injected monkeys.
The face is one of the most mobile parts of our bodies. Humans are perhaps the only species that can engage in body language and related to that, have such variable emotions on our faces. So it makes sense that over time, the same muscles that enable us to indicate if we are happy, sad, angry and so on, will also, like grooves left by tyre tracks on a smooth surface, leave marks on our faces, in the form of wrinkles.
Having wrinkles when we express joy, sadness and anger is not unusual, babies and children do this too, it is only when these wrinkles and lines become imprinted into the skin, that they bother us. At Skin Essentials, we encourage softening movement, rather than freezing entire groups of muscles, which can lead to an odd looking face.
Over time, for those of us with very active, mobile faces, and with age, these repetitive movements leave their mark on our faces, initially mainly when animated and eventually, even at rest.
By the time I see someone, unless they are looking for preventive care, they come in because they get unsolicited comments on their appearance:
At Skin Essentials we stock all 3 popular brands available in Australia but principally use one that we believe yields the least stiff, most natural appearing results and which also has less evidence to suggest building eventual immunity to the drug, with decreased efficacy.
Prices are slightly variable, and as a general rule, they’re based on $15/unit.
Giving You More Options with Medical Grade Skincare As I’ve branched into skincare and injectables, I field many enquiries regularly about skin regimens, if I know any that are worth spending on, evidence-based and what I would recommend. As women, we feel a real pressure in a society that judges us first, by our looks. […]
Dr Imaan Joshi trained at Sydney University and graduated in 2001. Between 2001-2004 she spent 3 years in a rural NSW town, doing much more procedural work than most junior doctors undertake in city hospitals. This led to her passion for surgery and Women’s Health, and she was accepted into a training program to begin […]
LED takes the power of light therapy to the next level to correct even more skin imperfections in one place than ever before. Our specifically formulated treatments use over 4000 LED lights in a combination of red, yellow, green and blue to make an exclusive blend of skin-perfecting light therapy. LED Therapy is your secret […]
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Skin Essentials will reopen the week beginning 11th October 2021.
Per NSW government regulations, only double vaccinated patients will be served when we reopen and we will be checking vaccination certificates for all patients upon booking. This requirement may change as of December 1st, and we will advise you accordingly.
Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text us (0413174654) your vaccination certificate as soon after booking as you can. We will not be able to see anyone for treatments or confirm appointments without this.
In the interest of full disclosure, transparency and patient safety, all patient facing staff will be fully vaccinated by the time of reopening. Please read our reopening FAQ for more information.